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    1 week ago
    Great hike along the Continental Divide above treeline. The views are incredible.
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    1 week, 2 days ago
    Great hike. Considering the crowds in the park this trail had very little traffic. It's a fairly easy hike. There are a few places where the views to the east are good and once you get to the lake the mountain views are excellent.
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    1 month ago
    TUES 8/20/19> Starting hiking at 2:15am. about 20 cars there. First 6 miles is a nice hike (about 3000ft gain). Then the fun begins at the Boulderfield! It is real climbing from there. Slow and steady. Watch each foot placement and hand hold. Take your time and enjoy the rest of the way up!
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    1 month, 1 week ago
    Moderate to easy trail, good for family with young kids.
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    1 month, 1 week ago
    It’s very kids friendly trail.
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    2 months ago
    Summited Longs Peak via the Keyhole route on July 20, 2019. Route was in great shape, the trough was snowy in the middle, but easy enough to scramble around to the left side going up. The homestretch was totally clear, except for a few, easy to avoid wet patches. Started hiking at 215AM and got back to the car at 1245 PM!
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    2 months, 1 week ago
    Spectacular hike to Pear Lake, 7/13/19. Only a couple snowfields left that we’re right before Pear Lake and we’re easily navigable w/out snowshoes. Lots of moose tracks, but no moose. We did see a really pretty golden colored Fox w/ black feet at Pear Lake. One thing to note, while it’s totally possible to make this hike from the Allenspark TH, their is no parking lot there anymore. Looks like someone has shut it down to the public, so we left from Finch Lake TH in Wild Basin of RMNP instead.
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    2 months, 4 weeks ago
    Challenging for inexperienced hikers, from the very onset of the hike it is uphill and strenuous. Once you hit the meadow there is a bit of a break from the constant uphill climb, however it does pick back up. After you completely pass the meadow you will reach a fairly large area that has been burned by a forest fire. The final stretch to granite falls is completely uphill with very rocky terrain. The falls were beautiful, that was where my hike ended. It took my wife and I about 2.5 hours there, and about 1.5 back. We stopped occasionally along the way there, didn’t stop on the way back.
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    3 months ago
    Beautiful views and not too difficult of a hike with the grade being not too steep.
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    4 months, 2 weeks ago
    Beautiful views, took my daughter up for her first winter backpacking trip. Snows got deep about the last half mile, probably would have been fine with snow shoes, but we were stuck with boots. Great camp location, quiet, peaceful, and super close to lakes and meadows for day hikes.
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    10 months, 3 weeks ago
    Did this hike on November 1st and even with snow on the ground the hike was pretty easy. Views are worth the 6 mile round trip hike
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    11 months ago
    I have done this hike in the summer, but just did it in mid-October and you should know that the parking lot at the trailhead is already closed for winter which adds and extra two miles RT to the hike. Also, it just took one snowfall to make the trail very icy about 30-50% of the way. Be prepared for winter hiking conditions!
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    11 months, 3 weeks ago
    Beautiful fall colors and the trail was in perfect condition. There is one spot where the trail direction becomes unclear due to rock outcrops, but other hikers showed us the way.
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    11 months, 4 weeks ago
    I'm a photographer and hike this 6 mile loop every fall, and sometimes in the spring also. Here is an uploaded photo gallery from fall 2017: http://tfmorrow.com/photoalbums/RMNP-WildBasin2017/ I just did this loop again a few days ago, and focused on waterfall photography; it will probably take me a few weeks to get those photos uploaded and linked on my website: http://tfmorrow.com/ This is a beautiful trail loop, especially in September. Hiking pace is rather slow because I'm constantly stopping to take photos; waterfall photos take even more time because a tripod is required.
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    12 months ago
    Long, but well worth the effort.
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