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    Member Since October 2016

    Todd Ickes

    Conifer, Colorado 

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    Todd Ickes reviewed Beartracks Lake Trail

    12 months ago

    Did this today - it was fun but tough (I’m an avid hunter, fisherman and backpacker) - this is a challenging hike. And FYI as others have stated this is about 12 miles if you go to the lake. The loop is 10 miles plus about a mile in and out from the lake back to the loop = 12 miles. The lower (southern side of loop) is much more challenging in my opinion than the Beaver Meadows trail. This is not a day hike in my opinion and certainly not young kid/family friendly. Plan for an overnight or two and enjoy this lake...it’s gorgeous!

    Todd Ickes completed Beartracks Lake Trail

    12 months ago

    Todd Ickes saved Wheeler Lake

    12 months ago

    Todd Ickes saved Forest Lakes Trail

    12 months ago

    Todd Ickes saved Slater Lake Hike

    12 months ago

    Todd Ickes saved Herman Gulch Trail

    12 months ago

    Todd Ickes saved Gibson Lake Trail

    12 months ago

    Todd Ickes saved Lake Naylor

    12 months ago

    Todd Ickes saved Shelf Lake Trail

    12 months ago

    Todd Ickes saved Diamond Lake Trail

    12 months ago

    Todd Ickes saved Rainbow Lakes Trail

    about 1 year ago

    Todd Ickes saved Beartracks Lake Trail

    about 1 year ago

    Todd Ickes saved Dude's Fishing Hole

    about 1 year ago

    Todd Ickes reviewed Hassell Lake

    about 2 years ago

    I'm sure this lake is gorgeous but the snow is still probably 4-5' deep once you get within a 1/4 mile of the lake. The trail was impossible to find and I kept falling through the snow to my waist.

    Todd Ickes completed Hassell Lake

    about 2 years ago

    Todd Ickes reviewed Crater Lakes Trail

    about 2 years ago

    I hiked this yesterday with my 2 year old son on my back. I'm in good shape and gave it my best effort but the snow was just too deep in the last quarter mile. I had my gps and was on the trail but kept sinking in up to my waist. We had to turn back less than 1000 feet from the lakes. Snowshoes, gaiters and trekking poles are a must. It will be July (at least) before the snow is melted enough to see the trail.