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Dierks Bentley Shares Gorgeous Photos While Hitting ‘Seven Peaks’ on a Hike

by Halle Ames
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Country music star Dierks Bentley posted a collage of photos on Twitter showing off his trip to Colorado for some hiking with friends. 

Dierks Bentley posted four photos to his Twitter showing off his beautiful hike.

The first picture is a selfie with himself and three other men. They hold up the number seven on their fingers while each wears sunglasses and a hat. In the background, mountain tops are also seen for miles. 

The second picture shows Bentley smiling and holding up a piece of paper. The mountains are still seen in the background but are blurred out. 

The third photo is of Bentley, again, trying to maneuver down the mountain’s side on the snow with ski poles in both hands. On both sides of the narrow snow passage are rocks. A man is seen father back, but he decides to take the rock trail instead. 

In the final picture, a jar containing paper and pens rests in between the rocks. In the background of the photo, the beautiful mountains are still seen. 

Bentley posted the photo today at noon. As of this publishing, it has received 13 retweets, one quote tweet, ten comments, as well as 263 likes. Bentley has more than 2.6 million followers on Twitter, so that number is sure to rise. 

In addition, he captioned the post, “Little walk around town yesterday. Hit 7 peaks with the post morning school drop off crew. Need to hit the 7 peaks at @SevenPeaksFest next year. #7summits.”

Bentley’s Seven Peaks Festival

According to the bio, the Seven Peaks Festival is “Dierks Bentley’s mountain getaway & Colorado’s coolest country music experience. #TheMountainsAreCalling.”

The pinned tweet for the page explains that due to the pandemic, the Labor Day Weekend festival was canceled. 

The 44-year-old music star is an avid hiker with another post on October 6, showing himself and wife, Cassie hugging on a mountain top again in Colorado.