Located near Centura Health in Avon right off of I-70. An innovative natural science learning campus for residents and visitors of the Eagle Valley. Free and open to the public.

318 Walking Mountains Lane, Avon, CO 81620

Located at the top of the Eagle Bahn Gondola on Vail Mountain out of Lionshead Village, Vail. All visitors must have a pass to ride the gondola. Free and open to the public with valid gondola pass.
Nestled along Gore Creek near the Betty Ford Alpine Garden and Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater in Vail Village.
601 Vail Valley Drive, Vail, CO 81657

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¡Las mejores caminatas de otoño!

Posted by Eagle Valley Outdoor Movement on Oct 6, 2020 2:01:08 PM
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Vail-Hiking-Walking-Mountains-Science-Center-Hikes_WEB-300x300No es ningún secreto que Vail es mejor conocido por su temporada de invierno, pero el otoño en el valle de Eagle puede ser su mayor competencia. A medida que las calles atareadas se vacían, solo tenemos unos pocos meses para apreciar una temporada media más tranquila mientras nos preparamos para los días de nieve. Ya sea que usted sea un visitante o un residente a largo plazo, la transición al otoño es algo digno de verse. Si está interesado o interesada en las mañanas frescas y el follaje dorado, ¡tenemos las caminatas para usted!

  1. El sendero East Lake Creek - Nivel de dificultad: moderado, sendero del servicio forestal #1880

Este sendero es una caminata de otoño favorita para muchos. Una subida constante a través de un bosque frondoso con álamos o árboles aspen y rodales de pinos lodgepole, esta caminata es una para la que querrás tener tu cámara lista. Aproximadamente 2 millas adentro, llegará a un cruce de arroyo que ofrece un gran lugar de descanso o un punto de retorno.

2. El sendero del norte - Nivel de dificultad: Fácil a intermedio, sendero del servicio forestal #1896

Este sendero multidisciplinario ofrece a los usuarios una variedad de opciones recreativas y vistas impresionantes. En una caminata por aquí, espere pasar por ciclistas, personas trotando y personas caminando con sus mascotas disfrutando del sendero y deteniéndose de vez en cuando para admirar el paisaje. Mientras recorre los álamos relucientes, no se olvide de mirar hacia Vail: el estallido del amarillo contra las pistas de esquí verdes crea un hermoso contraste.

3. El sendero de Beaver Lake - Nivel de dificultad: moderado, sendero del servicio forestal #2109

Este sendero bien mantenido sigue a lo largo de Beaver Creek con muchas oportunidades para disfrutar de los álamos en sus colores de otoño. Continúe hacia arriba para viajar a través de exuberantes bosques de coníferas hacia la línea límite de Holy Cross Wilderness y, finalmente, ¡el lago de Beaver Lake!

4. El sendero Upper Piney - Nivel de dificultad: moderado, sendero del servicio forestal #1885

Este sendero comienza en el lago Piney Lake y continúa subiendo a través de prados abiertos antes de ingresar al bosque. Con excelentes lugares para descansar, comer almuerzo y miradores, este sendero es perfecto para aquellos que buscan una excursión de otoño suave. Varias arboledas de álamos se alinean en los senderos y revelan brillantes estallidos de amarillo a medida que avanza hacia el lago.

 

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It’s no secret that Vail is best known for its winter season, but autumn in the Eagle Valley may be its competitive runner up. As busy streets become empty, we’re given just a few short months to appreciate a quieter shoulder season as we gear up for future powder days. Whether you’re an incoming visitor or a long-term resident, the transition to fall is a sight to be seen. If you’re interested in brisk mornings and golden foliage, we’ve got the hikes for you!

1. East Lake Creek Trail – Forest Service Trail #1880

This trail is a favorite fall hike for many. A steady climb through lush aspen forests and lodgepole pine stands, this hike is one you’ll want your camera ready for. About 2 miles in, you’ll come to a creek crossing offering a great rest spot or turnaround point!

2. The North Trail - Forest Service Trail #1896

This multidisciplinary trail offers users a variety of recreational options and stunning views. On a hike through here, expect to pass by bikers, trail runners, and dog walkers enjoying the trail and stopping every now and then to admire the scenery. As you weave through shimmering aspens, don’t forget to look out towards Vail - the pop of yellow against the green ski runs makes for a beautiful contrast.

3. Beaver Lake Trail – Forest Service Trail #2109

This well-maintained trail follows alongside Beaver Creek with many opportunities to enjoy the aspens at their peak fall colors. Continue further up to travel through lush coniferous forests towards the Holy Cross Wilderness boundary and finally, Beaver Lake itself!

4. Upper Piney Trail – Forest Service Trail #1885

This trail begins at Piney Lake and continues on to climb through open meadows before entering the forest. With great spots for rest, lunch breaks and viewpoints, this trail is perfect for those looking for a gentle fall excursion. Several aspen groves line the trails and reveal bright pops of yellow as you travel on towards the lake.

Topics: Eagle Valley Outdoor Movement, Iniciativa EVOM

Eagle Valley Outdoor Movement

Written by Eagle Valley Outdoor Movement

The Eagle Valley Outdoor Movement (EVOM) is a group of community members and local organizations working together to strengthen community and appreciation of nature through shared outdoor experiences for people of all ages, abilities and cultures. Join the movement with your family and let's enjoy together the lifelong benefits of spending time outdoors!