Bluebell Mesa is a hiking trail in Boulder County, Colorado. It is 0.4 miles long and begins at 6,155 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 0.9 miles with a total elevation gain of 318 feet.
Bluebell Mesa Professional Review and Guide
"This popular path, both easy to hike and scenic, might be also called "Lover's Loop." It's a wonderful jaunt that begins and ends in the beautiful meadow that sweeps down from the base of the First Flatiron, a trail that attracts hikers ready for a workout, nature lovers and the amorous, who walk hand-in-hand through the wildflowers. Springtime in the meadow brings forth the obvious-a bevy of colorful that rivals any display along the Front Range. Among those flowers you'll find...um...grass, and colorfully dressed couples enjoying both the beauty and the company. Oh yes-there are also great views from the trail of the high plains to the east and the majestic Flatirons to the west."
--Tracy Salcedo, 12 Short Hikes in the Boulder Foothills (Falcon Guides).
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