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    Anne U White Trail

    Boulder County, Colorado
    Distance1.6mi
    Elevation Gain764ft
    Trailhead Elevation6,026ft
    Top6,508ft
    Elevation Min/Max6026/6508ft
    Elevation Start/End6026/6026ft

    Anne U White Trail

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    Iowa City, IA
    Explorer | 40 pts
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    11/18/2017
    Trail closed. Major construction on nearby roads Wagonwheel/Pinto.
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    Brighton, CO
    Pathfinder | 100 pts
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    9/4/2010
    Anne U. White Trail is a great trail for a quick jaunt through the hills.

    The profile for this trail indicates that it is okay for children, but I am not so sure I can endorse that. We took our children (ages 1 and 3), which proved to be a difficult task within the first 5 minutes of the hike. We encountered others that were in a similar situation with kids that appeared to be ~5 years old.

    Overall, a good trail for the novice. There are no technical areas. There are, however, several sections that cross through the riverbed (both wet and dry).

    Parking is extremely limited (only 4 to 5 parking spaces); however, there are folks who parked on the main street.
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    Nederland, CO
    Explorer | 20 pts
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    7/7/2008
    It's ok for a short trail run, but way to short. The directions are actually wrong. Once you turn left at Wagonwheel Gap Rd you want to make your second left, which is Pinto Dr. There is a small parking area at the end of the road and that is the beginning of the trail. It's very short and totally surrounded by private property. There is a little water during wetter times for dogs (leashed only :( alas, no fun for them).
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    Firestone, CO
    Explorer | 50 pts
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    5/17/2007
    Very pretty, easy hike without the crowds. Be careful on the slippery rocks crossing the stream!
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    San Diego, CA
    Explorer | 30 pts
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    7/4/2005
    Very nice trail, both for hiking and trail running. We were in Boulder for only a few days and this one was a great intro and easy to get to. Hope to make it a tradition to hit this every 4th of July!

    By the way, as I was poking around the creek, a deer stepped into the water about 10 yards away. We just stared at each other for a bit and then it ambled off.
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    Boulder County
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    Dog-friendly, Kid-friendly
    Accessibility
    Easy
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