Spruce Creek Trail is a 6.2 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Breckenridge, Colorado that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from April until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail.
Directions from Breckenridge: Take Hwy 9 south of town. Turn right into The Crown subdivision at Spruce Creek Road. Follow the main road, taking left turns at most intersections. Look for blue diamonds on the trees while driving through the subdivision. These will help you through the newer intersections that may not be left turns. The 2wd trailhead will be on the left after approximately 1.2 miles. Four wheel drive or high clearance vehicles may continue 1.5 miles to the upper trailhead.
Andrea, do you need show shoes in order to complete this hike?
Nice hike but expect lot of snow and ice come late October
Beautiful all the way to Mohawk lake amd the falls.
Love this trail!! Awesome walk that connects with other trails on top.
Moderate hike, fun & lots of things to look at. Looks beautiful in October with the aspens changing within the pines. Everything all in one place from small lakes, creeks, to waterfalls, small wildlife, and wild mushrooms that I spotted. I even saw trout in the creek! Great views of the mountains & the air feels nice & smells amazing around this time of the season.
Gorgeous hike! It has plenty of shade and water crossings which makes it great for dogs. There is an added bonus in the form of a beautiful waterfall. Don't hesitate to venture to Mohawk lake and/or Mayflower lake, they will not disappoint!
Beautiful hike from the lower parking lot. Which makes the hike a little longer but well worth it!
The trail near the top at continental falls isn't very well marked so we found ourselves bush whacking it a bit, but we made it to lower Mohawk lake, which is beautiful! In the return trip we decided to take the road back to the parking lot. I would recommend staying on the trail, the road is very rocky and exposed to the sun. I doubt it saves any time and not as nice.
Great hike which was not difficult at all.