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Emilio
San Antonio, Texas

Colorado

Hiking in Breckenridge & Steamboat Springs

I'll be in Colorado the 27th of April, looking to do some light hiking near Breckenridge and Steamboat Springs, such as the Mccullough gulch trail. Does anyone know how the trails are looking? Would I need to get snow shoes?


7 Answers

answered by
Kelly from Denver

There is still a lot of snow at the higher elevations and where there isn't snow you are going to run into very muddy conditions. It's called mud season for a reason. Conditions can change daily if you do venture out check with one of the local alpine shops before you go. Good Luck!


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answered by
Heidi from Colorado

You may want to check with GoBreck. They'll know. I think a lot of the trails will probably still be snowy since we got a late snowstorm this spring. If not snowy, very muddy!  

There's some beautiful hiking near Fairplay - just across the pass from Breckenridge and they typically don't get as much snow as Breckenridge. 

I think Steamboat will definitely have snow as well. The Steamboat Resort Chamber can help you!


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answered by
Heidi from Colorado

You may want to check with GoBreck. They'll know. I think a lot of the trails will probably still be snowy since we got a late snowstorm this spring. If not snowy, very muddy!  

There's some beautiful hiking near Fairplay - just across the pass from Breckenridge and they typically don't get as much snow as Breckenridge. 

I think Steamboat will definitely have snow as well. The Steamboat Resort Chamber can help you!




answered by
Heidi from Colorado

You may want to check with GoBreck. They'll know. I think a lot of the trails will probably still be snowy since we got a late snowstorm this spring. If not snowy, very muddy!  

There's some beautiful hiking near Fairplay - just across the pass from Breckenridge and they typically don't get as much snow as Breckenridge. 

I think Steamboat will definitely have snow as well. The Steamboat Resort Chamber can help you!




answered by
Heidi from Colorado

You may want to check with GoBreck. They'll know. I think a lot of the trails will probably still be snowy since we got a late snowstorm this spring. If not snowy, very muddy!  

There's some beautiful hiking near Fairplay - just across the pass from Breckenridge and they typically don't get as much snow as Breckenridge. 

I think Steamboat will definitely have snow as well. The Steamboat Resort Chamber can help you!




answered by
Heidi from Colorado

You may want to check with GoBreck. They'll know. I think a lot of the trails will probably still be snowy since we got a late snowstorm this spring. If not snowy, very muddy!  

There's some beautiful hiking near Fairplay - just across the pass from Breckenridge and they typically don't get as much snow as Breckenridge. 

I think Steamboat will definitely have snow as well. The Steamboat Resort Chamber can help you!




answered first by
Heidi from Colorado

You may want to check with GoBreck. They'll know. I think a lot of the trails will probably still be snowy since we got a late snowstorm this spring. If not snowy, very muddy!  

There's some beautiful hiking near Fairplay - just across the pass from Breckenridge and they typically don't get as much snow as Breckenridge. 

I think Steamboat will definitely have snow as well. The Steamboat Resort Chamber can help you!






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