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Lillia Grupe reviewed Four Pass Loop
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Hiking

Completed CCW 7/20-7/22. My first backpacking trip ever and probably my favorite hike to date! Could not recommend more.

Joe . reviewed Cathedral Lake Trail
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Hiking

Hike was very fun and worth it. Lots of fun stuff to see on the way. Mostly a stable incline until near the end when you’ll hit some pretty tough switchbacks. Luckily they are not very long. The lake itself was average, and a little underwhelming. But given that the entire hike was a blast, this is a 5star.

Joe . reviewed Crater Lake Trail
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Hiking

Fun but busy. Trail is a bit rocky. Good views at the start and finish but the middle is a bit slow. Best part was renting the electric bike to get there and back.

Blaine Cremers reviewed Quandary Peak Trail
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Hiking

First half of trail through the woods steady incline nice trail, after tree line it gets rocky and steep, then it gets super rocky and steep. I think we “quit” a million times on the way up lol we kept telling ourselves that the views were good enough and the peak was way too far but then after a short break we would go a little further and so glad we hung in there and made it to the actual top! Take lots of breaks, wear gloves, layers - it’s cold up there, trekking poles helped so much, I had on trail runner shoes but I think next time I’ll bring my hiking boots for more ankle support. It was our first 14er and we took our time. Started at 4 am , peak at 9:30, back down by 2. Also the way down wasn’t as daunting as I had imagined but was definitely thankful for the poles! Keep going, make it to the top! Oh and camped by blue lakes the night before was an absolutely fabulous and beautiful choice was also cool camping there the night after our hike to gain perspective of the peak!

Sarah Thornton reviewed Turquoise Lakes Trail
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Hiking

Gorgeous trail on a gorgeous day! Even saw a moose swimming across Beaver Lake. Bring your lunch to eat at Turquoise Lake—I had it all to myself! Recommend starting early as the smoke rolls in from the nearby fires in the afternoon.

Michal Lee reviewed Quandary Peak Trail
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HikingGreat!

This was a wonderful hike. We started hiking around 5:30 a.m. and reached the peak 5 hours 14 minutes later. Our group was very slow and took lots of breaks. We ate our lunch at the summit and then headed down for another 3 hours and 10 minute hike. Although there were a lot of people here, there was a lot of room to spread out and hike for a good bit without passing anyone up or down.

David Denisi reviewed Boreas Pass Road
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Good trail for stock SUVs and city people who want to get out. There was plenty of room and no real issues during mid August. I did it in a stock 4Runner. You can do it in a 2-wheel drive vehicle but I would not recommend it.

Denali Sperl reviewed Quandary Peak Trail
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Hiking

Nice but very crowded 14er! I started around 7am and ended just before noon. I would probably start earlier next time to avoid the later crowds.

Jessica Losey reviewed Lake Charles Trail
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HikingBugsRocky

This hike was beautiful!!! It definitely was longer than 8 miles... it’s was about 5.5 miles up and 5.5 down! We left at 11:20 am, hung at the lake for about an hour and half and then back down by 5 pm. Not very many people on the trail at all... few groups camping up top. This hike was easier the first 3 miles and then it got a bit tough for me with the incline, but I made it and it was SO worth it. Huge lake beautiful views! Enjoy!!!! I FORGOT TO MENTION THE ROAD TO YEOMAN IS CLOSED UNTIL MIDDLE OF SEPTEMBER. We drove around past sylvan...

Brady Schiff reviewed Quandary Peak Trail
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HikingGreat!

Great hike, got there at 7:45. Barely found a spot. Very long! Pack lots of lots of water!

Chris Danielson reviewed Peaks Trail via Breckenridge
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Mountain bikingGreat!

Went from Breck to Frisco on a mountain bike. I’m not a super experienced rider so first 2 miles or so I hopped off and had to walk with some parts being rocky and steep. After that was awesome

Glenn Fallucca reviewed Quandary Peak Trail
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HikingGreat!Rocky

The trail was great and while the trail head itself has a laughably small parking lot, there does seem to several other parking options available nearby(including the road itself). I hiked on Thursday morning, starting around 5 am. The round trip took 5 hours and the weather was great. I saw probably 100-150 people total on the trail. While I seemed to be one of the only people wearing a mask, everybody was courteous and moved to the side of the trail to distance The only reason I give it 4 stars instead of 5, is that so much of the trail is loose rock. No real issues with that, I myself just don't enjoy walking on that type of trail for such an extended period of time Either way, great fun, and well worth the effort! :)

