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Date Tuesday  7/8/2014
End Date Tuesday  7/8/2014
Group Pikes Peak
Event Title Colorado Trail Segment 7
Start Time 5:00 AM
Status Complete
Leader Carol Schmitz
Co-Leader Denise Snow
Member Price Free
Non-member Price Free
Available Participants 2
Type Trip
Trip Type Hike
Pace Moderate
Classification Difficult II
Trail Mileage 13.1
Elevation Gain 3,300
Driving Distance 230 miles


Co Trail Segment 7, Gold Hill Trail Head 4 miles N of Breckenridge and 5 miles S of Frisco on Hwy 9, intersects with County Road 950. 

This is a one-way hike ending at Copper Mountain.  This will be a car shuttle.

For more info Contact

Carol Schmitz, leader  Call me  with questions  719-339-4851, email:

Denise Snow, co-leader  719-687-9576, email:


This portion of the CT which makes its way over the Tenmile Range is steep and strenuous.  We should see flowers in the alpine tundra. This linear mountain range connects the  southern end of the Gore Range with the northern end of the Mosquito Range.  It is named for the creek on its western boundary and is known for its sequentially numbered peaks.

We'll walk through sagebrush meadows and lodgepole pines on the way to Miners Creek.  We ascend steeply beyond timberline to a small shallow saddle diagonally across the range. The trail takes us between Peak 5 and Peak 6 which is Breckenridge's newest ski area.

Trail ends at the Wheeler Flats TH parking area at Copper Mountain.


Bring a substantial lunch, plenty of water, wind and/or rain gear.  And traction for your boots.  It's very possible that we will encounter lingering snowfields up high.  Total time on the trail will be approximately 9 hours which will give us time for a couple of breaks and lunch.


Sorry it is past the registration deadline for this event.