Hiking in Breckenridge & Frisco

Hiking the trails of Colorado gives you the opportunity to escape the sounds of the city and focus on the  beauty of the Rocky Mountains.

The three most important rules for Colorado mountain and trail hiking:
Start early because thunderstorms tend to roll in post-lunch, bringing with them lightning, hail and even in the summer months snow.

Bring healthy snacks and plenty of water. Hiking demands energy even the easy trails (remember you are at elevations of over 9,000 feet) stay fueled and hydrated

Wear several layers when mountain and trail hiking in Colorado because mountain weather changes in a flash, can go from an 80-degree sunny day to a snowstorm in a matter of minutes (seriously, pack a hat and gloves) It is easier to take layers off then to be cold, be prepared.


Hiking in Breckenridge & Frisco

Click Below for our recommended Outfitters that includes:

Summit County: Breckenridge, Copper Mountain, Keystone, Silverthorne & Dillon

Vail Valley: Vail, Avon, Beaver Creek, Eagle & Edwards

Grand County: Winter Park, Grand Lake, Granby, Fraser & Kremmling

Aspen Area: Aspen, Snowmass, Glenwood Springs, Basalt & Carbondale

Steamboat & Steamboat Springs

Front Range: Denver, Boulder, Golden & Estes Park

Easy Hikes from Breckenridge:

Hoosier Pass Loop:
Spruce Creek Loop:
Carter Park:
Sawmill Trail:
Burro Trail:

Moderate hikes from Breckenridge:

Black Powder Pass:
Peaks Trail:
Blue Lakes-Monte Cristo Gulch:
McCullough Gulch:
Mohawk Lakes:
Quandary Peak:
Wheeler National Recreation Trail:

Frisco Hikes:

Eccles Pass:
Lily Pad Lake Trail:
Meadow Creek Trail:
Rainbow Lake:
Mount Royal:

Easy Hikes: Hikes near Denver  For more information go to www.dayhikesneardenver.com


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