|Indian Peaks Wilderness
|The Indian Peaks Wilderness includes the area from the Rocky
Mountain National Park to Winter Park. It is 76,700 acres in size. There
are 7 peaks over 13,000 feet. There is 35% of it above the timberline of
11,000 feet. It is an area of spectacular scenery. There are 9 valleys on
the east side of the Continental Divide.
|The Megahike is one of the most
scenic hikes in all of Colorado. It
is a 17 mile hike.
|The Rollins Pass Hike on High
Lonesome trail, a Continental
Divide hike. This is King Lake
from the trail.
|Arapaho Glacier hike goes to
view the largest glacier in Indian
|The Blue Lake Hike includes
many lakes. It is located in the
middle valley of three valleys in
the Brainard Lake Recreational
|The Devil's Thumb above Devil's
Thumb Lake on the hike with the
|Diamond Lake Loop Hike is a 13.9
mile loop hike including the
Diamond Lake Trail.
|The Isabelle Glacier Hike went to
Brainard, Long Lake and Isabelle
Lakes then on to the face of the
|The Dorothy Lake hike on
|Isabelle Glacier lake on the
Isabelle Glacier Trail.
|Lake Xanadu hike goes to the
site of an airplane crash
|Middle Diamond Lake hike has
|Twice we tried to hike Shoshoni
Peak. The 2nd time we came
close and the view was fantastic.
|The Caribou Pass hike goes on a
cliff with a spectacular view.
|The Woodland Lake hike takes
you to the Skyscraper Reservoir.
|The Mt Toll hike was stopped
due to high winds. The lake is
|The Diamond Lake Hike includes
spring deep snow as well as this
fall view of Diamond Lake.
|Indian Peak Wilderness from a bird's eye view
|The Pawnee Peak hike had
perfect fall conditions. The fall
colors were at their peak.