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28 days ago

hiking
2 months ago

Great hike, good scenic views looking down on various glacier lakes. Pretty windy at the top but well worth it. This area looks like a scene from Lord of the Rings...

hiking
3 months ago

Great hike with the dog! A few snow patches, but it was fine, my feet didn't get wet. It was easy to follow all the carines to get to the peak.

hiking
3 months ago

Very nice hike among some very interesting rock formations.

Amazing views!

hiking
5 months ago

awesome hike. Give yourself a lot of time, start early and be cautious of weather. 6.9 miles for the full loop. amazing views. Not the hardest hike at all that I've done but definitely not for those who arent prepared to get in a workout.

hiking
5 months ago

hiking
5 months ago

This was my first peak. Was definitely hard and rocky but I enjoyed the challenge

hiking
5 months ago

I was out exploring the back roads when I came across the north trail head (off Sand Lake Road) and decided to check it out. It was a relatively easy trail with a combination of woods and open spaces early on. I only made it about 5 miles in when it started getting dark, so I didn't get to see any mountain vistas or Sheep Lake. I did see three moose along the trail, which was pretty cool. Thankfully, my puppy did not. Next time I'll try this one from the Brooklyn Lake trail head. The views are probably much more noteworthy.

5 months ago

I love this trail. I think what really makes it hard is the elevation change about halfway up. Bring plenty of water.

hiking
5 months ago

Hiked this last October, started beautiful then Hail and lightening came while I was above tree line, other than that, this hike is beautiful! The trail is clearly marked above tree line as well. ✌

on Laramie Peak

hiking
5 months ago

was more challenging than expected. I would say the last 1/3 of the trail was hard. the first 2/3 was moderate

As said before the first 1.8miles pretty easy if you are use to hiking at altitude. The hill down is hard and of course you have to go back up. That is about .5 miles. Beautiful place. There is also a campground on the opposite side and the trail from that campground is easier but twice as long. 4 miles one way. Also, come through the town of Arlington. Much shorter trip. The map took us through elk mountain which is longer but pretty none the less.

hiking
5 months ago

Great Hike to see the whole range. Very Rocky at times.