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We took a hike to reach Nymph Lake from Bear Lake. It was a moderate trail to reach the Nymph Lake.
It is certainly not an ordinary lake. It's beauty was primitive. The water body was filled in with water lily or hyacinth, I can't...More
We hiked from Bear Lake up to Nymph Lake. The hike is ok but the lake is disappointing. The rest of Rocky Mountain National Park is a lot nicer than this area. If I had known how uninteresting Bear Lake and Nymph Lake are, I...More
Since we did not have much time we took both trails one to Bear Lake and the other to this lake which is about 0.5 miles to the lake and fairly easy but up hill on your way to the lake. The lake does have...More
This is part one of three of a review of hiking from bear lake trail head to Nymph Lake - Dream Lake - Emerald Lake.
You will notice just as soon as you leave the parking lot you’re walking up ward ever upward
Overall its a very cute lake. Its the first one you come across on this hike and probably the least impressive. However its still is beautiful, tons of Lilly pads, place to rest, the water is so still you can see reflections of the trees...More
Not a bad hike to get here. Yes an elevation to get through but worth it. Smaller lake. Sit down. Have a picnic lunch. Beautiful water lilies. Then keep going. The views around the lake are totally different. Then head to Dream Lake.
With two small children (4yr and 6yr), plus a senior we were able to slowly make it up to Nymph lake. We took many short breaks for water and rest, and once we reached the lake we rested in the beauty for quite sometime. Great...More
If crowds bother you, this is a little more secluded. It's a short, small incline, hike. There is no place in Estes Park that does not include beautiful views. You can continue on to a couple more lakes that are close by.