The Front Range is an ideal place for adventurers and especially hikers, because, for some reasons, this part of the Rocky Mountains, with its rugged terrain, does not seem so suitable for other forms of traveling. The proximity to Boulder and Denver provides easy access for hikers in this area, who will find here a picture perfect landscape, with diverse wildlife and vegetation.
There are great hiking options in every direction of the Front Range.
In the Northern part, you will encounter waterfalls along the way to the Indian Peaks and Diamond Lake and you can also follow the trail to Mount Audubon, for a great view of the Rocky Mountain National Park.
In central Front Range, you can climb Mount Bierstadt, follow the Castle Trail, as well as go to Saint Mary’s Glacier for skiing and snowboarding.
As about the Rocky Mountain National Park, you can have a picturesque and challenging hike in the Wild Basin, with the possibility to reach beautiful lakes and enjoy a breathtaking view. The Chasm Lake, the Bear Lake Loop, Nymph, Dream and Emerald Lakes, the Haiyaha Lake the Lotch and the Gem Lake are just a few examples of wonderful places that you can discover when you hike within Rocky Mountain National Park.
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