Walking of the Week: 4 fantastic fall foliage hikes in the Vail Valley

East Lake Creek Trail– Forest Service Trail # 1880
Beaver Lake Trail– Forest Service Trail # 2109 This well-kept course follows together with Beaver Creek with many chances to take pleasure in the aspens at their peak fall colors. Upper Piney Trail– Forest Service Trail # 1885 This course begins at Piney Lake and continues on to climb up through open meadows prior to entering the forest. Thursday, Oct. 1: Squaw Creek Full Day Hike,$80 Saturday, Oct. 3: Hiking Through History: Ranger Brown Trail, complimentary( $10 for transportation)Monday, Oct. 5: Fall Colors Half-Day Hike East Lake Creek, complimentary( $10 for transportation)Tuesday, Oct. 4: Martin Creek Fully Day Hike, $80 Bridget Whyte was a summertime naturalist and treking guide for Walking Mountains Science.

If youre interested in brisk early mornings and golden foliage, weve got the walkings for you. Here are 4 excellent walkings for fall foliage in the Vail Valley. East Lake Creek Trail– Forest Service Trail # 1880
Beaver Lake Trail– Forest Service Trail # 2109 This clean course follows along with Beaver Creek with many chances to take pleasure in the aspens at their peak fall colors. Upper Piney Trail– Forest Service Trail # 1885 This course starts at Piney Lake and continues on to climb up through open meadows prior to entering the forest. Thursday, Oct. 1: Squaw Creek Full Day Hike,$80 Saturday, Oct. 3: Hiking Through History: Ranger Brown Trail, complimentary( $10 for transport)Monday, Oct. 5: Fall Colors Half-Day Hike East Lake Creek, complimentary( $10 for transport)Tuesday, Oct. 4: Martin Creek Fully Day Hike, $80 Bridget Whyte was a summertime biologist and hiking guide for Walking Mountains Science.