Another favorite winter hike of mine is South Fork Eagle River. The main trail is 6 miles one way along a ridge line and descends into a valley. After crossing a boulder field, the trail ends up in a saddle between two lakes, Eagle and Symphony Lakes. In the winter the boulders can get too icy to climb over. Even if you don’t make it to the lakes because of the shorten days and icy conditions, the hike is still absolutely stunning.  
  
  
  

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The Earth is my playground and my goal is to explore its entirety. This is my adventure blog. If I could, I would spend all day outside. My lifestyle revolves around living healthy and being fit.

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