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Robert Meadows reviewed Lake Haiyaha
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Beautiful hike! Falls were worth the hike. Saw a moose on the trail. Would definitely recommend!

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Great hike! Loop up to Lake H to Glacier Gorge about 7 miles total. Would do again!

Natasha Stepp reviewed Copeland Falls to Calypso Cascades
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Beautiful trail lots of areas to see falls/cascades/river. Pretty well shaded throughout most of the trail. There were quite a few people out on the trail but it was a weekend and it still didn’t feel over crowded. There was a Ranger at the trailhead to meet us. They had lots of supplies for the junior rangers-my 2 year old loved the badge she received. The trail is also a fairly easy hike. My 2 year old make it 3/4 of the way before she started to peter out-but she was still able to finish it. We will definitely be out again.

Sondra Steiner reviewed Bear Lake Nature Trail
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Took the shuttle in since there was no parking. Super quick getting there. Lots of people but a beautiful, breathtaking walk around the lake.

Sondra Steiner reviewed Alberta Falls Trail
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Super easy trail unless you aren’t use to the altitude. Beautiful waterfall at the top!

Brittany Lowery reviewed Chasm Lake
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We arrived at 0500 and the lot was already full. We parked a little ways down the road which wasn't too bad, but still kind of annoying since we arrived so early. Pretty strenuous incline, but the views at chasm are definitely worth it. Long's peak makes for a great backdrop for the alpine lake. Not really any wildlife on this trail, or a ton of wildflowers if you're looking for that.

Caelin Middleman reviewed Sky Pond via Glacier Gorge Trail
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Did this hike on 7/30/2020. TAKE BUG SPRAY in summer. We arrived at the bear lake parking area at 6:20am and got the third to last parking spot. Must go early. Great to have the bathrooms at the start of the trail. We got going and decided to get our hiking poles out about one mile in. I went on this hike with my fiancé and it was his choice of trail. I did not realize how long and hard it was going to be. This one really pushed me; but I don’t get to hike very often. Loch Vale Lake was a really great point along the way. It was a gorgeous alpine lake. We went on to Glass Lake. You have to legit scramble up a waterfall which was fine going up but a little scary coming back down. It wasn’t slippery - just sort of awkward. We saw squirrels, marmots, fish, and some other little rodent type of animals. The trail is heavily trafficked. Poles were a huge huge help for me. The mosquitos were pretty bad which is weird for Colorado ! This was a hard hike and had us sore for a few days. The views are WORTH IT.

Kristen Theesfeld reviewed East Inlet Trail to Lone Pine Lake
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Love this trail! Few people because of access restrictions. Started early to make it out before afternoon thunderstorms, which is fairly typical. Bit of a stair stepper on the latter part of the trail. Saw a momma and baby moose on the way out.

Colin Erskine reviewed Alluvial Fan East Trail
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HikingGreat!Washed out

since the west side trail is no longer there and the parking lot was full we did this easy east side hike up to the waterfalls.

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This is a great trail for almost anyone. Well worth the time to go another mile past the falls. Great views.

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The trail was in great condition! We hit some rain around 1:30 but the storm went right around us! Highly recommend this hike- beautiful scenery and fairly challenging!

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Maeve Williams reviewed Sky Pond via Glacier Gorge Trail
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Beautiful trail with great views all the way up. The scramble at the top was difficult but well worth it. Make sure you wear good shoes that won’t slide on slippery rocks for the waterfall climb. Would love to do this one again!

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Challenging. Especially coming back down the waterfall. The views were worth it!

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We went all the way to Loch and it was beautiful!

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Erin Wheeler reviewed Sky Pond via Glacier Gorge Trail
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Perfect day for a hike! Views all along the way! Started at 6:15am from the Bear Lake trailhead (Glacier Gorge parking lot was already full) Scrambling up the waterfall near the end of the trail with our kids was a bit tricky, especially coming back down. Other hikers pointed us in the right direction to get from Glass to Sky Pond. (Stay right!) My husband and I had a great swim in sky pond. Cold and refreshing. We didn’t have any wind at the top on the day we hiked. 9.8 miles round trip from Bear Lake trailhead. Don’t forget bug spray and sunscreen. Mosquitos a plenty and sun was intense on the way back down.

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This was the first hike we did on our trip. We came around from the Finch Lake trailhead and made a loop back to the ranger station. Beautiful hike. Falls are massive and lovely, could sit there forever.

Marie Hogan reviewed Alberta Falls Trail
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HikingGreat!

Nice easy hike. LOTS of people. A little close to the road, but we actually saw some elk right next to the road through the trees, so that was nice. Falls are great, lots of big rocks to climb to get closer.

Marie Hogan reviewed Lake Haiyaha
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HikingGreat!

I enjoyed this far more than Emerald Lake. Less people, better view. Wind was intense but that was part of the fun. Easy hike, we did it right after Emerald Lake.

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Stunning views, all around. Challenging hike for a Texan, but definitely doable. The waterfall bit looked scarier than it was, we were lucky to have followed a few folks who showed us generally where to step. After Lake of Glass we almost missed the trail to Sky Pond, someone up there already pointed the way across the rocks. Once you get over the rocks the trail is easier to follow. The wind and cold were insane up top, but well worth it and kind of fun! I would highly recommend waterproof gloves!

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This trail is a must do!! So beautiful, challenging for the last mile as you scramble up a waterfall. You won’t be sorry, worth the effort!

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This lake is awesome! It’s pretty boring getting up to Ypsilon lake but after that it gets interesting (and steep). Getting past the waterfall near the top was a bit of a challenge to figure out the best way up. There were cairns and that was helpful. The lake is an awesome blue color! If you do it after a rain expect to get wet, you go through some dense vegetation and it soaked me, along with the waterfall. Wet feet the entire way back because I didn’t bring extra socks.

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