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Darby’s Top Reasons to Love This Hike

1. This easy 2 mile (one way) trail can be accessed either from Arapahoe Road or from Valmont Road and goes through an actual working farm. You can continue along north to connecting trail White Rocks Nature Preserve (no dogs), past Valmont, and continue to lower Boulder Creek Conservation Area (where you can view bald eagles, golden eagles, northern harriers, red tail hawks, prairie falcons, belted kingfishers and great blue herons) to East Boulder Trail and terminate at 95th and Gunbarrel,at the Gunbarrel Trail head for a total of 6.15 miles one way.

 

Read more: Teller Farm

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Darby's Favorite Reasons to Love this Hike 

  1. Lost Lake is a very popular short (3.5 miles round trip) but beautiful hike in the Arapaho Wilderness; you can make it a whole day trip or overnight by continuing to Devil's Thumb Trail (5 miles one way), into Indian Peak Wilderness: King Lake/continental divide (5.2 miles one way) Betty Lake (5.5 miles one way) Bob Lake (6 miles ones way), or travel the Woodland Lake Trail (5.7 miles one way).

Read more: Lost Lake-Hessie Trailhead

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 *UPDATE: Trail closed since flood 2013.

Darby’s Favorite Reasons to Love This Hike

  1. Hidden in the small mountain community of Jamestown, north-west of Boulder, this hike isn’t even marked. It is known as CR102J, or James Creek and difficult to find if you don’t know where to look. You’ll enjoy a less crowded hike, compared to all the other Boulder hikes.

Read more: James Creek-CR102J

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