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Tasneem D wrote a review 16 Feb
Chicago, Illinois19 contributions2 helpful votes
It was cold, snow covered and quiet . Great place to walk and well marked trail loved the outdoors despite the freezing temps
Date of experience: February 2021
Ken A wrote a review Sep 2020
Saint Louis, Missouri5 contributions
Close to town and not very long. Parking can be a little tricky as there is no lot. You just park along the road, which is curvy and has blind spots. But if you can find parking the hike is worth it. Very good views of Estes Park and Rocky Mtn. National Park.
Date of experience: September 2020
JMH2 wrote a review Aug 2020
27 contributions25 helpful votes
This trail is about 6 miles outside of Estes park, super convenient, but not a lot of parking. I went late in the day and easily got a parking spot. Trails takes about 2 hours.
Date of experience: August 2020
1 Helpful vote
stijntailly wrote a review Apr 2020
Waregem, Belgium312 contributions212 helpful votes
Not technically in Rocky Mountain National Park - this trail is located in Roosevelt National Forest and allows dogs, which is not the case in the National Park - the vista at the end of this trail, however, is that of the park's peaks. Pay good attention to finding the trailhead and its very small parking area. You'll miss it if you blink as it is not clearly marked. We didn't meet many people on this trail, maybe a half dozen or so. It's 1.8 miles uphill to the trail's end and the final climb requires some moderate rock scrambling. Just pick yourself a rock to sit on and enjoy the view.…
Date of experience: October 2019
3 Helpful votes
Deborah M wrote a review Nov 2019
Casa Grande, Arizona90 contributions18 helpful votes
You can slowly stroll around the small lake on an easy trail, or run if so inclined. Or take a more challenging trail on the ridge over looking the lake. it offers nice views and some interesting small animals and birds to take pictures of.
Date of experience: June 2019
1 Helpful vote