Wild Basin Area
Wild Basin Area
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Cynthia K
Av Cynthia K
Wild area in Rocky Mountain NP
5,0 av 5 boblerjul. 2014
Dette er en usedvanlig vakker, vill området i RMNP. Ta rute 7 av Estes Park & dra sørover. Skiltene skal i riktig retning. Det er en inngang stasjonen der, så ikke glem din kvittering. Veien for å komme dit er veldig smal. Knapt nok plass på en bil på steder, for ikke å snakke om 2. Hvis du kom dit tidlig dette er ikke et problem før det er på tide å gå. Det er en endeløs strøm av trafikk senere i morgen. Du endelig krysse en bro og veien blir én vei. Vet du da at parkeringsplassen ligger i nærheten. Den har en stor parkeringsplass, men det fylles opp om sommeren og i helgene. Det er flyte over, men det betyr bare du har lengre å gå. Det finnes mange stier i vilt vask, men den mest populære er Ouzel Falls som er 8.7 km der og tilbake. Det finnes flere Lake stier som er lengre og mer strabasiøs : Bluebird, Lion & torden innsjøer. Vi tok Ouzel Falls sti som brukes for å fortsette med Ouzel Lake til flommen tok ut broen. Det er en Ranger stasjon ved parkeringsplassen, noen kiosker og de fancy pit toaletter vanlig i RMNP. Vi var klare for lunsj etter vår tur, så vi kjørte tilbake den vei vi kom før vi kom til en av de naturskjønne rasteplasser langs veien. Vi hadde våre favoritter, så vi lunched ved The raging vannet i St Vrain Creek. Jeg elsker nasjonalparker! På vår vandring vi snakket med en fyr som sa at han var lokale til området. Han sa at vi var heldige. Vanligvis creek så ut som det vi så i vår. Det må ha vært uvanlig regntunge å føre creek til å være så høy og kraftfull. Så vakkert. Alt i alt en god dag fotturer.

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Mary A
Emporia, KS8 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
jun. 2023 • Par
Hiking to Calypso Cascade—beautiful trails and views, nice chilly day, no bugs in early June, not too crowded.
Skrevet 5. juni 2023
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Rachel P
Biloxi, MS20 bidrag
3,0 av 5 bobler
mai 2023
There was no ranger at the station here, and the parking was limited. We went back late in the day, but the water level was low. This was not the best that RMNP has to offer.
Skrevet 25. mai 2023
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George S
Miami Beach, FL1 612 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
aug. 2022 • Familie
This area of RMNP is not the most popular and well known of all the hiking spots. However, it is very nice and most of all, not overly crowded when compared to the Bear Lake area. It is about 16 miles south of Estes Park on Highway 7. Timed entry reservations were not required. However, the parking lot was not that large.
We hiked in mid-August to Ouzel Falls (5.4 miles round trip) a “moderate” trek with about 950 feet of elevation gain. There are also other much tougher trails to Finch, Ouzel, Pear et al.
Skrevet 2. november 2022
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Paul D
Boston, MA14 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
jul. 2022 • Par
This was my third day in Estes Park and wanted a trail not so busy as around Bear Lake. Most of the reviews that I read were fairly accurate. The road was un paved but fine. Parking was tight but we got in. Hiked to Ouzel Falls and back which was about 6 miles out and back. I am a pretty good hiker so it was not hard for me.

