Rabbit Ears Peak Topo Map

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The hike to Rabbit Ears Peak, named for its twin rock pillars visible from the highway, begins as a casual walk through a spectacular flowerland. For some hikers, the last 0.25 mile to the “ears” poses a challenge; to others, it’s a fun rock scramble. Either way, the views near the summit are grand. The trail begins on an old jeep road, following an easy grade through what appears to be a carefully orchestrated explosion of colors. Wildflowers of scarlet, pink, yellow, and lavender brighten the field throughout the summer. Locals say they peak in mid-July. However, the flower show during my early-August trek to Rabbit Ears was my summer’s best. A flower guide is useful for such walks, but kids have more fun finding their favorite color, the oddest-shaped, tallest, shortest, best smelling, and so on. Remind your crew to leave the flowers for other hikers and bees to enjoy.
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Steamboat Springs, Colorado

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