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Columbine Campground, Red River
(4.7/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Beautiful hike with several creek crossings and an open mine that goes in about 100 yards about 1/2 mile up the trail. 
  • We did not go far on the trail but what we saw was beautiful! It is near a great campground also. We did see families walking on it. 
  • We read a lot about this hike, and it lived up to the hype. The first part of the hike is relatively easy... more or less 2-1/2 miles. And that part of the trip includes an abandoned mining cave, whic...  more »
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  • Columbine Campground is beautiful with well maintained creek and hiking areas. The camp hosts were extremely nice and kept the restrooms clean and stocked with T.P. The only downside to our trip was the fact that it got really cold at night. We were sleeping in a tent and never thought it would get as cold as it did. We went in town and bought some sleeping bags and were fine for the rest of the stay.
  • Beautiful mountain breezes and ice cold mountain stream.
  • Seems clean and nice. Great hiking trails!
  • never been there.....