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Rim Trail North

A shorter version of the full Rim Trail.

 
6.23 Miles
1,134' Ascent
1,139' Descent
8,947' High
7,881' Low
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About Rim Trail North

A shorter version of the full Rim Trail Loop, Rim Trail North offers stunning views of Snowmass Village and the surrounding valleys and peaks. Start your hike at the Town Park/Recreation Center parking lot. At the northwest corner of the parking lot, you’ll hop onto the paved Horse Ranch Trail and take it for almost half a mile before it meets up with Rim Trail North. Once on the trail, you’ll wind your way up through aspen groves and over streams until you reach the top where you can soak in the views on a lookout bench.

Please note: This trail is closed through May 15 and will reopen May 16. The Rim Trail North is only recommended as a part of the full Rim Trail. If you are only looking to hike Rim Trail North it is best done as an out and back from the Snowmass Recreation Center. That being said, your ascent will be against the recommended direction of travel so be extra aware of other hikers, runners and mountain bikers moving quickly in the other direction.

Parking

Free parking is available at Town Park/Snowmass Recreation Center.

Map Location of Parking Lot

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ALONG THE TRAIL

Snowmass offers some of the best hiking trails in the valley. You can expect to find spectacular views, wildflowers, rolling meadows, dense forests and a wide variety of wildlife that can be spotted from the trail.

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OUTFITTERS

Snowmass Village has everything you need to gear up for your next hiking adventure. Local shops offer the latest in outdoor gear and apparel to make the most of your time outside.

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TRAVEL & PARKING

Getting to Snowmass is easy and getting to the trailhead is even easier. Snowmass Village boasts plentiful free parking at multiple locations making it hassle-free to get out of your vehicle and to the trailhead.

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