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Date Wednesday  6/19/2019
End Date
Group State CMC
Event Title Women Crush Wednesday
Start Time 5:30 PM
Status Approved
Leader Maddie Miller
Member Price Free
Non-member Price Free
Available Participants Full- Join Waitlist
Type Trip
Trip Type Hike
Pace Moderate
Classification Moderate B
Trail Mileage 4.3
Elevation Gain 918
Driving Distance 3.7

Location

Mount Galbraith Park: https://goo.gl/maps/mYspC4W3vVq

American Mountaineering Center: https://goo.gl/maps/eobiWhenSdD2

Trailhead Taphouse and Kitchen: https://goo.gl/maps/cyESJSqQyPdDS9geA

 



For more info Contact

Maddie Miller - maddiemiller@cmc.org

303-279-3080 ext. 2



Details

Join the Colorado Mountain Club in our Women Crush Wednesday Series, back by popular demand!  



There is an optional "Wine Down Wednesday" happy hour, sponsored by our friends at New Belgium at Trailhead Taphouse and Kitchen! Any CMC members in the crowd who sign up for the event will receive a free New Belgium Beer after the hike! Check out the venue's website here: http://www.trailheadtaphouse.com/.



The Mount Galbraith Loop is a 4.3 mile lollipop loop with just around 1000 feet of elevation gain.  It should take us just under 2 hours to hike. From the parking lot, we will hike on the Cedar Gulch Trail approximately 1.3 miles to the first intersection. the map shows going right but you can hike this loop either way. We will turn right onto the Mt. Galbraith Loop Trail to get a fun quick scrambly, rocky ascent with a nice gradual descent. After approximately 1.6 miles, you'll end up back at the intersection and can follow the Cedar Gulch Trail back to the parking area. 



Dogs on leashes are okay on the hike - however, Barrels & Bottles does not allow dogs.




Notes

Please bring the essential ten essentials on the hike. Click here for the complete list.  This trail is in the sun most of the time, so please be sure to bring sun protection (sunscreen, hat, and sunglasses).  In June, we also need to be wary of Rattlesnakes. So, keep that in mind when on the hike.  




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