Bear Creek Trail through Four Parks Topo Map

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In 1909, the City and County of Denver began accumulating land in the mountains to protect its water supply. Today, the Denver Mountain Park system consists of thirty-one named parks and sixteen unnamed parks that total about 14,000 acres of mountain and foothills land. The Bear Creek Trail passes through three of these city-owned parks and ends in Lair o’ the Bear, a Jefferson County Open Space park. Your reward comes about halfway through the hike when you savor the fantastic view of Mount Evans from Panorama Point. Your patient canine companion has to wait until the last segment of the hike for his reward—paws planted in a cooling stream and a long, satisfying lap of mountain water. Bring along extra water so that your dog can be well hydrated on this long hike.
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Morrison, Colorado

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