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The Hankins Pass Trail connects the Goose Creek Trail to the Lake Park, Lizard Rock and Brookside McCurdy Trails. It is located in the southern part of the Lost Creek Wilderness Area.

The Hankins Pass Trail begins at Goose Creek Trailhead and ends at its intersection with the Brookside McCurdy Trail. It is located in the southern section of the Lost Creek Wilderness and provides access with many trails allowing opportunities for loop hikes. This trail offers views of active beaver ponds and access to granite crag formations. The trail is steep in parts with many switchbacks.

Directions: From Lake George, Travel 1.2 miles northwest on US Highway 24, then turn right on County Hwy 77 and travel 13.4 miles northwest to the trailhead and Twin Eagles Campground. This access to Hankins Pass requires hiking approximately 2 miles on the Brookside McCurdy Trail to a fork. At this fork turn right. You'll reach another fork in the trail before you've hiked a mile turn left here. This is the Hankins Pass Trail.

Elevation: 8,200 feet

Ending Elevation: 9,240 feet

Elevation Gain: 1,800 feet

Difficulty: Moderate/Strenuous

 
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Pike and San Isabel National Forests, Colorado


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