One suggestion that I would make is to walk along the side of the falls to get a better view than on the bridge.
Skrevet 27. juli 2022
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Gabrielle W
Mobile, AL392 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
jun. 2021
Gorgeous area of the park and I wish we had spent more time here. We drove part of Peak to Peak on our day out and drove through this area, Lily Lake, and the chapel on the rock. If I had known how scenic it was I would have spent at least a half a day here in this section. The Wild Basin area is a starting point for many hikes and it would be great for a picnic, as you have the flowing river next to the tables. The road to the trails is gravel and narrow but it was fine. We saw several signs about this area being bear territory so maybe try here if your aim is to see one. Definitely will devote some more time here when we go back to the park!
Skrevet 15. juni 2021
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Coleen W
Topeka, Kansas, United States66 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
sep. 2020 • Par
This area of the park has a narrow, unpaved road. It is not as crowded as the main part of the park. It is beautiful with a river the road follows. You feel very close to nature here.
Skrevet 30. september 2020
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C H
Buffalo, NY9 bidrag
1,0 av 5 bobler
aug. 2020
We knew this was a remote dirt road, but we were shocked at how poorly maintained the road is leading back to the Wild Basin trailhead. No effort is being made on upkeep for this road. We're used to dirt roads, but this wasn't graded well at all - there are plenty of deep holes along this road that will keep you driving VERY slowly and navigating what should be a very easy drive. It takes so much longer than it should and causes more wear and tear on your car than the area is worth. Give yourself plenty of time or, better yet, save your car and skip it! The National Park Service is better than this.
Skrevet 1. september 2020
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Rishu S
New York City, NY62 bidrag
4,0 av 5 bobler
okt. 2019
We did a small walk to the Lower Copeland Falls and Upper Copeland falls . Although I thought that this is a secluded region of the park, it had its fair share of people.
Skrevet 1. september 2020
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Lynne P
China Grove, NC323 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
aug. 2020
Great hike on very well maintained trails. Will see 3 waterfalls. We even had a moose pass our pathway at one point. It is more uphill than I expected as it was listed as an "easy" hike. I'm not much of a hiker, but I am in reasonably good shape. You will feel the elevation at times when climbing (at least those of us that don't live in the area do!) Had to stop to catch my breath at times due to that. Quite a bit of the hike is in the shade of trees. Ended up being about 6.1 miles round trip for us from the parking lot to Ouzel Falls. There is a bathroom at the parking lot and another one about half way up (just a hole with a fence around it). Can go further if you want to Ouzel Lake. Since this is considered the back country and also Covid time, I wasn't sure how many to expect to see on the trail, but there were a lot leaving the parking lot in the morning when we did and we saw many of varying ages on the trail. Especially on the return. Very enjoyable day.
Skrevet 31. august 2020
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CraftBeers
Plano, TX25 230 bidrag
4,0 av 5 bobler
jul. 2020
Wild Basin is one of the entrances into Rocky National Mountain Park. It's approximately 18 miles south of Estes on Hwy 7. Once you pull off the highway, it's a dusty dirt road for the next mile or so to the gravel parking lot. Reservations online with a fee are required in advance. You cannot just drive to the station and pay to get in. Your reservation will give you a QR code and other reservation data. The park ranger station needs to see this to let your car into the park. Reservations are by car not by person. A reservation is needed for each day. I highly recommend booking it a month in advance. We had a hard time finding any slots let alone the time we desired. We ended up with a few 6:00 AM slots because we waited too long. Other family members waited too long and could not get any reservations. We had to bring them in our car.

Wild Basis parking is a nightmare. There are just a few dozen spots, and then it's full. There are a few more spots along the dirt road, but not a lot. Going to Wild Basin is a bit of a gamble. You have to drive 18 miles from Estes and hope you get a spot. There is not shuttle service similar to what is offered at Bear Lake.

Wild Basis gives you access to four different trail systems:
- Sandbeach Lake
- Thunder and Lion Lake
- Bluebird and Ouzel Lake
- Pear and Finch Lake

We selected the Ouzel Lake trail and stopped at the Falls. It was three miles out and three miles back with about 1000 ft of elevation climb. I do not hike a lot, but I do bike. I feel like my legs are in shape. I consider this a heck of a work out. There are many straight stair-step climbs. I had to rest at each of the falls before moving on to the next one (see TripAdvisor postings on the three falls: Copeland, Calypso, and Ouzel).

If you pick the Wild Basin for hiking, know it's a little less busy than bear lake. However, parking makes it difficult to visit here. I'd say go very early, or start around noon when most people are coming back down.
Skrevet 3. august 2020
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