Just a bunch of burned & chopped down trees the whole time unfortunately. Just lead to the same peak views you can see from the roads.

The trail was beautiful and completely dry. The Ten Mile was roaring and it could be heard the entire hike, which was wonderful. Although this hike indicates that it is kid friendly, I would really take caution with that recommendation as the trail is mostly up hill and very rocky. My girls ages 9 and 5 did the hike, but they are very experienced child hikers. I wouldn’t do this with kids who don’t have their hiking legs under them.

hiking
muddy
3 days ago

Nice hike! Varying scenery. Gradual uphill on out and gradual downhill on back. Would go again when it dries out! Maybe two weeks from the time completed (5/23/20)

Beautiful trail, but it's a fairly steep and constant incline for the first mile and a half. I turned around once I got high enough to hit significant snow.

hiking
3 days ago

Excellent trail with beautiful views. We have two Westies and they were able to complete it no problem.

hiking
muddy
snow
3 days ago

This trail was a great easy/moderate hike with okay views but a nice forest scenery. There were a few patches of snow and a janky log crossing over a river but other than that a very enjoyable hike. It took us about 2.5 hours to complete and was more like 7 miles out and back.

Trail was covered in snow about 2.5 miles in on 5/30. Didn't want to posthole the last couple miles so I turned around and did lily pad lake

hiking
icy
muddy
snow
5 days ago

90% covered in hard pack snow. Not too difficult in the morning but started to get soft around noon. Once you reach the cabins it is all soft snow and difficult without snowshoes.

This trail is still mostly covered in snow. Some is well packed but there is also a lot of post holing in many spots especially towards the cabins.

Short and easy. Some mud after a few miles. Snow at 3 miles but manageable. Gore trail probably not usable yet for hiking. As of May 28th still early.

Would love to spend my 10 hr. break there to commune with nature. Does anyone know if I'd be able to park my semi-truck with a 53' trailer?

hiking
8 days ago

Great spot off the highway, lots of fishermen. Not a true trail around the lake. Please pick up a piece of trash if you can, there is quite a bit around this area.

snowshoeing
muddy
off trail
snow
8 days ago

Gorgeous hike and great weather! First half of the loop is clear of most of the snow except for a few small patches. It's very muddy but you can take it all the way back to the mountains and get that stunning view without any real difficulty. If you don't have snowshoes this is where I'd say turn back. The second half of the trail is still deep under snow and I would not suggest traversing it without snowshoes. The trail is also a bit hard to follow under all that snow. My friends and I ended up taking a pretty precarious path right next to the lake until we realized the path was above us. Getting through the snow took us the longest but the hike was finished after about 1:45-2hrs with plenty of photo ops. Overall a beautiful hike!

hiking
muddy
snow
8 days ago

Beautiful hike. Snow up towards the last mile or so of the trail, otherwise just some muddy spots along the way.

hiking
8 days ago

Love this quick hike in Frisco. Brought our 4 kids aged 12-5. Able to get to the lake easily and hiked on beyond for another 30-40 minutes. Some spots muddy but overall excellent condition.

hiking
8 days ago

good easy trail but not good enough to do again

Tried this morning, snow on the trail started right when the trail splits off the Mt. Royal trail. Got through the switchbacks to the ridge of Victoria and ran into an ice wall. Didn’t try to go any further and turned around. Can’t wait to try in a few weeks.

hiking
muddy
9 days ago

hiking
icy
snow
9 days ago

running
rocky
11 days ago

hiking
muddy
snow
11 days ago

This trail is easy/moderate and follows North Ten Mile Creek all the way to Gore Range Trail where it ends. The Gore Range Trail is impassable south of Ten Mile Trail due to snow and the swelling creek. The entire NTMC trail is doable without snow shoes or micro spikes, however, waterproof boots are suggested. There is potential for post holing in a few spots but you should be ok if you follow others footsteps. There’s a somewhat sketchy log bridge that’s passable for humans but dogs may have a hard time with it. Overall, NTMC is a nice, easy trail along the water and is shaded about half the time.

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