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Turquoise Lake nature trail guide

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Published by Leadville Ranger District, San Isabel National Forest, U.S. Forest Service in [Leadville, Colo.] .
Written in English


  • San Isabel National Forest (Agency : U.S.),
  • Nature trails -- Colorado -- Turquoise Lake

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Pagination12 p. :
Number of Pages12
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Open LibraryOL14558754M

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The Turquoise Lake loop is half road ride and half singletrack. It circles a high alpine reservoir with excellent views of the lake and surrounding peaks. The singletrack presents some tricky bits and beginners will need to walk sections. The western part of trail is much more technical than the rest. Turquoise Lake via Granite Creek Trail is a mile out and back trail located near Jackson, Wyoming that features a lake. The trail is only recommended for very experienced adventurers and offers a number of activity options. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash/5(3). Trail Guide Best Trails & Photos. Get the app Turquoise Lake Trail Easy/Intermediate. (12) Park at the dam and hike the Turquoise Lake Trail along the lake to Mayqueen Campground. It's a great trail to acclimatize on due to the minimal elevation gain and nice climbs. Colorado Trail (Turquoise Lake to Halfmoon Creek) Beginning Elevation: 10, Feet ( Meters) Difficulty: Moderate Elevation Gain: 1, Feet ( Meters) or less Ending Elevation: 10, Feet ( Meters) Length, One-way: Miles ( Kilometers) Usage: Heavy This section of the Colorado Trail, section #10, can be accessed in the Turquoise Lake Area.

  Turquoise Lake Trail Description The Goodwin Lake trailhead is relatively popular despite its remote location and the brutal dirt road in for the last mile or so. For the first three miles, as you hike along a forested ridge to Goodwin Lake, you’ll encounter plenty of other hikers making a pleasant and fairly easy hike to that lake. Turquoise Lake Recreation Area, Leadville: Address, Phone Number, Turquoise Lake Recreation Area Reviews: /5 at 12, feet. If you want to have a lot of fun in BV, you need to book a ride with us! $ per adult. More info. 12 Reviews 1 Q&A. Reviews. Write a review. Traveler rating Hiking along Turquoise lake trail. Took the 11 / TripAdvisor reviews.   Turquoise Lake Trails. The new Turquoise Lake Trails (TLT) system will be built by the Cloud City Wheelers, a Lake County non-profit organization comprised of a devoted group of cyclists who saw the need for an organized voice in the of their mission involves trail building and maintenance, as well as promoting new and existing trails as an economic driver in Lake County. To Flathead and Swan Valley locals, Turquoise Lake is regarded as an all-time favorite spot, and for good reason. A little off the beaten path, it is nestled deep within dramatic rocky spires and steep mountain peaks on the western edge of the Mission Mountain Wilderness just across the highway from the Bob Marshall Wilderness. At just over 11 miles of round trip hiking of a.

In addition, they have a great knowledge of the nature and culture of the region around Lake Wörthersee, which makes a hike with our guides a varied and safe trail trip. All costs incurred (guide, overnight and boarding costs) for the mountain guide are included under "Guiding". Extended Trail Travel Documents, Angel´s Service: Professionally. Trail guides are available near the trail heads at Molly Creek Campground with a favorite short walk being the mile Turquoise Lake Nature Trail. The Nature Trail intersects the longer mile Turquoise Lake Trail that travels along the shoreline from the dam to the May Queen Campground. The Turquoise Lake Nature Trail traverses between this and the Silver Dollar campgrounds and loops along the shoreline. Be sure to pick up your trail guide prior to departure to learn about the flora and fauna along this trail. Please follow the links to access the Turquoise Lake Campgrounds map. At a . Directions: From the center of Leadville, head west on 6th Ave. Stay straight on 6th, as it becomes Lake CR 4, for miles to a three way intersection. Take the right fork, which is the continuation of CR 4. Turquoise Lake is along the north side of this road in about a mile, and can be scanned from multiple points along CR 4. Delorme: 47 B6-B7.