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Diamond Peaks Trail

Roosevelt National Forest, Colorado
Distance0.5mi
Elevation Gain670ft
Trailhead Elevation10,279ft
Top10,949ft
Elevation Min/Max10279/10949ft
Elevation Start/End10279/10279ft

Diamond Peaks Trail

Diamond Peaks Trail is a hiking trail in Larimer County, Colorado. It is within Roosevelt National Forest. It is 0.5 miles long and begins at 10,279 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is a mile with a total elevation gain of 670 feet. The Cameron Pass saddle is near the trailhead. There are also restrooms and a parking.
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Fort Collins, CO
Explorer | 30 pts
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6/13/2006
I went to Bockman road, but let me tell you, my little chevy cavalier did NOT make it around the bend to the parking lot after the trail. I drove backwards to the trail, turned around, and feared my oil tank would rip out over the periodical diagnal raises in the road. I also moved many a rock after driving over one and hearing that metal SCREECH! I ended trying to find the trial that my school group had gone on...I knew it was around diamond peaks and at a lake!...and had the time of my life hiking up to Agnes Lake across the highway. I got caught in a hailstorm, hid under the cabin porches, and enjoyed the fresh air and plants when the sun came out.
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Detailed Trail Descriptions from Our Guidebooks

"The Diamonds are prominent peaks on Cameron Pass with summits offering panoramic views of everything from North Park to the Never Summer Range. They can be climbed in a long, scenic traverse from Montgomery Pass or a more direct ascent from Cameron Pass. Summer and fall are much safer times to savor their summits since avalanches frequently scour their summits in the winter." Read more

Trail Information

Roosevelt National Forest
Nearby City
Roosevelt National Forest
Parks
Dog-friendly
Accessibility
Canyon Lakes Ranger District, Roosevelt National Forest
Local Contacts
Trails Illustrated Poudre River & Cameron Pass
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