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CO | Hike | Beautiful Hidden Mountain Lake Above Boulder

We'll be heading high up into the mountains above Boulder for an incredibly scenic hike ending at a secluded mountain lake! The trails isn't too long, but it does get pretty rocky and steep towards the top. The trail runs along a fast-moving river with a few waterfalls which are awesome places to stop on the way up!

Once we're at the top, we can take a break from the climb and get out feet in the lake! It is usually really cold, but it definitely feels nice to jump in on a hot day. There is a nice meandering trail around the like full of all kinds of wildflowers!

The hike will probably take around 3 hours if we stop at the top to hang out at the lake. If we keep a good pace it could be about 2 hours.

Nearest City: Boulder
Maximum Participants: 3
Seasonal Availability:
Dry-Season Only
Winter Only
Year-Round
Very Limited
State: Colorado
Start Time: 8am
Meet-up Location: We'll meet in Boulder at the Starbucks on Broadway and Baseline before we head out to the trail!
Difficulty:
Easy
Intermediate
Hard
Extreme
Duration:
1-2 Hours
2-4 Hours
4+ Hours
Minimum age of Participants:
No Children
0-5 Years
6-12 Years
13+ Years
About Me: Originally from Northern Illinois, I spent the majority of my childhood & college years in the woods, kayaking, cliff jumping, and going on countless outdoor adventures. I took my passion for life and movement to the city of Denver where I coach group fitness, yoga, & strength training full time. I help my clients find balance through fitness, nature & mindfulness and I believe with a combination of all three, you can live your life to the fullness. With my flexible schedule, you can find me in the mountains at least 2 times a week. From Nederland to Colorado Springs, I will go anywhere the mountains are, The drive is half the adventure! Come move your body & soak up the mountain air with me!
Certifications I Have: CPR, Lifeguard
Provided Gear: Binoculars, extra bars and some water
Required Gear: Proper closed-toe footwear. Preferably hiking boots!
Nice-To-Have Gear: Definitely a bathing suit! The water is quite cold.