Sharkstooth Trail and Centennial Peak
Besides having a name kids like, the Sharkstooth Trail leads them to destinations all hikers enjoy: flower-filled forest jeweled by streams, a signed loop trail around a mining claim, a spectacular saddle for resting and lunching, and finally, a relatively easy 13,000-foot peak to climb. As with all high-altitude hikes, plan this one to start early in the day, and allow 4 to 5 hours to complete the peak climb and return to the trailhead.
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Trail Statistics & Information
|Skill Level||Moderate to challenging for children|
|Duration||Day hike or backpack|
|Season||Best mid-June through October|
|Trailhead Elevation||10,900 ft|
|Top Elevation||13,062 ft|
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