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    Corbin Sohn reviewed Sandbeach Lake Trail

    21 days ago

    Got a late start on this amazing trail 2 days ago so we were coming back down after dark. Snow still in the trees around 10,000ft but NO traction or snowshoes required, just be cautious of post-holing through. I'd say The last quarter mile or less is snow covered. The lake (and beach) is completely melted and provides an absolutely stunning mountain lake. The rest of the trail is relatively uneventful (still beautiful) with some views of the canyon, rocky outcropings, and alpine woods. Camping by permit only! I'll be returning with a permit ASAP. Enjoy

    Corbin Sohn completed Sandbeach Lake Trail

    21 days ago

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    5 months ago

    Corbin Sohn completed Bear Peak Trail

    5 months ago

    Corbin Sohn saved Granite Peak Trail

    6 months ago

    Corbin Sohn saved Buzzards Roost

    8 months ago

    Corbin Sohn saved Crow Peak Trail

    8 months ago

    Corbin Sohn added Wish List

    8 months ago

    Corbin Sohn saved Willow Creek Trail

    8 months ago

    Corbin Sohn saved Sunday Gulch Trail

    8 months ago

    Corbin Sohn saved Lake Sylvan Trail

    8 months ago

    Corbin Sohn saved Shadow Mountain Trail

    about 1 year ago

    Corbin Sohn completed Sourdough Trail

    about 1 year ago

    Corbin Sohn reviewed Button Rock Preserve: Sleepy Lion Trail

    about 1 year ago

    Good hike, pretty decent views, moderate rating is accurate. You start and end walking a gravel road, not trail, but still worth while. When beginning your hike from the parking lot the trailhead will be MARKED on the left of the road. There is an UNMARKED trailhead on the left while walking up the gravel road which will take you up to a Hall Ranch trail connection, then continues on and connects to the main trail later on. My "5.4 mile hike" turned into closer to 8 miles as I also took the North Shore trail (which was well worth the extra miles) giving better views of the lake and surrounding peaks. The trail is very well maintained and even when no markers are present it's obvious where the path goes. Difficult at times, but worth it. I will likely return but I'm not head over heels for this trail.

    Corbin Sohn saved Blue Lakes Trail

    about 1 year ago

    Corbin Sohn reviewed Rattlesnake Gulch Trail

    over 1 year ago

    Just got back. This is the second time on this trail and its still one of my favorites. Be warned, this trail involves a heavy amount of ascent. The trail is almost exclusively switchbacks with a step grade at times. As others have mentioned, if you can hold out till the end there will be fantastic views which make you forget about the trail up. Today the trail had between 4-6 inches of snow covering some ice. I made it without traction devices but snowshoes or micro-spikes would have made it much easier. Take water, take breaks, and enjoy!

    Corbin Sohn saved Mount Bierstadt Trail

    over 1 year ago

    Corbin Sohn saved Crystal Lake Trail

    over 1 year ago

    Corbin Sohn saved Kelso Mountain

    over 1 year ago

    Corbin Sohn saved Grays Peak Trail

    over 1 year ago

    Corbin Sohn reviewed Hessie Trail

    over 1 year ago

    This hike is worth while but has a few draw backs. The "trail" is almost exclusively a loose rock logging road with only minimal areas of dirt trail. This trail is VERY busy. So much so that there is a shuttle bus for when parking is bad, 2 outhouses, and a friendly ranger writing parking tickets. Lost lake itself is pretty but not the most beautiful of mountain lakes. The changing of the leaves made this hike better than it would have otherwise been, but still worth while.

    Corbin Sohn completed Hessie Trail

    over 1 year ago

    Corbin Sohn reviewed Hessie Trail to Lost Lake Trail

    over 1 year ago

    This hike is worth while but has a few draw backs. The "trail" is almost exclusively a loose rock logging road with only minimal areas of dirt trail. This trail is VERY busy. So much so that there is a shuttle bus for when parking is bad, 2 outhouses, and a friendly ranger writing parking tickets. Lost lake itself is pretty but not the most beautiful of mountain lakes. The changing of the leaves made this hike better than it would have otherwise been, but still worth while.

    Corbin Sohn reviewed Lost Lake Trail

    over 1 year ago

    This hike is worth while but has a few draw backs. The "trail" is almost exclusively a loose rock logging road with only minimal areas of dirt trail. This trail is VERY busy. So much so that there is a shuttle bus for when parking is bad, 2 outhouses, and a friendly ranger writing parking tickets. Lost lake itself is pretty but not the most beautiful of mountain lakes. The changing of the leaves made this hike better than it would have otherwise been, but still worth while.

    Corbin Sohn completed Lost Lake via Hessie Trail

    over 1 year ago

    Corbin Sohn completed Coot Lake Trail

    over 1 year ago

    Corbin Sohn completed Eldorado Canyon Trail

    over 1 year ago

    Corbin Sohn reviewed Rattlesnake Gulch Trail

    over 1 year ago

    The afternoon rainstorm was a bit of a surprise but still led to a great hike. As others have mentioned I highly reccomend the short extra distances to see the railroad and the continental divide overlook. The trail is a steady, moderate slope almost the entire time, but the trail was very well maintained making it an very enjoyable trek.

    Corbin Sohn completed Rattlesnake Gulch Trail

    over 1 year ago

    Corbin Sohn reviewed Big Elk Meadows Trail

    about 2 years ago

    Part of the trail is closed due to flood damage but there is still plenty of awesome trail to be covered! The trail is closed 2 miles after the ACTUAL trailhead (this closure is about 200 yards past the trail that breaks off to the east towards North St. Vrain Lake). Also, the trail as shown on the map is slightly inaccurate. "Johnny Park Road" is an unmaintained dirt road with significant washout. In bad weather without a great vehicle you will have to start where Johnny Park and County Road 47 meet. However, the ACTUAL trailhead is where this road meets Coulson Gulch Trail (at the circle shape trail). I was able to make it most of the way up in in dry weather in a 2 wheel drive Escape (and some fancy driving). Even if conditions prevent you from driving up, you could still park at the bottom and walk the half mile to the top as shown on the AllTrails map. Just know the road and trail are not currently clearly marked until you reach the top of the hill and the true trailhead. Enjoy!!

    Corbin Sohn completed Coulson Gulch Trail

    about 2 years ago