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Started around 9am. Spent about five hours here on a Sunday in June. Went at least two hours without seeing another person. Great views!

Beautiful sunrise hike! People really start flooding in around 8am, so go early if you prefer empty paths. Parts of this trail were closed for restoration so I ended up doing a slightly bigger loop, about 8.5 mi in all.

Great Trail. Ended up only doing a point to point up to the Falls. 2.4 miles. Challenging elevation changes for a new 60 year old hiker. Will return to and do the loop which consists of clockwise trek on Horsetooth Rock, Soderberg, Spring Creek and Horsetooth Falls trails. (4 miles). That was suggested by a park ranger. Not quite sure where the 3 mile loop is described on this page. Immensely enjoyable hike though.

Beautiful trail. Some steeper parts but my 5 year old was able to do it fine. We got to see lots of rabbits, birds, and deer along the way.