A connecting trail linking Schofield Park with the North Fork of the Crystal River. This trail links the east and north forks of the Crystal River, offering myriad possibilities for loop trips or extended backpacks from the Crested Butte side of the wilderness. Perhaps the most popular day loop involves hiking over the Hasley Basin divide, then following the faint connecting track eastward through a nameless pass to reach the base of Frigid Air Pass. A side trip leads up to the pass for views of the Maroon Bells, and the return trip lies along the East Fork trail, with its superb displays of wildflowers. The Hasley Basin Trail is popular with equestrians, and tends to be muddy when it rains.
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Trail Statistics & Information
|Nearby City||Crested Butte|
|Elevation Gain||1,734 ft|
|Skill Level||Moderate north to south; moderately strenuous south to north|
|Season||Mid-July to mid-October|
|Trailhead Elevation||10,400 ft|
|Top Elevation||12,144 ft|
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