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“Too crowded. They ticket cars parked on riad”
Review of Lily Pad Lake

Lily Pad Lake
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Reviewed August 18, 2017 via mobile

This trail is now out of control. So overused that the county is beginning to ticket cars parked illegally. You cannot park in the road and obstruct traffic including the Summit Stage. Park at the transfer station in Silverthorne and ride up.

Thank cheribree2016
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Reviewed August 11, 2017

We parked at the Wildernest trailhead and hiked the almost 3 mile trek. Be sure to take a water, as we had no idea how long it was and were thirsty. Beautiful hike through forest with lovely wild flowers. Two lakes at the end, one covered with lilies and a larger one with just a few pad groupings. Great view of Dillon lake and area.

Thank sonyarosebower
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Reviewed August 11, 2017

We have been hiking around Breckenridge for over 20 years. We always selected more challenging hikes: 14ers, 13ers, and more difficult, but physical conditioning dictated a less demanding hike this year. This is a Classic hike! Wild flowers, log crossing over creeks, beautiful views and mountain lake as the end prize. It is long enough to feel like a hike, but short enough to leave time for other adventures. Wear good shoes as there are exposed roots and rocks. Bring water for safety. It is a great introductory hike for a novice while enjoyable for the experienced.

1  Thank William T
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Reviewed August 6, 2017 via mobile

After a daunting start uphill a gravel road you start the actual hike. Hang in there at the beginning as the rest is a pleasant hike. Loved the view of the Dillon reservoir. Lovely lake just past the lily pad pond.

1  Thank Jcystephenson
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Reviewed August 1, 2017

Loved this walk, wildflowers but shady. Awesome. If you start from the Frisco end it is pretty rocky and a bit steep...more moderate than easy. But, it is gorgeous! Main PROBLEM: crowds!! Don't go on a weekend, and go early!

Thank Mary Kay S
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