Bluebird Lake

Allenspark, Colorado 80510

Bluebird Lake

Bluebird Lake Professional Review and Guide

"Isolated as it is in the southeastern corner of Rocky Mountain National Park, Wild Basin seems almost to be a private reserve for hikers. There are no paved roads here and no visitors centers-only pristine alpine lakes, rushing waterfalls, and about 30 miles of foot trails.

In 1974 the Park Service proposed that Wild Basin be included as part of a new Enos Mills Wilderness Area. Congress still has not acted on their recommendations, but to their credit they are already managing the area as if it were a designated wilderness."

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"Ouzels, chickadees, bluebirds—it’s a wonder that Wild Basin was not named Bird Basin."

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Trail Information

Nearby City
2,930 feet
Elevation Gain
Trail Type
Skill Level
2 days
Late summer. There is usually snow on the trail from mid-November until mid-July.
Rocky Mountain National Park
Local Contacts
Allens Park, Isolation Peak (USGS)
Local Maps

Activity Feed

Oct 2018