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This short trail is located on the northeast side of Dillon and provides panoramic views of Dillon Reservoir and the surrounding mountain ranges.

The snow melts and the trail dries early making this a good early season trail. The trail travels through sage, and pine and aspen forest. During the early summer you may see wildflowers such as columbine, lupine and mountain larkspur. Panoramic views of the Tenmile Range, Gore Range and Dillon Reservoir.

You have reached the end of the Forest Service maintained trail once you get to the second bench a social trail continues up toward Tenderfoot Mountain.

This trail is not recommended for horse use due to it's short length.

Directions: From Vail, Travel 29 miles east on I-70 to Silverthorne. Turn right in Silverthorne and travel east on US Highway 6 toward Dillon. In Dillon turn left onto Dillon Drive, then take an immediate right onto County Road #51, and continue 1/2 mile. Park at the designated parking area along the gravel road. Walk along the access road for 1/4 mile until you reach the trailhead.

Elevation: 9,280 feet

Ending Elevation: 9,800 feet

Elevation Gain: 520 feet

Usage: Heavy

Difficulty: Easy

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White River National Forest, Colorado

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