Browns Creek Trail 1429 is a hiking trail in , Colorado. It is within San Isabel National Forest. It is three miles long and begins at 9,631 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 6.0 miles with a total elevation gain of 1,443 feet.
Browns Creek Trail 1429 Professional Review and Guide
"Dazzling waters shimmer and splash in a multi-stepped curtain of liquid brilliance, while shallow pools—waterfall-fed, yet calm and soothing—tempt the forest bather. Browns Creek flows east through the mighty Sawatch Mountain Range and provides a hidden treasure in this secluded spot just off the trail at “Browns Creek Falls.”
From the trailhead, hike past a large sign with a map and directions for Browns Creek Loop, Fourmile Creek Loop, and Mount Antero. Bear right to stay on the nice trail and avoid the rocky section on the left—both join up ahead at the gate. Reach the gate and close it behind you."
--Susan Joy Paul, Hiking Waterfalls in Colorado (Falcon Guides).
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