Lady Moon and Molly Moon

Red Feather Lakes, Colorado

Details

Distance

6.48 miles

Elevation Gain

656 ft

Route Type

Out-and-Back

Description

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The Lady Moon Trail in Red Feather Lakes, Colorado, is a moderate difficulty trail spanning approximately 6.48 miles. The trail is well-marked and offers a variety of terrain, including forested areas, meadows, and rocky inclines. Hikers will encounter a variety of flora and fauna, including pine trees, wildflowers, and local wildlife such as deer and birds. The trail features several scenic landmarks, including the Lady Moon Lake and a unique rock formation known as the Molly Moon Rocks. The lake is a popular spot for fishing and picnicking, while the rock formation offers panoramic views of the surrounding area. Hikers should be prepared for a moderate elevation gain and some uneven terrain. It's recommended to wear sturdy hiking boots and bring plenty of water. The trail is open year-round, but snow can make certain sections more challenging during the winter months. Overall, the Lady Moon Trail offers a rewarding hike with diverse natural features and scenic views. It's a great choice for those looking for a moderate hike in the Red Feather Lakes area.
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Features

Camping
Running
Backpacking
Hiking
Dog Friendly
Scenic
Wildlife

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