North Ten Mile Creek Trail is a 6.6 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near Frisco, Colorado that features a lake and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail.
Good for easy hiking and snowshoeing. Hiking in canyons carved thousands of years ago. Snow caped mountains.Can see Wichita mountain and Chief mountain.
Got engaged here so pretty much one of my favorite hikes :)
Nice, easy, relaxing hike which follows a creek. Beautiful day mid October, some snow on earth but warm. Magnificent light.
We did our hike on October 6th with a couple inches of snow. This hike is long but the elevation is spread out. There is a waterfall to the left before you hit the sign for the Gore Range Trail. We went about a half mile up on the Gore Range and had some amazing views for a bit more elevation. This hike is not extremely well marked, but there is enough foot traffic to figure it out.
Good trail would like to come back soon!
Gorgoes fall day, super easy hike up then fairly flat but the light was amazing.
Wonderful trail. As noted in earlier reviews, there is no single big payoff for hiking. It is just a lovely and peaceful trail.
Exceeded my expectations for such an easily accessible trail. Had a blast hanging out with friends on the banks of the river before continuing on to open meadows.
Very beautiful scenery. The trail inclines at first then flattens. the trail follows the creek closely and allows for many beautiful resting spots. I will rate this trail easy/moderate because of the initial incline.
Good hike overall! The first mile and a half or so is uphill and then isn't as bad after that. Nice sections through open meadows and others through the woods. A stream is always nearby. My Fitbit says: 3 hours 2 minutes, 7.19 miles, 15,494 steps, 1,211 calories, 84 "flights of stairs".