august 12-14, 2016
The Beaver Meadows trail has two log structures that have been in place since before the area was designated as Wilderness. These shelters are popular with rock climbers and campers, but have fallen into disrepair after decades of neglect.
The Mt. Evans Wilderness descends from it's 14,264' peak through apline tundra and confirous forests and lakes. The closest Wilderness area to any metropolitan area, Mt Evans Wilderness offers an extraordinary escape from the Denver area. | View Trails
A land of fascinating rounded granite domes and knobs, split boulders, rare granite arches, and tree-lined mountain parks, the Lost Creek Wilderness range from 8,000 feet to 12,400 feet and offers stunning vistas of surrounding peaks. | View Trails