Cheesman Canyon Similitude-1 Hike Along the South Platte River
On a sunny Sunday morning arrived at the Cheesman Canyon Trailhead for a loop hike of exercise and photography, without looking at a map or having one did an 8.01 mile loop hike with 2.5 miles of road hiking. I started out this layer, since it was a cool morning I was wearing shorts and Brown Trout Leggings, a fly fishing apparel 1/4 zip as a outer layer and fly fishing graphic hoodie as a base layer.
Sign for Cheesman Canyon Trailhead and Parking area on Hwy 126 north west of Deckers,Colorado
Once out of the parking area and across the foot bridge a sign pointing the way to the river. Bridge was built by the Cutthroat Chapter of Trout Unlimited
Half mile in is a trail junction with different river holes listed in Cheesman Canyon Similitude-1 Hike Along the South Platte RiverOn a sunny Sunday morning arrived at the Cheesman Canyon Trailhead for a loop hike. You will notice it says to trailhead on both ends of the trail, they go to different trailheads with it being close to 9 miles if you follow the true trail with 2.5 miles of road hiking.
First view of the South Platte River as you enter Cheesman Canyon Deckers Colorado
Observance of the river today, just capturing that moment
Starting into the canyon toward the dam and reservoir
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