hiking

views

wild flowers

walking

forest

nature trips

birding

wildlife

trail running

lake

mountain biking

snowshoeing

cross country skiing

kid friendly

dog friendly

river

dogs on leash

horseback riding

camping

backpacking

skiing

fishing

waterfall

off road driving

fly fishing

rock climbing

snowboarding

scenic driving

no dogs

White River National Forest is the most visited national forest in the nation encompassing 2.3 million acres of opportunities. With 11 ski resorts, eight Wilderness areas, 10 mountain peaks over 14,000 feet and 2,500 miles of trails.

Gorgeous hike with small river along side. The end is rewarding.

snowshoeing
4 days ago

The trail was gorgeous after 3-4 feet of fresh snow the week before. The mid-Jan hike was our introduction to Silverthorne and the altitude. The weather was perfect and the views even better for such an accessible little 3.5 mile hike.

snowshoeing
5 days ago

Great tail for a first-timer! Well-packed snow made for a very obvious trail. If we'd felt more adventurous we could have headed up the hill, but we opted to keep it fairly easy this time. Puppy enjoyed it tremendously, too!

The best hike of my life!!! The last quarter mile is tough so pace yourself. Well worth it once you get there. Loved the chipmunks along the boardwalk at the top, they were very entertaining.

fly fishing
11 days ago

good trail.

We went hiking with cleats due to the heavy snow. Path was well kept and the lake, which is usually surrounded by hikers taking photos, was ours to enjoy alone.

Views are amazing

hiking
17 days ago

dogs are currently not allowed and the locals are pretty serious about enforcing

Nice hike but pretty steep

20 days ago

Starts steep. Somewhat long, but can be done in a half day. Beautiful area that many locals even know exists in their back yards. Reservoirs are crystal clear.

on Quandary Peak Trail

23 days ago

Beautiful. Enjoyed immensely because I was prepared and had the right equipment. Shoe spikes, walking poles, warm cloths and water are musts if you want to reduce risk of injury and fully enjoy this trail in the winter.

hiking
23 days ago