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Trail: Lily Lake #1964
Region: Crystal River Valley
Difficulty: moderate
Description: The trail goes through areas of lush vegetation. Large, dense stands of trees make it a beautiful area to hike through, but also provide the opportunity to spot wildlife. Lily Lake trail has three ridges it crosses over which makes it seem longer than it actually is. It is not maintained and can be very difficult to find in places.
Directions: Travel south on Hwy 133 for 17 miles past Carbondale to Redstone. At the north end of Redstone take the 4WD road to the east up past the town's water plant to the East Creek trailhead, approximately a half mile from town. Travel up East Creek a half mil
Map: USGS Redstone, Marble


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