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Ben Martin reviewed Burro Trail
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Hiking

This trail ends at Spruce Rd/trail, a bit disappointing to get to the ‘end’ and have cars driving up the gravel road. Another couple miles up the road from where this trail ends are supposed to be some good views. Our 10/8/6yr old kids made it, but didn’t have the extra miles up Spruce for (potentially) more rewarding views. The first mile or so along the stream, in the pine forest, is the best part of the trail.

Sanjeev S. reviewed Dirty Bismarck Loop Trail
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Mountain bikingGreat!No shadeRocky

Enjoyed the ride, flowers are in full bloom, and while I started early at 7am, the second half of the ride was relatively crowded compared to the first. Will definitely ride again.

Rachael B. reviewed Dillon Reservoir Loop
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Road biking

Absolutely gorgeous. We rented bikes in Frisco around 8 am and headed counterclockwise around the lake. We turned around in Dillon and went back the way we came to avoid the massive hill on the east side of the reservoir people mentioned. The path has some ups and downs, but nothing too hard, even for me who hasn’t been bike riding in years. There are a few spots where you’re on the highway, but the bike lane is wide and very clearly marked, so it didn’t feel too scary. I’d bike this again any day!

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HikingGreat!Rocky

Although this is one of the easiest 14ers, it is not as busy as most others. I went on a Friday and only saw about ten cars in the lot. The hike was pretty easy and straightforward, except there's a fork in the road towards the beginning that easily could've taken you the wrong way. Luckily someone made an arrow with rocks pointing the right direction. The correct way is to take a right, but going straight would've only been a slight detour as eventually it reconnects to the main trail.

Surprisingly nice hike with rewarding views to the East at the top. Got there around 9 am Saturday and was able to park a short distance down the street. Most hikers were masked and it was not very crowded. Clean, maintained trails, although the part of the trail going to the actual peak is probably unofficial and therefore not maintained.

Jason Risley reviewed Lower Roof of the Rockies
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Hiking

Well maintained trail with excellent views. You can take the Gondola to the top ($30) and just walk down if you want.

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Beth Huxster reviewed Mountain Lion Trail
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HikingGreat!

Went counter clockwise, got to do the uphill in the shade, downhill in the sun. Tracked a little over 7 miles. Everyone wore masks and was very pleasant. Parking was very easy at 7:30am. Barely encountered anyone which was lovely.

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Hiking

Silly mask requirement in the great outdoors ruins an otherwise wonderful experience.

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Mark Ballesteros reviewed Coyote Run Loop Trail
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HikingFeeNo shadeRocky
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Allison Moore reviewed Mountain Lion Trail
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Hiking

Counterclockwise with a 7:45am start time on Saturday was great. Lots of parking left. Not too much people and a great mix of views throughout. Wildflowers and walking near the creek with all the bridges was nice. The lake is a cool little stop with the historic farm houses. Got chased by a few horseflies but overall bugs weren’t bad at all. Good little trail, we enjoyed it! About 3:15 hours to complete at a decent pace. Clocked right around 7 miles.

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Christopher Herr reviewed Lefthand Canyon Trail
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Hiking

Very steep although we were not on the main trail

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Casey Pendarvis reviewed Miller Gulch to Gashouse Gulch Loop
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Hiking

Showed up around 8:15 on a Saturday morning and we were the only car in the lot. Pretty easy trail, think it’s probably only rated as moderate because of the length but there’s not a lot of incline. Super quiet trail. Saw one biker and 3 total hikers besides my husband, dog, and I. Trails are wide so there’s plenty of room for everyone. Some shaded areas and pretty scenery. Was a perfect trail for us to train our rescue pup and was a semi easy hike for my 8 month pregnant self!

