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We hiked this twice. Once our second day in Breckenridge and then again with our friends when they arrived a few days later. It is a lovely hike, much of it along a stream. The reservoir is such a nice place to sit and have...More
Like many reviewers we hiked to the reservoir from the Snowflake Lift and went beyond to the Fairy Forest. The hike was safe, beautiful, peaceful, and not strenuous. The lake is pretty and not very big so it is easy to add a lap around...More
This hike starts at the base of the Snowflake lift on Four-o-Clock Road. It follows the creek up the mountain and ends at Sawmill Reservoir. Fun and easy hike for little ones and lots to see along the way. No dangerous cliffs, etc.
Great hike for 3 year old to reservoir with views of mountains at Breckenridge. From the bottom of the Snowflake lift there are two paths. The easiest path is along a stream straight up into the forest with a gradual easy and wide path and...More
Our daughter's wedding party did their wedding photos up here in June and we have the most wonderful pictures ever. We also took the short hike up Snowflake lift trail with 50 of our guests the day before who really enjoyed the scenery. Easy hike,...More
In my previous review, I admitted that I'd never visited Sawmill Reservoir on a sunny day (since I'd always been hiking in the mountains on those days), and I was not impressed when the day was dingy and I did a lap around this small...More
This was a great place to visit with our group! We had several children, all under age 8. The main trail around the reservoir was stroller friendly. There are several other smaller trails going away from the reservoir which we did not do. The scenery...More