The Peaks Trail hugs the 10,000 foot line on a topo map. The trailhead is just east of Peak 7 base on Ski Hill road. It's popular, you may struggle to find parking. As you're below treeline you don't usually have a 'view', but that's not why I hike this trail--and it's one of my favorites. After a lot of hiking around Summit County, it's nice to have a flat trail with lots of beauty, and this trail has it. Flowers, creeks, bridges, gulches, views up and down the mountain. If you go far enough you will see a fairly steep descent into Frisco. If you want to stick to flat, turn around at that point. The descent takes you past a few very nice lakes and you can swim if you want. Remember that unless you dropped a second car in Frisco you'll need to turn around and hike all the way back. Which isn't that bad of a deal, especially if your last hike was a 14er.
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