MOUNT PRINCETON HOT SPRINGS RESORT
This pristine lake sits below Browns Pass (12,400 ft) in the San Isabel National Forest with North Cottonwood Creek winding along most of the trail. The total distance is 4.2 miles one way with 1,720 feet elevation gain. The best fishing for the beautiful cutthroats found here are the north and east side of the lake. Grasshopper patterns of flies and various types of lures such as Mepps, Panther Martin, and Vibrax have all been productive. It is a great trek for dogs as there is water almost the entire hike up to the lake. More information regarding the directions via county roads and trail information is available in a guidebook “Central Colorado Alpine Lakes“.
Kroenke Lake Trailhead:
ALPINE LAKES HIKING & FISHING SPOTS
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This activity is an extreme test of a person’s physical and mental limits and carries with it the potential for death, serious injury and property loss. The risks include, but are not limited to: actions of other people including, but not limited to, participants; lack of hydration, weather, and/or other natural conditions. Princeton Holdings, LLC DBA Mt. Princeton Hot Springs Resort is not liable for any injury, property loss, damage, death, etc occurring do to any activity outlined by any information sheet. Guest is participating in any activity on their own merit with no liability to the Mt. Princeton Hot Springs Resort or its agents.