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Tenderfoot Mountain is a 2.6 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near Silverthorne, Colorado that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from June until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail.

Length 2.6 mi Elevation gain 574 ft Route type Out & Back

Dog friendly

Kid friendly

Hiking

Nature trips

Walking

Bird watching

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Forest

Views

Wild flowers

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Megan Barone
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If easy and flat with a great view of a mountain/lake is what you’re looking for then this is perfect. Not a strenuous hike and was just really nice on an October day.

Becky Jones
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Did this one with my 4 year old and she did great! Lots of good views and she liked the benches!

Theresa Knutson
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Would rate this trail as moderate, but I am a flatlander. Great views. A couple of strategically placed benches.

Margot C
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Lizzie Bartholomew
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Hiking

pleasant hike, pretty easy and good views in some spots

Rachel Cain
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Great!

We walked up 51 from Dillon and then did the 2 miles hike. It was pleasant and afforded nice views of the Dillon Res.

connor hill
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very fun hike

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Chad Slagle
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HikingGreat!

A nice, easy hike with some great views of the lake. Mature trees on the back side of the mountain, both aspens and fir. It connects to some other trails if you are looking for a little more adventure.

Kelly Gamache
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We were able to enjoy this trail with our 3 year old. It was easy hike that doesn't leave you stressed when taking a toddler out for a hike.

Angelia Meyer
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Hiking

Lovely views all throughout. Wonderful easy hike.

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Emily Taugner
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Hiking

Nice easy access from Dillon, but you can hear the highway most of the time. Lots of other trails to explore off of it.

Caroline Foyle
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No snow, great trail. Not too busy.

Dave Ratner
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Hiking

Oro Grande Trail up the Jeep road to the relay tower

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Cindy B.
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Hiking

No snow, great views. Fairly crowded, but hikers and bikers respectful of physical distancing.

Beatrice Lawson
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Hiking

Nice short trail! No snow!

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Mellisa M.
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Hiking

Good dry hike for this early season. No snow. Steady incline was good for early season. Several bikes and other hikers for a week day though. Everyone respectful of space. Most dogs were on leash or under control. Would like another bench just to enjoy views.

Tamara Barron
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Perfect trail for early May hiking. Virtually no snow on the trail. Several other late afternoon hiking groups, but everyone was good about stepping aside to provide distance.

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Amy Sides
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Hiking

A good trail for a quick workout, a mellow incline the whole way, single track trail style.

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Tom Bever
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Pretty dry hike snow has melted out

Alexandra Spencer
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Taylor Lebo
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Brooke Campos
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The trail was beautiful, a bit muddy in places as it’s been warmer the past few days but overall great conditions.

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Joel Brown
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Great views of Lake Dillon and the Ten Mile Range

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Brie Mu
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It's our second trail in colorado and our first in snow. We did it without traction. We followed the footsteps on the snow and found that area to be semi packed. As we got closer to the top of this trail, we kept sinking in to the snow. Beautiful views throughout. Mostly unshaded. Could hear car noise at the beginning. Uncomfortable footing.

Erin Hervey
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Started this but turned around because of mud. Beautiful day though!

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Jeff Glasheen
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Very snowy weekend. No one else on trail all Saturday morning. Snow shoes needed. Relatively poorly marked but able to follow using all trails app. Due to blowing snow and no markers I don’t think we would have followed trail at all without the app. Fantastic views of the lake. Car noise for 1st quarter of hike. Not a lot of parking. Overall recommend as easy hike close to the city.

Alexander Woods
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