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    Niwot Mountain Summit Route

    Roosevelt National Forest, Colorado
    Elevation Gain934ft
    Trailhead Elevation10,542ft
    Elevation Min/Max10542/11476ft
    Elevation Start/End10542/10542ft

    Niwot Mountain Summit Route

    Niwot Mountain Summit Route is a hiking trail in Boulder County, Colorado. It is within Roosevelt National Forest. It is 1.1 miles long and begins at 10,542 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 2.3 miles with a total elevation gain of 934 feet. Along the trail there is a grassland. The trail ends near Niwot Mountain (elevation 11,473 feet). There is also a cairn near the end of the trail. This trail connects with the following: Little Raven Trail, Usfs Trail 802.
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    "Towering above Brainard Lake, this high ridge can be a fun adventure and offers a grand and unique view of the majestic Indian Peaks and Longs Peak. This climb is best attempted on a calm, warm day because Niwot Ridge and Mountain are often windswept. Always bring extra layers. There are two approaches to Niwot Ridge: a trail from the Jean Lunning Trail on the south side of Long Lake, or the University of Colorado Research Center Road near the Rainbow Lakes end of the Sourdough Trail." Read more

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    Roosevelt National Forest
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    Roosevelt National Forest
    Additional Use
    Boulder Ranger District, Roosevelt National Forest
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    Latitude 40° Boulder-Nederland Trail
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