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Hiking & Walking: Colorado > Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests > Boulder Ranger District

Quick Facts

Mt. Audubon Trail

Beginning Elevation: 11,300 Feet (3444 Meters)
Difficulty: Moderate
Elevation Gain: 1,933 Feet (589 Meters)
Ending Elevation: 13,233 Feet (4033 Meters)
Length: 2.0 Miles (3.2 Kilometers) to Mt. Audubon
Recommended Season: Summer to Fall
Trail Number: 913
Usage: Extremely Heavy
USGS Maps: Ward, Allenspark




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General Description

This trail is heavily traveled by a range of users from day hikers to horseback parties. The Mt. Audubon Trail starts at a juncture on the Beaver Creek Trail. The trailhead to the Beaver Creek Trail is in the Mitchell Lake parking lot to the north (your right as you come in). This trail ends at Mt. Audubon (13,233).

Directions from Ward: Take Brainard Lake Road (CR #102) to the Lost Lake Trailhead.

Seasonal Information:
Normally Open: Summer through Fall .



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Recreation Opportunities
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ICON Hiking & Walking Mt. Audubon Trail
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