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We are total flatlanders - tried to do Booth Falls but couldn't find anyplace to park - it was jam packed, so we headed 1 mile down the road and hiked Pitkin instead. The first part of the hike is like climbing Jacob's ladder -...More
We did the pitkin trail up to the falls which was about a 2.5 hour round trip if you're in good shape. You can pick up the trailhead at exit 180. The first 30 minutes are really steep but after that, there are several clearings...More
I really enjoyed my trip up past the Pitkin Creek Falls in early October. The morning light on the golden aspen leaves, the alternating meadows and forests, long stretches of trail near the creek, and the relatively few hikers all added up to a first-rate...More