The trail was so hard to find! We walked up past some of the camp grounds and stumbled upon it. And it is not marked or well kept so we got lost and went off the trail a few times. Thankfully I was able to use the map on this to see if our GPS location showed us on the trail still, or which direction we needed to go. This is the only way we knew we had found the trail in the first place. Very pretty, and moderate trail, my little-hiking-experience friend and pup did great on it though. There were I think 4 little lakes on the hike, lots of pines and the weather was perfect today. Very low trafficked, I guess today was the end of hunting season so if you go during this season wear something colorful. The drive up to the parking lot is gorgeous right now with all the aspen changing color! Really really bumpy so you can’t bring a low clearance car up here.

The first 2 lakes are beautiful. However, agree with Amanda Miller. We spent lots of times wandering looking for a trail. We found one finally that took us from Summit Lake to the first lake. The app was horrible on a cell phone. Anyway, we did get lost. Thanks goodness for Google Maps and a phone that did not die. Of a 5-6 hour "hike", we spent about 2 hours on trails. I would go again but study a map on the website with the satellite and compare with Google Maps. May not ever use Alltrails again because of this. Made it sound like a simple, well marked trail. Trailhead for this hike is not even marked at parking areas.

hiking
24 days ago

The hike is beautiful but the road up is gnarly. VERY ROCKY, rutted and unless you have an SUV, truck, or very high clearance, it's stressful. Looks us 1.5 hours to drive up from Steamboat - so just a warning. Otherwise, a lovely hike. I would have given it 4 stars, except for the drive.

Tried to hike this trail, but it’s not marked, was very difficult to find, and wasn’t well used. We abandoned the attempt because we worried about getting lost. I recommend the nearby Wyoming trail instead.

hiking
2 months ago

Just a ATV trail to a nice overlook.

hiking
11 months ago

3rd Time on the Hare Trail (#1199 Routt County). Six inches of snow the day before, so trail was wet/muddy in spots. Three miles in the trail intersects the 1101 (Wyoming Trail). From here turn right about 1/4 mile to where the views open up to spectacular sights south and east of the Sawtooth Range (Mt. Zirkel, Big & Little Agnes) . Would have given 5 starts but the trail is also has ATV access and ran into several bow hunters.

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