Backpacking Trails Near Westcliffe, CO
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Backpacking Trails Near Westcliffe, CO

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Westcliffe has 16 backpacking trails. These trails range from 7 to 19.4 miles in length. The most popular trails are Lakes of the Clouds, Humboldt Peak and Medano Lake. Trails.com member Angela M. recently completed North Taylor Creek. See all Westcliffe trails.
Best Trails in Westcliffe 16 Results
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High lakes in a broad valley with access to Spread Eagle Peak and Mount Marcy. From the ...
A popular trail to one of Colorado’s easier 14,000-foot peaks with great summit views. ...
An easy trail up an open valley to a high lake and access to Mount Herard in Great Sand ...
A rough road past a high lake to 13,000-foot Hermit Pass, with access to Hermit Peak, ...
A lightly used trail to lakes surrounded by high peaks, with access to Colony Baldy. This ...
A good trail with access to two separate lakes, Tijeras Peak, Milwaukee Peak, Marble Mountain, ...
This trail leads to a small lake with access to Rito Alto Peak, Unnamed 13,524, and Spread ...
A steep and narrow valley up to high lakes surrounded by a steep cirque. From the trailhead, ...
A lesser-used trail to three small lakes. If you want solitude and a fishing hole all ...
A good trail to a large, open upper valley with access to Little Horn Peak, Mount Adams, ...
A lesser-used trail to a high scenic lake in Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve. ...
A longer trail to several very scenic lakes. Parts of the access road barely deserve to ...
A challenging scramble up one of Colorado’s hardest 14,000-foot peaks. Like Crestone Needle, ...
Another very challenging scramble up one of Colorado’s hardest 14,000-foot peaks. Be prepared ...
A long, high traverse, almost classified a technical scramble, to one of Colorado’s hardest ...
Climb these two peaks that commemorate American explorers of the past and present. This ...
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