Onahu Creek Trailhead: Onahu Creek Trail and Green Mountain Trail Loop
Alas, a long loop hike in Rocky Mountain National Park. Believe me, loop day hikes are hard to come by in the park. This hike is a quiet walk in the woods, with only the “creaking” of fallen lodgepole pines to break your concentration and give you a little spook. By combining Onahu Creek, Tonahutu and Green Mountain trails, you form a circle through some amazing scenery. This is a long, uncrowded walk with a variety of creeks, streams, cascades, aspen trees, and more. Be sure to bring along a buddy and plenty of supplies. Outstanding Features: Loop hike, Big Meadow, Onahu Creek, homesteader remnants, lodgepole-pine forest, aspen trees, a lot of shade
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Directions to: Onahu Creek Trailhead: Onahu Creek Trail and Green Mountain Trail Loopprint directions
Trail Statistics & Information
|Nearby City||Grand Lake|
|Trailhead Elevation||8,900 ft|
|Top Elevation||9,950 ft|
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