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The Mount Goliath Natural Area protects the largest, northernmost stand
of Bristlecone Pine trees in North America. There are short trails that
explore these tenacious trees that are 1600-2500 years old. Subalpine
and alpine wildflowers including Moss Campion, Sky Pilot, and Rosy
Paintbrush thrive in the tundra environment. Stop in the Dos Chappell
Nature Center for more information on plants, birds, and wildlife, or
join a free guided wildflower hike. Be aware of “altitude sickness” and
drink plenty of water. Parking space is limited, so consider stopping on
your way back down.
Arapaho National Forest
Mt Evans Rd, Evergreen, CO 80439
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