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HAY PARK #1957
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Trail: Hay Park #1957
Region: Old Snowmass area
Difficulty: moderate
Description: Hay Park trail starts 1.5 miles up Thomas Lakes trail and ends at Hay Park. It travels through aspens and meadows with occasional patches of spruce and fir. It is an easy hike with water available. You can access Mt. Sopris via this trail with less contact with other users. This trail is popular with mountain bikes, and has access into Capitol Creek, making it a loop trail. Remember, No Bikes in the Wilderness. The Wilderness boundary is just before Thomas Lakes.
Directions: Accessible from Thomas Lakes trailhead (see directions for Thomas Lakes) or from BLM parking lot off Capitol Creek Road (see Capitol Creek).
Map: USGS Capitol Peak


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