Beaver Lake Trail is a 4.8 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Avon, Colorado that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from June until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Pristine mountain lake in the Holy Cross Wilderness. Begin from the Beaver Creek Village Avon, CO. Beaver Lake located 9746 feet elevation.
Lots of uphill. Rocks, terrain. So green. Water flowing everywhere. Bridges to cross. Lake is very calm and beautiful. Elevation 9700 feet. Feels like 4 miles straight up hill.
Hiked this trail today. No one on the trail. This clocked 6.25 miles out and back from the base of the Centennial Lift. The lake starting to freeze over in some parts, but overall still a beautiful destination.
Good morning hike, in the afternoon the sun setting makes it hard to enjoy the beautiful lake!
Gorgeous Fall day-great hike for seeing the colors.
Must park at beaver creek village public parking. 6 miles round trip from parking to lake uphill whole way. Beautiful aspen field and fall colors. Weaving under ski runs. Nice hike.
75% in the shade. A lot of up, however, along a very nice creek the entire way. Lake is beautiful and worth the effort.
Well maintained trail with mainly forest views. You can keep going past the lake for even better views.
Very well maintained trail, aside from the horse droppings. Lots of water along the way for dogs and wasn't too crowded in the afternoon. The lake is spectacular and well worth the steep climb up!!
Great trail. We did Beaver Lake Trail to Royal Elk. Took the gondola down for a scenic ride. Definitely would do it again!
What a great hike. Definitely a robust climb especially if not acclimated to the altitude. Don't take the Gondala. Do the climb!
Steep climb a little similar to Booth Falls, and very pretty. Lake at the top is beautiful and it looks like camping there would be nice. Far side of the lake where the water feeds in there are some nice falls if you're willing to trek a tiny bit.