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Hike: Hunter Creek

Right through Aspen’s back door, this hike can be a very easy ramble through the Hunter Creek Valley meadows or can be lengthened and steepened to make a great half-day loop. An ACES naturalist will relay the rich natural and human history of the area. Views, ecological diversity and stories are what make this hike an Aspen favorite.

Distance:

2.5 – 5 miles round trip

High Point:

8,800 feet

Starting Elevation:

7,900 feet or 8,600 feet

Average Time:

1 – 4 hours

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