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3.67 miles

Elevation Gain

512 ft

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Haviland Lake Trail in Durango, Colorado is a moderate-level hiking trail that spans approximately 3.67 miles round trip. The trail is known for its clear path and well-marked signs, making it easy for hikers to navigate. The trail begins at the Haviland Lake Campground and winds through a dense forest of pine and aspen trees. One of the key features of this trail is Haviland Lake itself, a 200-acre body of water that offers stunning views and opportunities for fishing. The trail also offers views of the Hermosa Cliffs, a striking rock formation that towers over the landscape. Hikers should be prepared for a moderate incline and some rocky terrain. It's recommended to wear sturdy hiking boots and bring plenty of water. The trail is open year-round, but the best time to hike is from May to October when the weather is most favorable. In summary, Haviland Lake Trail offers a moderate hike with diverse natural features, from a large lake to towering cliffs. It's a great choice for those looking for a straightforward, scenic hike in the Durango, Colorado area.
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