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    Skylar McCormick reviewed Grandeur Peak Trail from Church Fork

    over 1 year ago

    So from the main road, where you have to park as the gate to the picnic area is still closed, the app we were using to track us said it was 4.5 to the top, so 9 total. I have done grandeur a few times, but even from the road, so I suppose this could be accurate. There was some snow still left at the top, a few places that were extra slick, so micospikes would still be nice to have in your bag to pull out at the end. We did NOT have to go straight up at the top, the "wrap around" was snow free and accessible. Hardly any mud, it really just went from dry to snow, in a matter of feet. Rain/snow is in the forecast for the next few days, so this is all likely to change. I'd love to know someone else's RT mileage from the road as well!

    Skylar McCormick reviewed Ghost Falls

    almost 2 years ago

    Skylar McCormick reviewed Ghost Falls

    almost 2 years ago

    Skylar McCormick reviewed Bells Canyon Trail to Lower Falls

    almost 2 years ago

    Just did this yesterday. It was ICCCCCCYYYYYY. Please be careful. Im an experienced hiker, and busted my BUTT and have a large abrasion on my butt because of it (tore my leggings etc.) This is one of my all time favorite hikes in the area, when its not snowy. If you're doing this one this time of year PLEASE bring spikes/crampons/snow trax for grip. Also, since all trails can NEVER get anything right, we mapped it with our GPS device. It is exactly 5.4 miles RT from the Granite Trailhead.