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Burning Bear Trail

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Says Josh Tenneson

Alright, enough of spending all this time inside a building, time to get out, and Burning Bear Trail in Park County, Colorado is just what you need. Lamping Creek flows through this area, and Burning Bear Trail is close to Hathaway Gulch which is undeniably worth visiting. A quick journey to Beaver Creek in close proximity
    to Burning Bear Trail is a good idea. There's so much to do here at Burning Bear Trail that you need to camp here for a while, Burning Bear Campground is a splendid spot for that. You'll meet a lot of people from Grant here. You'll
need more than a day to explore everything Burning Bear Trail has to offer, you can camp at Hall Valley Campground. If you donít have a problem getting wet, you can always go whitewater paddling on Whitewater Outfitter - Arkansas Valley Adventures Idaho Springs Outpost. Clear Creek is a delightful whitewater spot near Burning Bear Trail. Around Burning Bear Trail you donít get a lot of rainfall. July is the wettest month with most rain, and January is when  
it's the driest. High temperatures at Burning Bear Trail during the summer are in the 70's. Summer overnight lows drop down to the 30's. Highs during the winter are mostly in the 20's; night lows in the-10's for Burning Bear Trail.



Campgrounds Nearby
List of Nearby Campgrounds

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These outdoors activities are available near Burning Bear Trail.
 Campgrounds Near Burning Bear Trail:
Bruno Gulch Rd, Grant , 2 miles away
Geneva Park, Grant , 3 miles away
Handcart, Grant , 3 miles away
Kirby Gulch Dispersed, Grant , 3 miles away
Hall Valley Campground, Park County , 3 miles away
 Whitewater Near Burning Bear Trail:
Clear Creek, Clear Creek County , 11 miles away, Class V+ - 1 miles long (Silverplume to Georgetown)
Whitewater Outfitter - Arkansas Valley Adventures Idaho Springs Outpost, Clear Creek County , 14 miles away, Whitewater outfitter
Woods Creek, Clear Creek County , 15 miles away, Class V - 0.5 miles long (Reservoir to Confluence with West Fork Clear Creek)
Clear Creek, Clear Creek County , 16 miles away, Class III-IV - 5.5 miles long (Lawson to Idaho Springs)
Clear Creek - West Fork, Clear Creek County , 16 miles away, Class V - 1 miles long (Coors Falls to Gunshot)
 Public Lands Near Burning Bear Trail:
Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument, Florissant - CO , 47 miles away
Rocky Mountain National Park, Estes Park - CO , 49 miles away
Arapaho National Forest, Colorado , 27 miles away
Spinney State Park, Colorado , 27 miles away
Golden Gate Canyon State Park, Colorado , 32 miles away
 Hotels Near Burning Bear Trail:
Key To The Rockies Lodging At Keystone, Keystone , 13 miles away
Americas Best Value Inn Georgetown Lodge, Georgetown , 13 miles away
Inn At Keystone, Keystone , 14 miles away
Hyatt Place Keystone, Keystone , 15 miles away
Keystone Lodge And Spa, Keystone , 15 miles away
 Lakes Near Burning Bear Trail
Clear Lake, Clear Creek County , 10 miles away
Idaho Springs Reservoir, Clear Creek County , 13 miles away
Upper Urad Reservoir, Clear Creek County , 15 miles away
Tarryall Reservoir, Park County , 18 miles away
Vasquez Lake, Grand County , 19 miles away

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