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Booth Falls Trail

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Booth Falls Trail

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mdr838 wrote a review Sep 2020
Chicago, Illinois6 contributions9 helpful votes
Flatlanders on vacation. Did this trail with my 15yr and 13-yr old boys. Couple hrs to the falls. Couple more hours to the lake. Strenuous! The last stretch in the thin air, on tired legs and taxed lungs, is especially tough but do-able for those in good shape. Obviously bring plenty of water. Great views, nothing perilous, and even some wildlife up high in the form of marmots and friendly mountain goats...part of the pay-off for reaching the top of the trail.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Isina A wrote a review Aug 2020
Miami Beach, Florida165 contributions38 helpful votes
It was my second trail experience in my like, and I liked it very much. The view is amazing right from the beginning, even though is summer it was not too crowded. All hikers wore masks and were very respectful trying to do social distancing where the trail was narrow. You should take water, sunscreen and if you are a beginner hiker like me, be ready to stop and catch your breath more than once or twice. The road is very steep near the waterfall, but it is worth it. Enjoy the hiking!
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Date of experience: August 2020
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J F wrote a review Aug 2020
California12 contributions3 helpful votes
Gorgeous canyon with beautiful wild flowers in the summer, a stunning waterfall to spread out and enjoy, and tons of green trees. Really a beautiful trail worth doing in Vail. It can be a bit steep right at the start and not recommended with dogs since it is narrow.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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ChristyS6 wrote a review Aug 2020
Gypsum, Colorado150 contributions29 helpful votes
this trail is hard, but it's beautiful. every few feet, the scenery changes. It's a great hike but take water and take breaks. this is dog friendly also. although I was with my teen nieces, we were close to the falls but didn't make it all the way. I'd do it again. be careful going back down, because it is steep.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Scoop70 wrote a review Aug 2020
Sugar Grove, Illinois164 contributions94 helpful votes
This hike is not for out of shape people or people who suffer from any leg or hip issues. It took us just under 2 hrs to get to the water fall , which was awesome ( the lake is another mile and and half further- we did not do ) Beautiful country along the hike. People were so friendly and very courteous on the trails when passing by or you having people pass by you. Us flat landers were very proud of our accomplishment! You don’t realize what you just did until on your way back down. Take a backpack with waters and snacks. I saw some that had packed sandwiches. Have fun and do it !
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Date of experience: August 2020
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