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Hiking & Walking: Colorado > Granby/Grand Lake Area

Quick Facts

North Inlet Trail

Beginning Elevation: 8,440 Feet (2630.9 Meters)
Difficulty: Moderate to Cascade Falls
Difficulty: Difficult to Nanita Lake
Elevation: 12,324 Feet (3841.6 Meters) Flattop Mountain
Elevation: 10,760 Feet (3354.1 Meters) at Lake Nanita
Elevation: 8,800 Feet (2743.1 Meters) at Cascade Falls
Elevation Gain: 360 Feet (112.2 Meters) to Cascade Falls
Length: 3.5 Miles (5.83 Kilometers) to Cascade Falls
Length: 10.5 Miles (17.5 Kilometers) to Flattop Mtn
Length: 11 Miles (18.33 Kilometers) to Lake Nanita
TI Topo Maps: Rocky Mountain National Park, #200

Satellite and Topo Map

General Description

This trail begins near the north side of Grand Lake and leads past Cascade Falls. The hike to the scenic falls leads through forested country. Several miles beyond the falls, the trail branches to Lake Nokoni and Lake Nanita or Flattop Mountain and the Continental Divide. Lake Nanita offers fishing, except in the outlet area. Before fishing, check with the Park Service for license requirements, size and possession limits and other regulations.

Directions from Grand Lake: Go to the Tonahutu/North Inlet Trailhead on the northwest side of town.

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Recreation Opportunities
Activity Remarks On Site
ICON Fishing Lake Nanita offers fishing, except in the outlet area.
ICON Hiking & Walking North Inlet Trail

More Information

Visitor Information:

Grand Lake Area Chamber of Commerce, 928 Grand Avenue , Grand Lake, CO, 80447, Phone: 800-531-1019


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