Glenwood Springs' Hanging Lake Trail is a very popular moderate hike for people of all ages. Noted for its steep portions, the trail winds along Dead Horse Creek and through the rocky Glenwood Canyon in the White River National Forest.

The trailhead is located off of I-70 with parking on the Colorado River. The hike typically takes less than 4 hours and best for hiking spring through fall.

 Distance: 3.0 miles

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