Onahu Creek Trail to Long Meadows, Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado
Onahu Creek Trail to Long Meadows
Rocky Mountain National Park
The Onahu Creek Trail connects with the un-maintained Long Meadows Trail to form a fun and challenging route to the southern edge of Long Meadows. This extraordinary 2 mile meadow system is seldom seen by even the most frequent and familiar visitors. For those seeking solitude from the crowds and excellent wildlife viewing opportunities, this is one of the Park’s best kept secrets.
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The Onahu Creek Trail leads through dense coniferous forest.
Onahu Creek, near the beginning of the trail.
As illustrated here, the west side of Rocky Mountain is lush and green, as opposed to the drier east side.
A typical trail shot along the peaceful Onahu Creek Trail.
The trail skirts a small pond just before Long Meadows.
Long Meadows. Looking north from the southern most end.