Booth Falls

#2 of 315 trails in White River National Forest

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Booth Falls is a 4.6 mile out and back trail located near Vail, Colorado that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is accessible from June until August. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

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Joe Baker (165)

2 Completed1 Reviews

Amazing hike in May. Uphill most the way. We went in between storms and saw multiple waterfalls along the ridge on the way. Snowy towards the top but easily walkable.Be careful of slipping when it's wet out.

Jason S. (141)

This is a Vail classic. Heavily traveled trail. Great hike I recommend it to all the visitors who ask where they should go hike.

Jesse Csincsak (287)

11 Completed11 Reviews

Hiked this with my 4 year old son and 8 month old daughter it was super fun very relaxing lots of people hiking it as well bring a camera !!

O S (37)

1 Completed1 Reviews

Just went on Easter. It was perfect! Had my snow boots on and ski poles. Can't go wrong. Breath taking

Kaitlin Brinkerhoff (183)

15 Completed4 Reviews

This is probably my top favorite!! Went in August and it was perfect weather. Such a beautiful hike. SO many different kinds of wild flowers everywhere you look. And wild raspberries you can pick and eat while you hike, it was so great! Highly recommended.

Brian Barnes (141)

1 Completed1 Reviews

Did this with a friend today and it was byooteeful. Still lots of snow. We could have used some snowshoes. Sunk in every few feet up to our waists. Still worth it.

jutta scarry (762)

19 Completed27 Reviews


Jennifer Jones (169)

21 Completed4 Reviews

Beautiful aspens every where. Awesome fall hike!!

Jesse Imbler (76)

5 Completed4 Reviews

Caitlin Bullock (58)

3 Completed1 Reviews

The hike to the lake is a much better hike with incredible views and wildlife. We saw big horned sheep and elk. As stated before its about a 10 mile hike and a great workout. We will definitely do it again but with some camping gear to stay at the lake to enjoy it longer :)