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Date Saturday  6/29/2019
End Date
Group Fort Collins
Event Title Kruger Rock
Start Time 7:00 AM
Status Complete
Leader Don Carpenter
Co-Leader Anita Wright
Member Price Free
Available Participants 3
Type Trip
Trip Type Hike
Pace Casual
Classification Easy A
Trail Mileage 4
Elevation Gain 1000
Driving Distance 90


Location is in Hermit Park, a Larimer Co park located 2 miles southeast of Estes Park on US36. A Larimer Co pass is required or a $9 per day fee per vehicle to be shared by the participants. Suggested rideshare is $5. We will meet in the Kmart parking lot in Loveland at the intersection of US34 and Wilson Ave to form car pools.

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Register online or contact Don Carpenter at


We start at Hermit Park, Larimer County Open Space. This trail offers panoramic views of Mount Meeker, Longs Peak, the Continental Divide and the Mummy Range The elevation gain is a little over 900; with a short, easy class three scramble to get to the summit where we will enjoy a 360 degree view. We will hike through scattered aspens and ponderosa pine trees, and climb gradually up to an open landscape overlook of Estes Park and the first view of the Mummy Range to the northwest. After this overlook, the trail flattens; Longs Peak and Mount Meeker come into view toward the southwest then the Continental Divide north of Longs Peak. After a short scramble through a notch in the rock to a fairly flat summit we will enjoy spectacular views in all directions.


Logistical details will be sent to participants 1-2 days before the hike. Map link: Entrance Permits $9 per vehicle or Larimer County Permit required.

New Trailhead signage and parking area opened week of June 16th. Instead of heading left to the older parking area towards the pavilion go right at the intersection and than another right to the trailhead.