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Trail: North Lost Trail #1967
Region: Crystal River Valley
Difficulty: moderate
Description: 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.
Directions: From Carbondale, drive 25 miles south on Hwy 133 to Marble turnoff. Turn left onto County Road 3, and continue 6 miles through Marble and past Beaver Lake for 1.5 miles. From this point, the road is a rugged 4WD - at the top of Daniels Hill, there is a
Map: USGS Marble, Snowmass Mtn.


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