Trails Near Sleepy Cat Peak - Rio Blanco County, CO

Coordinate

Latitude: 40.12748
Longitude: -107.53367

Nearest City
Hamilton, CO (14.1 miles away)

Sleepy Cat Peak, a summit located in Rio Blanco County, Colorado. Topo map of lat 40.1275 and long -107.5337. Topo maps, latitude and longitude coordinates, and address for Sleepy Cat Peak.


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    This trail leads to a classic “Lake in the Woods,” formed in a basin beneath the 600–1,000-foot cliffs of the Chinese Wall at the very top of the Flat Tops. While the Carhart Trail (T…

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  • Skinny Fish and McGinnis Lakes
    This relatively easy hike will take you to two gorgeous lakes in the Flat Tops Wilderness Area. The lakes are beautifully situated below the Flat Tops on the west side of the picturesqu…

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  • Wall Lake Loop Trail
    This epic loop is nestled in the Flat Tops Wilderness Area, the second largest wilderness area in the state. Highlighting the unique Flat Tops landscape is an enormous plateau that was …

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