Hiking Trails Near Leadville, CO
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Hiking Trails Near Leadville, CO

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Leadville has 21 hiking trails. These trails range from 0.4 to 20 miles in length. The most popular trails are Mount Elbert - Colorado Highpoint, Mount Elbert and Lake County: Mount Elbert. Trails.com member Joey C. recently completed Lake County: Mount Elbert. See all Leadville trails.
Best Trails in Leadville 21 Results
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Located in central Colorado in the Sawatch Range, about 11 miles southwest of Leadville, ...
In this segment, the CT turns south and stays on a southerly heading for the next 120 ...
Enjoy exceptional views of a famous peak and an equally incredible hole that was once ...
With scant mining history, the Gore Range still retains much of its rugged, wilderness ...
A day hike or backpack from Busk Creek through the hinterlands of the Mount Massive Wilderness. ...
North Tarryall Creek flows from the south banks of 13,000-foot peaks at Boreas Pass, feeding ...
There are two ways to hike to the Tuhare Lakes: you can walk south from the Half Moon/ ...
Mount Huron lies 0.6 miles north of the Continental Divide, at the top of a long ridge ...
Mount Hope’s east ridge is a fun excursion on an overlooked mountain. Scramble on a solid ...
The hike to West Tennessee Lakes follows a broad valley as it gently ascends to the base ...
The hike to Bear Lake ascends the south ridge of Galena Mountain, traveling through lodgepole ...
This short and little-known trail makes a gentle climb into a wild, alpine basin. The ...
A day hike or backpack along the skirts of the mountains. This portion of the Colorado ...
In this segment, there are a couple of almost 1,000-foot climbs and descents; but at the ...
A unique day hike along the Colorado Midland Railroad Route, which passes through Hagerman ...
For all their ruggedness, the Sawatch Mountains were far from impervious to man’s endeavors ...
“Massive” aptly describes Colorado’s second-highest peak, its hulking shape dominating ...
Count ptarmigan and fourteeners — at least eighteen are visible — on this beautiful walk ...
The sound of falling water is always near and alpine wildflowers grow in great profusion ...
Enjoy gorgeous summer wildflowers in the lush meadows on the approach to Searle Pass. ...
Camp Hale, training ground for the famed 10th Mountain Division, forms the backdrop for ...
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