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This trail begins at the Camp Rock Trailhead west of Evergreen and leads to Beartrack Lakes. The trail leads into the Mount Evans Wilderness. The trail begins in the forest and travels along a creek, then travels through an old burn area. It enters the forest again before arriving at a beautiful lake nestled at the base of a spectacular rock cliff. The area offers opportunities for camping, fishing, rock climbing, horseback riding and photography. As is true of most trails in the Bear Creek Basin, it is possible to reach other trails off the Beartracks Trail.

Directions: From Evergreen, Travel west on Upper Bear Creek Road for 10 miles to the Mount Evans State Wildlife Area, then go west to the Camp Rock Trailhead. The road in the State Wildlife Area is closed intermittently in the fall for hunting season and from January 1 to June 15.

Elevation: 9,100 feet

Ending Elevation: 11,000 feet

Elevation Gain: 1,900 feet

Usage: Heavy

Difficulty: Moderate

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Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests, Colorado

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