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Booth Creek Trail #2011

  

The Booth Lake trail begins at Booth Creek Road and ends at Booth Lake: The trail climbs up the Booth Creek valley through mostly aspen groves before passing the 60-foot Booth Falls. Beyond the falls the trail winds through conifer forests and meadows filled with wildflowers. Above 10,000 feet the trees thin and the terrain changes offering views of the Gore Range. The last 1/4 mile to Booth Lake is steep and rocky.

* There is a printable Recreation Quicksheet for this trail which is complete with directions, a map, details and other information about this trail. Or to see quicksheets for other recreation areas across the Forest, click on the "Recreation Quicksheets" link in the right column and select the appropriate Ranger District.

At a Glance

Usage: Light
Restrictions: See Eagles Nest Wilderness Regulations
Closest Towns: Vail

General Information

Directions:

Travel east from Vail on I-70 to Exit 180 for East Vail. Exit here and turn left, pass under the interstate and turn left onto the north frontage road.Proceed about 1 mile to Booth Falls Road, turn right and continue up this road to the parking area at the end of the road.


Recreation Map

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Activities


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Location

 
  Area/Length : 
4.8 miles

  Latitude : 
39.650516

  Longitude : 
-106.320889

  Elevation : 
8470 - 11480

 

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Recreation Quicksheets


Hiker on some rocks.

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