September 5, 2015
We'll be continuing general trail maintenance. Work will begin less than 1 mile in, just past the trail head camping area.
September 13-14, 2015
We'll be hiking in (and UP!) to where the Abyss trail is becoming difficult to follow. Downfall removal, corridor, and trail definition work will make the route to Abyss Lake easier to traverse.
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
The 2015 FOMELC Spring Training in Shawnee proved to be another great Friends' event! We were happy to welcome several new members and further expand the training opportunities in the Experiential Hike. Can't wait to get started on another event filled season!