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Thursday, 20 July 2017 12:28

The 5 Best Places to Hike in Colorado

1. Rattlesnake Arches

Rattlesnake Arches is near Fruita and Grand Junction in the McInnis Canyons National Conservation Area. This jaw-dropping hike reveals scenic canyons, spires, and a cluster of natural arches all in close proximity to the Colorado River. The trail is strenuous at a distance of 14 miles round-trip, or as little as five miles, depending on your route. This adventure is a must, and one that may even rival the Arches National Park.

2. Blue Lakes

Blue Lakes is located in the Mt. Sneffels Wilderness Area in the Uncompahgre National Forest. Being an 8.6-mile round-trip, this is a moderate level hike. With picture perfect views, wildflower-filled meadows, craggy peaks, and a number of dark turquoise lakes, you’re in for a treat. Whether you’re looking for a short hike, some camping or fishing, this trailhead is the perfect mid-summer getaway.

3. Comanche-Venable Loop

Located south of Westcliffe at the Alvarado Campground, the Comanche-Venable loop is a moderately difficult 12-mile trek. It offers a unique way to see the distinctive geography of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. This adventure reveals an old cabin, lakes, gorgeous valley vistas, and multiple mountain hikes, also known as “thirteen” and “fourteeners.”

4. Hell Roaring Trail

Don’t let the name fool you. The Hell Roaring Trail near Aspen located in the White River National Forest will succeed only in bringing you closer to the clouds in the sky. A short 5.4-mile round trip, this is a moderate level hike. This adventure will take you through outstanding views of Mt. Daly and Capitol Peak climbing through alpine meadows to finally reach the Hell Roaring Divide.

5. Lost Lake Trail

Just east of the Indian Peaks Wilderness boundary, there is a short and easy, three to four-mile roundtrip adventure. This is a family-friendly hike that guarantees a grand time. If you’re in search of waterfalls, lakes, wild flowers and breathtaking views, the Lost Lake Trail is for you.

Unfortunately, that brings our list to an end. Colorado is one of the most beautiful states to live in and it has something to offer everyone! If you don’t live here already, be sure to contact Amazing Moves, the best Denver movers for trustworthy, reliable, and meticulous moving services.