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This trail leads from the Laramie River Valley, past the Rawah Lakes and over Grassy Pass. It links to several other trails in the Rawah Wilderness.

The trail follows Rawah Creek from the floor of the Laramie River Valley, past the Rawah Lakes, and over Grassy Pass to its junction with the West Branch Trail along the Laramie River. Visitors may directly access the Camp Lake Trail, the McIntyre Lake Trail, the North Fork Trail and the Link Trail from the Rawah Trail. In the lower elevations, the trail climbs through lodgepole pine, which gradually gives way to spruce and fir at the higher elevations. The section of the trail between Rawah Lake #2 and the south side of Grassy Pass is all above tree line.

Where the trail leaves the trailhead, it proceeds along an easement through private property. Please do not trespass.

The trail is popular with horsemen and hikers in the summer months, and is utilized by hunters in the fall. In late spring and early summer, sections of the trail may be boggy.

Directions: From Fort Collins, Travel west on Highway 14 about 71 miles then travel north on County Road 103, 6 miles to the trailhead.

Elevation: 8,400 feet

Usage: Moderate

Difficulty: Moderate

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