Dream Lake

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Dream Lake
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Looking West over Dream Lake
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Dream Lake
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Dream Lake
Location Rocky Mountain National Park, Larimer County, Colorado, US
Coordinates 40°18′34″N105°39′32″W / 40.30944°N 105.65889°W / 40.30944; -105.65889 Coordinates: 40°18′34″N105°39′32″W / 40.30944°N 105.65889°W / 40.30944; -105.65889
Basin  countriesUnited States
Surface elevation3,019 m (9,905 ft)

Dream Lake is a high alpine lake located in Rocky Mountain National Park in northern Colorado, located east of the continental divide.

The lake is accessed via the popular Bear Lake trail head and is at the base of Hallett's Peak, and is well known for its stunning views caused by surrounding steep cliffs, and a popular destination for casual hiking.


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