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Tabeguache Peak via Jennings Creek is a 7 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Salida, Colorado that features a lake and is only recommended for very experienced adventurers. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from June until October.

Length 7.0 mi Elevation gain 3,750 ft Route type Out & Back

Backpacking

Camping

Hiking

Nature trips

Bird watching

Running

Forest

Lake

River

Views

Wild flowers

Wildlife

Muddy

Over grown

Rocky

Scramble

Off trail

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Genna Nault
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Hiking

wouldn't recommended going this way. go the standard route and do shavano first.

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Alec Landingham
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Hiking

Absolutely amazing trail! It's closer to 8.1-8.2 miles and more loss of elevation than expected. You go up and down about 4-6 points on the saddle from Carbonate to PT 13,940 to Tabeguache. Amazing views through the valley, loose scree to the saddle, a little route finding on the ridgeline, and more effort than I expected. ONLY DOG FRIENDLY if your dog is very experienced and has 15+ 14ers under their belt recommended. Very very easy to run into class 3. The granite rock the entire way is not kind to paws, but luckily his were seasoned so minimal damage. Bring layers, water, food, and plan accordingly. GPS helped, make sure you don't take the old SW ridge route back down after PT 13940 aim for the 13er saddle, hard to route find in the dark.

Brian T.
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Hiking

Jenny trail - After the first mile, Impassable with dog. Rock slide or just large rocks and couldn’t maneuver around them.

Zachary Mokrycki
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Russell Verhey
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Travis Stillson
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Ryan Wood
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David Campos
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Bryan Ward
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Slawomir K.
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Alexander Short
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Melissa Kuhn
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Justin Hildreth
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Joseph Mecha
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