Longtime Broomfield resident, Ellie McKinley, is one of the earliest proponents of securing acres of dedicated open space in and around Broomfield. The pond named for her is located just south of 10th Ave. in The Field Open Space. ( Bette Erickson / For the Enterprise )To the trailhead: Meet at 10 a.m. Jan. 15 at the George DiCiero City & County building, One DesCombes Drive. Distance: From the City & County building to the 10th Ave. Ellie's Pond monument sign, the walk it two miles out and back.
Rocky Mountain National Park presents over 300 miles of trails and hosted some 4.5-million visitors in 2016. Tread gently throughout its lovely landscape. ( Bette Erickson / For the Enterprise )About this time of the hiking season, many of us are as fit and ready to tackle longer routes as we'll ever be. Following are two of my favorite late-season hikes. Remember: consult a map before heading out and invite a friend or two along.
Kim Touysinhthiphonexay of Broomfield points to an important turn to the right along the St. Mary's Lake and Glacier Trail. The .75-mile route is serious about ascent gaining some 400-vertical feet along an old, deserted cobbled roadbed. ( Bette Erickson / For the Enterprise )To the trailhead: From westbound I-70 take Exit 238 for St Mary's /Alice - Fall River Road. Drive carefully 8.7-miles up winding Fall River Rd. to the large trailhead on the left.
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