Alluvial Fan Trail is a 0.6 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near Estes Park, Colorado that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and birding and is best used from May until September.
Easy. Nice change up from typical areas in the park.
Absolutely beautiful!! Fun, short hike.
Such a fun little hike, especially if you have little ones. Lots of rocks for them to climb on and loads of possible routes to the falls. At one point my son asked if he was going the right way. I responded by telling him there isn't a wrong way here. Very short and very worth while side trip while in the park.
More of walking over rocks along the falls..kids had a blast..
Short trail leads to a lovely rock formation/waterfall with an interesting history. Definitely worth a stop if you're in the area.
Great for something different - climbing on the rocks great fun and if you go up a bit, not crowded.
Great short hike up to the river, especially for kids. Once you get there, lots of opportunity to scramble around on the rocks and climb up for higher views. Our kids loved playing here and wading in the river.
The trail to the top is extremely short, and we weren't expecting the wonderful spectacle that you see when you get there. Easy for anybody and a must-do if you're anywhere near the Estes park area
We went all the way to the top on the left side of the falls, very steep but well worth the climb. We happened upon 5 big horn sheep and a loner. Great place to hang out for a while.
Be sure to climb up the rocks surrounding the falls. Better views, more challenge, more fun!
Great little hike, quite rocky but a short hike up