Hit the trail in Summit: Escape the crowds with these lesser-known hikes

20th June, 2015 by

By Krista Driscoll

While Eagle County has a plethora of hiking trails, consider heading across the pass to check out what Summit County has to offer. Take a summer stroll in the mountains, and it soon becomes a hike, simply because most trails take you up, down and all around. Summit County has walking adventures for all ability levels, with a great deal that can be explored from steps on a well-beaten track. “The Dillon Ranger District manages 434 miles of trail,” said Ken Waugh, district recreation staff officer for the Dillon Ranger District within the White River National Forest. “We have a …

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