Reviews (8)Photos (33)Recordings (2)Hope Verro on West Branch Trail2 months agobackpackingLoved it! We branched off to the Rawah Trail and then then Twin Crater Lakes. We went at the end of June and there was still a lot of snow up by Crater lakes. On West Branch Trail you have to cross the river. I really wish I would have had my Tevas!!Ben Stewart on Rawah Trail10 months agohikingTwin craters lakes. Tough hike with pretty severe water crossings but the lakes were worth it. Take a look at my pics and GPX file.Mark Traum on West Branch Trail11 months agocampingMarjorie Fallon on West Branch Trail1 year agoI think this trail and the loop was one of the best trails I've ever hiked. water proof shoes are a must! beautiful scenery, saw a few deer, and breath taking views at the top. do it!Jeff A. on Rawah Trail1 year agofly fishingthe first several miles are pretty steep then it levels out à bit with many miles of stunning alpine lakes stand and summiting opportunities perfect for camping and hiking and the are tons of brookies in the crystal clear streams. there are large trout in the pond and lakesValerie Goren on West Branch Trail2 years agohikingI backpacked a ~20 mile loop that connects the West Branch Trail to the Rawah Trailhead. Highly recommended for the route's excellent scenery, 10+ lakes along the trail, and a good summit about halfway through. This hike can be looped in either direction, and completed in 1-2 nights, or as a long day hike. Begin at the Tunnel Campground at Roosevelt National Forrest just outside of Fort Collins down Poudre Canyon. I attached a link to the trail route.James W on West Branch Trail4 years agohikingMost of the trail is in a valley. Did see some wildlife and few campers. I tried fly fishing some of the alpine lakes at the top, but to no avail. Would like to get back to try some of the connecting trails.Donna Kennedy on Rawah Trail6 years agohikingLost lake was a good day hike! Saw moose and lots of different terrain.