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    Trey Mosier added Mount Flora Trail

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    Trey Mosier completed Mount Flora Trail

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    Trey Mosier reviewed North Table Mountain and Rim Rock Loop

    2 months ago

    Nice short hike if you are looking for a quick workout. Good views of Golden and beautiful rolling hills looking back towards the mountains at the top. Veer left at the fork for a longer but more gradual incline to the top. Plenty of bikers so stay alert and move off the trail when they come by. A great weekday evening option.

    Trey Mosier saved Navajo Peak Trail

    3 months ago

    Trey Mosier reviewed Lower Crater Lakes via Rogers Pass Trail

    3 months ago

    Beautiful hike that is not too far from Denver and a great option for a quick overnight camping trip. The dog and I got the trailhead around noon on Friday and found a moderate amount of cars in the lot. The road leading to the trail was also easy to navigate even in my low clearance sedan.
    The hike starts as a gradual incline on a mostly wooded path, but picks up elevation quickly once you turn off for Crater Lakes. The lakes were absolutely stunning, especially at sunrise when the sun just hits the peaks of the surrounding mountains turning them bright orange.
    There weren't too many people on the trail Friday afternoon and only about six groups stayed overnight giving us a decent amount of privacy. Good camping spots were plentiful and we enjoyed sleeping in our little space in between the two lower lakes. However, hiking out Saturday morning, the flood gates opened. Had to hike around a group seemingly every 20 paces or so with plenty of them looking like they were spending the night. Just a fair warning...
    Would highly recommend this hike to anyone looking for a heart thumping day hike or quick overnight trip. Would be a great 2-day trip, hitting Heart Lake on night two. We will be back!