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  1. 3 days ago · The Emerald Lake hike starts from the Bear Lake trailhead, which is located at the end of Bear Lake Road in Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado. Here are the GPS coordinates: 40.312007745083704, -105.64600936235149. You can also use the Google map below to navigate you directly to the parking area, which is a 45 minute drive from the town of ...

  2. 6 days ago · Picture-perfect mountain lakes, rocky peaks, and quaking aspen are scattered throughout the Emerald Lake hike in Rocky Mountain National Park. This popular, 4.1-mile out-and-back is accessible in any season and begins at the Bear Lake Trailhead, one of the busiest areas in the park. The moderately flat trail brings you to the shores of three ...

  3. Jun 24, 2024 · Trail to Dream Lake (but the trail around Dream has snowbanks that must be crossed) Trail to Mills Lake including Alberta Falls Trail from the Mills/Loch junction to the Haiyaha junction: Park Volunteer: Dream Lake to Emerald Lake: June 18: There are still around seven sections of snow and ice that must be crossed.

  4. Jul 1, 2024 · Emerald Lake: Beautiful hike - See 559 traveler reviews, 645 candid photos, and great deals for Rocky Mountain National Park, CO, at Tripadvisor.

  5. Jun 20, 2024 · The shuttles quit running at 7:30. Alltrails.com says the average time to hike Emerald Lake is about an hour and 40 minutes. I would say more realistically it's around 3 hours if you stop for pictures and such. You'll want to keep an eye on the time and on the weather since there are frequently thunderstorms in the afternoons in July.

  6. Jun 25, 2024 · Emerald Lake Trail. Miles: 3.3 miles Elevation Gain: 900 ft. Emerald Lake is the fourth lake from Bear Lake trailhead. This trail was perfect for three rowdy 10 year old boys and a 4 year old. Heading out in late May (still winter up at the park), we navigated quite a bit of snow along this trail.

  7. Jun 29, 2024 · Popular hikes to lakes in Colorado's mountains include Sky Pond, Emerald Lake, and Lake Isabelle, which offer unique challenges and views. Dog-friendly trails to alpine lakes in Colorado include Lake Isabelle, Hanging Lake, and Crater Lake. Colorado is home to some of the most beautiful alpine lakes in the US, which are worth hiking to see.

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