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Greyrock Trail

  I hiked Grey Rock on July 3rd and contracted poison ivy. Great hike, but beware and buy some Zanfel first!
Says Dave

Another great story describing the wounders of the Rocky Mountains. As a life serious rock climber I truly respect the story of a beautiful hike. Thank you, enjoy many more family adventures. Don't rush up the mountains and be thankful for the lush mountains we call the Rocky Mountains.
Says Chris Adams

I climb to the
    Grey Rock Summit every summer. We went this 4th of July weekend. We left the parking lot late afternoon and got to the summit with enough time to hike the boulders to the top after putting up the tent. The 4 of us watched the sunset.
I had a headlamp, but didn't need it. There was an almost full moon lighting up the canyon. My daughter & I slept in the parachute hammocks and watched the moon cross the sky. I enjoyed a good sunrise too. The trail leading to the lake was marked with rock piles that even I found it! I walked in up to my knees and soaked my bathing suit in the clear water. The others walked across the lake and climbed the rocks to the top on the West side. So refreshing. Nice  
family holiday. We were also celebrating my daughters 19th birthday.
Says JJ

Greyrock trail is awesome. For the most part it is clearly marked but I have been lost a few times on it. There are two trails the Greyrock Peaks and Greyrock Meadows. I got lost at the top going towards the Greyrock Peak; there is a point on the trail where you can go straight or left (steep uphill) and I chose straight and it led to nowhere (unless I was going rock climbing). The problem is there are rock stacks for both directions (which can be confusing). The trail is well worth it there is a pond (wading depth) at the top and 360 degree views. Gorgeous!! It is an ominous peak. Just a big grey blob. Overall awesome hike.
Says Cyrene Manegold



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These outdoors activities are available near Greyrock Trail.
 Trails Near Greyrock Trail:
Wintersteen Trail, Larimer County , 1 miles away
Crosier Mountain Trail, Larimer County , 16 miles away
 Campgrounds Near Greyrock Trail:
Ansel Watrous Campground, Larimer County , 4 miles away
Cherokee State Wildlife Area - Lone Pine Unit, Livermore , 6 miles away
Stove Prairie Landing Campground, Larimer County , 7 miles away
Stove Prairie Landing, Bellvue , 7 miles away
Upper Landing Campground, Larimer County , 7 miles away
 Whitewater Near Greyrock Trail:
Cache La Poudre River, Larimer County , 1 miles away, Class III-IV - 2 miles long (below Pineview Falls to Mile Marker 114.7)
Cache La Poudre River, Larimer County , 1 miles away, Class IV - 2 miles long (Poudre Park Picnic Gound to below Pine View Falls)
Cache La Poudre River, Larimer County , 4 miles away, Class II-III - 2.4 miles long (below Filter Plant to Picnic Rock Access)
Cache La Poudre River, Larimer County , 5 miles away, Class III - 3 miles long (Mishiwaka Inn to Poudre Park Picnic Ground)
Cache La Poudre River - North Fork, Larimer County , 5 miles away, Class II-III - 11 miles long (Livermore Bridge to Main Stem)
 Public Lands Near Greyrock Trail:
Rocky Mountain National Park, Estes Park - CO , 23 miles away
Lory State Park, Colorado , 10 miles away
Boyd Lake State Park, Colorado , 22 miles away
Roosevelt National Forest, Colorado , 24 miles away
 Hotels Near Greyrock Trail:
Americas Best Value Inn Fort Collins, Fort Collins , 16 miles away
Budget Host Inn Ft Collins, Fort Collins , 16 miles away
The Armstrong Hotel, Fort Collins , 16 miles away
Hilton Fort Collins, Fort Collins , 16 miles away
BEST WESTERN University Inn, Fort Collins , 16 miles away
 Lakes Near Greyrock Trail
Seaman Reservoir, Larimer County , 4 miles away
Watson Lake, Larimer County , 9 miles away
North Poudre Reservoir Number 1, Larimer County , 12 miles away
Dixon Reservoir, Larimer County , 13 miles away
Water Supply and Storage Reservoir Number 3, Larimer County , 15 miles away

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