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Hike: Maroon Lake

This short out and back stroll takes you along the shore of Maroon Lake at the base of the towering 14,000 foot peaks of the Maroon Bells. ACES naturalists will share stories about geology, aspen trees, wildflowers, and wildlife. This hike is suitable for all ages.

Distance:

.5 – 1 mile round trip

High Point:

9,600 feet

Starting Elevation:

9,580 feet

Average Time:

45 minutes – 2 hours

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