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Trail: Maroon Lake Scenic Trail #2197
Region: Maroon Creek Valley
Difficulty: easy
Description: The trail starts at the Maroon Lake parking area traversing through a meadow to the far end of Maroon Lake and a Forest Service bulletin board. Take the trail to the left. There are several bridges crossing the creek. The trail skirts around an active beaver pond and loops back to Maroon Lake. The trail is not a complete loop around the lake so you will have to turn back the way you came.
Directions: From roundabout, drive 9.5 miles up Maroon Creek Road to Maroon Lake day use parking lot.
Map: USGS Maroon Bells


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