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Mount of the Holy Cross Trail is a The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from February until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail. We could not have asked for better weather this past week. We hiked to mile 3 starting at about 1pm, arrived around 4: We stayed on campsite 10, just after the creek, which had plenty of water to filter. We ended up not building a fire because we were unsure if we could or not.

Signs on the ground said no, but the forest website said the ban had been lifted. The low got to about 35 degrees at night, clear and no wind. We woke up at dawn and hiked to the top, arriving around 10am.

Weather was degrees with little wind. The boulder scramble near the top is intense, but fun. I went in Mid July and got a bit of a late start The clouds rolled in quick and we were off the summit by The hike is long and steep but it rolls in the beginning and allows time for your legs to rest a bit. It makes for a long day and a lot of people decided to camp at mile 3. In total it took us just over 8 hours. It was a tough hike but we were not hurting the next day. I bet trying to see sunrise at the summit would be incredible.

Careful coming down the summit over the boulder scramble, I went a little too close to the edge as I was making my way down. Hiked from the trailhead with full packs, which we left at a campsite near East Cross Creek, and continued with day packs to summit in five hours.

Holy Cross Mount is located in the center of the Colorado Rockies; the view is stupendous in all directions. We spent an hour on the top just taking it in. Pleasant campout that evening after a two-hour descent to the creek. Very dry route - no water between Cross Creek and the summit so bring a couple liters on a warm day. This was our first 14er.

We are 55 and 60 years old. We live in Hot Springs AR and trained with backpacks doing mile hikes with elevation gains in the heat and humidity of August. It is hard to prepare for the altitude. On day of hike we left early afternoon from Half Moon Pass trailhead and set up camp late afternoon so we could break it up into a 2 day adventure.

We restocked our water bottles with filtered stream water. Our plan was to get up early hike to summit, return to our campsite, rest for a while then finish the hike after a break. The hike itself was very hard to us. I started feeling a little dizzy and zero energy after an hour into the hike. In the back of my mind I started wondering if we would be able to make it to summit. There were numerous young people who were hiking with complete ease too.

I got to the point of taking 20 steps then stop and break, etc We ditched our poles when we got to the boulders and glad we did. They would have just gotten in the way as we crawled over rocks with our hands. My husband forgot our lunch, sunscreen and extra water bottle that I said to bring just in case we needed it.

We had to ration what little water we had left all the way down. By the time we got back to camp I was completely sick feeling, sunburned and thirsty. It was fun to set a goal and accomplish it. The views were gorgeous and the stars at night where we camped equally stunning. September is the perfect time to go-glorious fall colors, No mosquitoes and no spiders on the rocks at the top. Topped out at 6: Was hoping for a nice full moon hike but hardly ever saw the moon.

Drizzled heavily AM. Cleared up on descent. Long road from Minturn to trailhead, almost an hour. Exhausting but rewarding hike! Watched the sun come up over the smoky landscape and headed back down in the morning light. Was stunned by the landscape and setting of the trail. I will admit that the foot elevation increase on the way back to trailhead killed, but was worth the views!

Would be a great 2 day trip as many recommend, but one day is also very rewarding! As many hikers mentioned it before, I would advise to split this hike in two, the first part from the half moon pass trailhead into East Cross creek campsite and then hike the next day from the campsite into Holy Cross. We decided to go for the full day hike and it was very demanding to say the least. Easily one of my favorite hikes.

We hiked late Monday night to the campsite set up camp around 9pm and had a late start for the summit the next day. We starting hiking around 6: We definitely took our time on the way up.

The most grueling part of the whole adventure is packing up your campsite and going back up and over Half Moon Pass.

I was envious of the people who were staying another night before hiking out of the valley. Road getting to trailhead is very well maintained. This was a beautiful hike. I left the trailhead at 4: The trail is well maintained and well marked with cairns. Like everyone says, bring lots of water. Got back to the trailhead at 2: Weather was great all day. You can camp at the base of the summit but you can easily do a day hike.

Recommend leaving trailhead early to avoid chance of afternoon weather. Solid 8 hour hike at good pace. Scrambling near the top. Very nice views from the summit. Save energy for the uphill portion on the way back, it can take 45mins - 1 hour. Would highly recommend an early start. Watch for your careens as the trail is hard to follow, especially going back down. It is tough but some amazing views. I did this as a 1 night backpacking trip and summited on the 4th of July.

There was a short-lived afternoon shower in the evening on the 3rd, but nothing major. I camped at East Cross Creek with my dog. We left at 5: It took us about 5 hours round trip to summit and return to the campsite. I ended up having to split my water with my dog. Next time I will plan accordingly! This was a rough hike through and through. We camped at the creek the first night then woke up at 5 to summit the next day. Took between hours to summit for our whole group. They got in the way on the way to the summit.

This was my first 14er and it was tough, but I took my time and made it okay. I carried 3L of water up and only drank about half. Water at the creek is good, especially if you have a filter. Long and hard, but worth it. Camped at East Cross Creek. Woke up and hit the trail at 6: Would highly recommend trekking poles to save your knees.

Came back down and camped another night and hiked out the last three miles on the third day. Not my favorite 14er, but not the least favorite either.


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