I-70 and Morrison exit, Denver, CO
We'll meet up across from the Conoco, and carpool it up. Plan on at least 3 per car. We'll hit the the trailhead at the Bakerville exit, Exit 221; approximately 1115, in all probability.
This is a tough workout since it starts at 9845 Ft, and goes up from there. We probably won't make Gray's Peak, at 14,000 feet. We'll hike for at least 90 minutes, and more if weather and people wish to.
Bring a lunch/snack for the trail, and a thermos of something hot. We'll turn around and head back, and those who wish, can stop in Idaho Springs for either food or hotsprings.
In your RSVP, if you want hotsprings--note it, as it's optional for you individually, and helps people plan carpooling.
Pets--welcome, but have your leashes. There is a woman who does dogsledding in this area and she and her dogs are very difficult and aggressive and we don't want any problems, so make sure you have your leash. I will apologize in advance, but I have no control over this person's behavior.
Plan on being back to the trailhead about 2pm. The return drive is typically approx 35-45 minutes driving in moderate traffic.
Wear clothing appropriate and carry emergency survival stuff!
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