Greyrock Trail, Roosevelt National Forest Topo Map

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It might be a stretch to call the Greyrock Trail an easy day hike, but it’s not a stretch to call it a classic Fort Collins–area hike. Start at the Poudre River and ascend a mountain to a meadow and skirt the base of this granite massif before descending a verdant gulch. The Greyrock Trail is both challenging and satisfying. Come prepared for a good half-day outing so that you don’t end up calling Larimer County Search and Rescue as so many others have. Bring plenty of water (there is no potable water at the trailhead), a sun hat (the meadow trail is exposed), and make sure you are fit enough to hike 1,500 to 2,000 vertical feet. Also, make sure you can identify poison ivy. That said, this is one of the best hikes in the region by just about any standard.
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Bellvue, Colorado

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