Tyler Petersen reviewed Quandary Peak Trail
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Hiking

One of the easier 14ers but not easy. Last 1 mile gains 1 thousand plus ft. Parking is tough so get there early, arrived at 5 and got a spot

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Ryan Whiteside reviewed Lost Lake Trail
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Hiking

BORING! A few views and a very uninteresting lake.

christine fox reviewed Quandary Peak Trail
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Hiking

Wear a damn face covering PLEASE

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Amy Dal Bello reviewed Quandary Peak Trail
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HikingGreat!Rocky

Hiked Quandary Peak this morning. Arrived at the trailhead around 5:45 am and parked right next to the trailhead on the road. It’s a 3.5 mile hike up which doesn’t seem like much BUT it’s a hard climb. The first 1.5 miles are nice trails with a steady slow climb. The next half mile gets rockier and the last 1.5 miles are rocky and steep. I hiked Pikes Peak 3 days before this and I thought this was tougher due to the quicker change in elevation. *Wear sunscreen and chapstick. It is very windy and the sun was bright. Once you are above the tree line you are out in the open. *I recommend wearing a hat. I was glad I had one on today. *Once above the tree line you are out in the open......no place to make “winkles” (restroom) if you have to go. *Bring snacks and lots of water. *I had a packable down jacket in my backpack and I put it on half way up the climb. I would recommend light weight pants. A lot of people had on shorts....it’s COLD at the top. *Wear good hiking shoes/boots. The climb down is hard. I slipped twice and landed on my rear end. *Trail was crowded. Proper etiquette is to allow hikers going up the right away. When I was coming down most people were happy to let me through as they wanted a break going uphill. *Took me 3 hours to summit and 2.5 to get down. I went slow going down, it is very rocky and steep. *Everyone was very nice and supportive on the hike. Very friendly hikers today. *We did get a few rain sprinkles on us the last mile down to the trailhead. (Thankfully we were in the trees) *Views are AMAZING!

Josh Sutton reviewed Crater Lake Trail
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HikingFee

All Trails needs to be updated so that trails that require a reservation are marked as such. This trail does not just require a fee to take a shuttle (as noted in the description). It actually requires you to make a reservation to take the shuttle. Do not go here without making a reservation days or weeks ahead of time.

Chandler George reviewed Boreas Pass Road
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OHV/Off Road Driving

Great , done many times

Scott P. reviewed Crater Lake Trail
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HikingRocky

We arrived at Maroon Bells thinking our hiking would be limited because we brought our dog. Found Crater Lake trail open to dogs & a doable length. It said it was 1.4 miles but seemed a lot longer. The trail is very rocky. Most of it was up & when we finally saw Crater Lake it was more like a puddle. We turned back without even going down. A difficult decent with all the rocks.

Tanner Havens reviewed Quandary Peak Trail
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Hiking

So many trees! No valet parking!?!?

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Angela Durkac reviewed Mount Sopris Trail
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Hiking

A little confusing near the top so just make sure you’re staying on the right path. I went different ways a couple times and added miles.

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Madeleine Buxton reviewed Quandary Peak Trail
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Hiking

Awesome hike! Got to the trailhead at 6:15 and snagged one of the last spots in the overflow lot. We didn’t think there was any scrambling - as in hands never needed to touch the ground. Hiking poles highly recommended, your knees will thank you. The rocky section for the last 1.5 miles is pretty brutal, especially on the way down. Gorgeous views and definitely worth the difficult climb. Rain/sleet for about 20 minutes around 11am so always a good idea to get there early.

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Kristen Patrick reviewed Quandary Peak Trail
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Hiking

Fantastic hike! Gorgeous all the way to the top. Fair warning, not much coverage to dip off the trail to use the bathroom so don't go too crazy on the water! We started at 0615 and ended just before noon. Quite a few people there at this time, but there's a lot of room at the top!

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Tim Porter reviewed Half Moon Trail
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Jonathan Rose reviewed Half Moon Trail
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Jonathan Rose reviewed Half Moon Trail
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Dave Shenton reviewed Weller Lake Trail
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Did this today to help get me acclimated before some bigger hiking. What a nice hike. Family friendly, but as you approach the lake, you are greeted with a pile of dead trees. To get better views, you should keep going just slightly to the left and then scramble over some good sized rocks down to the lake. Fantastic view from there. I have hiking shoes with a good grip, but if you are in flip flops, I wouldn't try it. I also wouldn't be caught dead hiking in flip flops, but that's another story.

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