Where to Snowshoe in Colorado: Best Trails of 2020
Ready to break out those snowshoes? It's a cold one in Colorado this weekend, so it's a great time to hike across our beautiful trails.
According to AllTrails.com and based on reviews and photos from its users, the following are the highest-rated snowshoeing trails in the state.
1. Emerald Lake Trail
On this trail, you'll encounter alpine lakes along with stunning views of the rocky peaks...reviewers especially recommend this trip if you're a photographer looking for your next great shot.
2. Royal Arch Trail
This is a more difficult trail, but supposedly features a trip through a gorgeous pine forest and, of course, leads you straight to the Royal Arch.
3. Sky Pond via Glacier Gorge Trail
Reviewers describe this trail as challenging, so don't head out unless you're prepared. However, despite the challenges, Paul G describes it as "epic scenery".
4. Saint Mary's Glacier
Clocking in at 1.9 miles, this trail offers hikers the ability to bring a leashed dog along on the adventure. The trail up is described as "mostly rocks", but offers spectacular views.
5. The Loch Lake Trail
If you're a fan of bird watching, waterfalls, and wildlife, this is the trail for you. Located in Estes Park, the Loch Lake Trail offers breathtaking views of Andrew's Glacier.
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