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North Lost Trail #1967

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A pleasant, well-maintained trail that climbs through conifer and aspen forests to a valley with meadows.


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Map Key

1.8

Miles

2.9

KM

69%

Runnable

10,450' 3,185 m

High

9,105' 2,775 m

Low

1,393' 425 m

Up

48' 15 m

Down

15%

Avg Grade (9°)

27%

Max Grade (15°)

Dogs Unknown

Description

This is a well-maintained trail with a great running surface. Starting at a parking pullout at a creek crossing on the Lead King road, the trail climbs gradually through tall conifer forest, then makes a scrappy detour to get around stream cobbles. After crossing a creek, the trail then climbs through pretty aspen forest and opens up in meadows, then ascends a cool ridgelet feature with streams on either side until it meets the junction with Carbonate Creek/Buckskin Trail #1971 and Arkansas Mountain Trail #1965.

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Shared By:

Trail Run Project Staff with improvements by Drew Thayer

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#6

in Marble

#15003

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#6

in Marble

#1,313

in Colorado

#15,003

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