Michelle Grabinski reviewed Animas River Trail (675)
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Bike touringNo shade

Disclaimer: A review from two 31 year olds from sea level who actively workout a few times a week but are amateur hikers. But we did this trail on electric cruiser bikes. We rented them from Rollebikes and it was so fun! Check them out. A nice way to see the river and made the slight hills a breeze. I don’t think I would’ve enjoyed the trail as much if we didn’t have the bikes. The bikes were the way to go for this trail. The trail is easy-moderate with slight hills. It’s well marked and paved. It was a nice and quicker way to see the sights without having to walk. There are spots to stop like the science museum and fish hatchery but we didn’t stop at those. Some homeless population in a park along the trail to keep an eye out for. We also went up to Fort Lewis College via College road to see the city from the Mesa overlook but would recommend you either drive up or have electric bikes because it is quite the climb. A nice way to view the town. It took us about 22.5 miles in just under 3 hours with stops for pictures. We brought one bike water bottle which was gone by the end and trail mix. And we ate at Animas Brewing afterwards which was yummy.

Michelle Grabinski reviewed Church Camp Trail
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HikingGreat!Private property

Disclaimer: A review from two 31 year olds from sea level who actively workout a few times a week but are amateur hikers. Church camp is an easier hike with moderate parts from our experience. We did use hiking poles but it isn’t necessary. Small elevation gains (700 ft) to acclimate ourselves to the altitude. We went too far past the waterfall and private property and had to back track. Wear sunscreen because there is little shade on this hike. It took us about 5 miles in just about 3 hours with stops for pictures. We brought trail mix, jerky, protein bars and about 2 liters of water.

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HikingGreat!

Beautiful views. Lots of cattle off to the south, and spotted a coyote. Water ditch empty, but did hike up to lake which was pretty. Lots of bikes on trail this morning.

Michelle Grabinski reviewed Bridal Veil Falls Trail
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HikingGreat!

Disclaimer: A review from two 31 year olds from sea level who actively workout a few times a week but are amateur hikers. Bridal Veil Falls is a moderate hike from our experience. Hiking poles are helpful for the hike but definitely not required. We agree with other reviewers that taking the path through the forest vs the dirt road because of shade and less dust. And then you don’t have to deal with cars driving by and it is way more beautiful. If you go during the dry season like we did, the “hazardous creek” is completely dried up and can be confusing if you are looking for water. It took us about 3.5 miles in just under 3 hours with stops for pictures. We brought trail mix, jerky, protein bars and about 2 liters of water. If you happen to have a 4x4 vehicle, it would be nicer to drive up to the base of the falls and then hike up to the top and Blue Lake. Blue lake is another 5 miles. We ran out of time for that but wish we would’ve done that instead.

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Hiking

Great trail. Made it 3 miles with a 3 and 8 year old.

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Amber Higgins reviewed Alderfer Three Sisters Trail
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Hiking

Beautiful trail! Far amount of hikers and mountain bikers, but not too many. Some places with no shade, but in other areas, trees provide some shade.

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Ryan Junior reviewed Arapaho Bend
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Hiking

Not bad but not great. Good spot after a long drive to pull off the interstate and stretch the legs. Keep in mind it's directly near I-25 so you hear nothing but the traffic. This trail also allows horses so you'll have to avoid the horse poop.

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Cynthia Johnston reviewed Buchanan Pass / Camp Dick Trail
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nice hike but I wish the young people in their 20's would read the sign posted and wear a mask. We encountered several who did not have masks on when we passed them. Frustrating.

Eric Nelson reviewed Black Forest Section 16 Loop
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Hiking

Great hike in the trees. Busy trail on a Saturday but still plenty of space out there. Good idea for a warmer day due to the nice shade.

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Matthew Ratcliff reviewed Waterton Canyon Trail
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Hiking

Overall it’s a nice, straightforward trail. Bias with my 3 stars because I wanted something a lot more challenging and this is a biking and walking trail. The views become amazing around 2mi in

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Dan W. reviewed Turquoise Lake Trail
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Hiking

Excellent

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Brian Althaus reviewed Bear Creek Trail to the Castle
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Hiking

Easy trail. Great for little ones. Very crowded.

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