M. Walter Pesman Trail— Mount Goliath Natural Area
Mount Goliath Natural Area contains subalpine and alpine ecosystems along Mount Evans Road. The M. Walter Pesman Trail winds and climbs through an ancient bristlecone pine forest (some trees are over 1,500 years old) in the natural area. It crosses alpine tundra with fantastic tiny wildflowers (peak bloom mid-July) to the upper trailhead.
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Directions to: M. Walter Pesman Trail— Mount Goliath Natural Areaprint directions
Trail Statistics & Information
|Elevation Gain||680 ft|
|Duration||1.5 to 3 hours|
|Season||Late June through September|
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