Reynolds Park - Eagles View
Hike up to this highpoint and enjoy a view that even an eagle would appreciate. This is an early season loop hike in one of the fine, convenient Jefferson County Open Space Parks. No fee is required. With picnic tables, restroom facilities and an interpretive trail, this is a great park for a family outing. Pets must be kept on a leash. The park is named for John A. Reynolds, whose family donated the land to Jefferson County. The Reynolds ranch house (now the park manager's residence) once served as a stop for pack trains traveling between Denver and Leadville and as a way station for the Pony Express.
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Trail Statistics & Information
|Elevation Gain||1,010 ft|
|Duration||60 minutes up, 40 minutes down|
|Season||Early April to late October|
|Trailhead Elevation||7,290 ft|
|Top Elevation||8,140 ft|
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