Sprague Lake Loop Trail Topo Map

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From 1910 to 1940, the Sprague Lake area was used as a resort owned by Abner and Alberta Sprague. Just before the inception of Rocky Mountain National Park in 1915, the Spragues dammed the far end of the lake to make it bigger and create better fishing for guests. Today, this lake is a starting point for a number of trails and offers a half-mile, wheelchair-accessible hike around the lake. We chose this popular area as a perfect introduction to snowshoeing, or those snowshoeing with young ones along. The path follows the shores of the lake with breathtaking views of the Continental Divide, into a quiet and soft landscape of snow-covered pines and iced-over creeks, and finishes through a long corridor of lodgepole pine. It is a popular area, but when compared to its busy neighbor, Bear Lake, it will feel like a nice retreat from the crowds.
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Estes Park, Colorado

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Mar 2018