I had an opportunity to take my Uncle for a scenic drive from Longmont up US 36 to Estes Park then down US 34 to Loveland.
The repair work has been extensive and impressive.
Both roads are fully open and have many sections of new fill and fresh pavement. In other areas the edges of the road were compromised enough that shoulders are unsafe and concrete barriers have been put on the fog line.
The flood heavily damaged Lyons at the mouth of the canyon where 36 meets the plains.
But the big damage is 34. Not only is there huge flood damage beyond the canyon mouth, the canyon itself shows massive scouring. Where there used to be shady glades and grassy parklike areas there are now boulder and rockfields. Some buildings are intact but are inaccessible due to bridges being wiped out.
My friend who lived in Glen Haven still can't get to his house. We could drive down to the Glen Haven store site but no farther. (coming in from Estes Park) The road was closed at the connection to US 34. Can't see why but the barrier was very clear.
One of the more amazing sights was a solo bicyclist riding down US 34 which is now a 2-lane no-shoulder road which has snowmelt running from the bases of the concrete barriers and a pretty fair amount of traffic. (shaking my head)