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Aug 29 2011
AndreyP
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39 male
 Joined Feb 17 2010
 Moscow, RU
East Inlet Trail - RMNPNorthwest, CO
Northwest, CO
Hiking avatar Aug 29 2011
AndreyP
Hiking0.80 Miles 160 AEG
Hiking0.80 Miles      35 Mns   1.37 mph
160 ft AEG
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Hiked to Adams Falls Loop and back. It's interesting how the falls turns and provides different angles to view it. Unfortunately there are lots of logs and debris in the stream-bed that sorta spoil the picture.
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Jul 15 2010
hhwolf14
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 Photos 832
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41 female
 Joined Oct 13 2007
 Loveland, CO
East Inlet Trail - RMNPNorthwest, CO
Northwest, CO
Hiking avatar Jul 15 2010
hhwolf14
Hiking5.00 Miles 1,650 AEG
Hiking5.00 Miles
1,650 ft AEG
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Aug 10 2009
michaelg
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 Photos 285
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51 male
 Joined Oct 05 2010
 Ahwatukee, AZ
East Inlet Trail - RMNPNorthwest, CO
Northwest, CO
Hiking avatar Aug 10 2009
michaelg
Hiking11.00 Miles 3,600 AEG
Hiking11.00 Miles
3,600 ft AEG
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The East Inlet trail is a great trail to walk. There is hardly anyone going to the Grand lakes side of the park, so if you like a private walk this is the trail. The trail starts at 8400ft, and slowly climbs for miles up to many lakes that are so beautiful. the Lone pine lake is the first of many. They say it takes about 3 hours to walk to, but try more like 7 hours if you get apline sickness, which I got right at the lake. The trail start at a meadow after the waterfall, and climbs over the trout river giving great views. then you have to climb through Cat's Liar which is very cool rocky formation, but is not for easy walking. the trail then goes through the forest that has a creek for water if you need to filter some water. the trail finally makes it to the lake. After that the trail becomes a boulder field of baseball size rocks that is hard to walk through, but gives away once you get to the campground overlooking lone pine lake. I camped there, and was so sick from apline sickness i couldnt stand it. I went to bed like at 5pm, only to wake up to a cougar trying to lick, bite my toes, finally I kicked it, and he tried again, then I seriously kicked its nose and it went on. I was going to hike all the lakes, but the sickness was so bad, i had to go back down, which only took 3 hours like the brochure said. I highly urge you to hike this trail.
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Jul 23 2009
hhwolf14
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 Photos 832
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41 female
 Joined Oct 13 2007
 Loveland, CO
East Inlet Trail - RMNPNorthwest, CO
Northwest, CO
Hiking avatar Jul 23 2009
hhwolf14
Hiking4.00 Miles
Hiking4.00 Miles
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Jun 09 2009
nonot
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 Routes 236
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 Triplogs 476

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 Joined Nov 18 2005
 Phoenix, AZ
East Inlet Trail - RMNPNorthwest, CO
Northwest, CO
Hiking avatar Jun 09 2009
nonot
Hiking11.40 Miles 1,650 AEG
Hiking11.40 Miles   4 Hrs   30 Mns   2.53 mph
1,650 ft AEG
 
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