North Lost #1967

  

This hike starts in aspens and soon turns into a pine/spruce forest with numerous meadows of wildflowers. There are nice views of the Raggeds to the south and high peaks to the north. It ends at the junction with the Arkansas Mountain trail. From here you can take the left fork to Carbonate Creek trail, or take the right fork to the Silver Creek Pass trail which also has magnificent views.

At a Glance

Permit Info: Each party overnighting in the MaroonBells-Snowmass Wilderness is required to self-register at the Trailhead and to carry a copy of the registrationwith them during their visit. There is no fee charged and no limit to the number of permits issued.
Usage: Light
Restrictions: North Lost Trail is within the Maroon Bell-Snowmass Wilderness, please educate yourself about Wilderness Ethics and rules.* DOGS MUST BE LEASHED out of consideration for both other people and wildlife.
Closest Towns: Marble

General Information

Directions: Travel south on Hwy 133 25 miles from Carbondale. Turn left on County Road 3 into the town of Marble. Travel past Beaver Lake on the 4WD road. One mile beyond the lake, take road #315 to the left of the stream crossing. Park at the trailhead.

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Location

 
  Area/Length : 
2.0 miles

  Latitude : 
39.077438

  Longitude : 
-107.146

  Elevation : 
9000 - 11000

 

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