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Ptarmigan Peak Wilderness

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Exercice Plus!

This is a fairly easy area to hike but it can take a long time depending on how much you want to... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Boystowtraveler
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Chciago
Great Hike

We had a great hike and were able to complete the trail. It took about 6 hours but was worth the... read more

Reviewed 17 July 2017
Larry B
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Hutchinson
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Located along the south slope of the Williams Fork Mountains, this wilderness area covers more than 13,000 acres with an elevation range from 8,800 feet to 12,800 feet.
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1 week ago
“Exercice Plus!”
17 Jul 2017
“Great Hike”
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Dillon, CO
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Reviewed 1 week ago

This is a fairly easy area to hike but it can take a long time depending on how much you want to do. The views are fantastic and great to get away from the noise of the freeways. Best to go when the weather is...More

Thank Boystowtraveler
Reviewed 17 July 2017

We had a great hike and were able to complete the trail. It took about 6 hours but was worth the time and effort. Beautiful views.

Thank Larry B
Reviewed 31 March 2017

The reason I love this place is because it is close to town and it is a little hidden gem in Summit county, because it isn't one of the most known areas, most people don't go here,. But the hikes and biking are wonderful with...More

Thank suzieFortCollins
Reviewed 7 September 2016

This is a great place to hike, but since it is a wilderness area, dogs need to stay on leash (and there are many places that you can hike that allow dogs off leash, so if you have dogs, I wouldn't go here)

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