|Stayed at Camp Dick in Colorado. We hiked on the Middle St. Vrain Trail between Camp Dick and Peaceful Campground and it was goregous. We also hiked on a couple miles of Buchanan Pass, which was equally pretty. We originally planned on taking the Disco down the Middle St. Vrain Road OHV trail, however it looked a little too intense for our taste. Instead, we went off-roading at the trail in between Camp Dick and Peaceful Campground. The trail was called Bunce School road. We went about a mile before we got to a section that was a little too chanellenging for a family adventure, so we turned back.
Ultimately our trip was cut short due to fires. The first day the Cameron Peak fire was pouring smoke into the campground. We tolerated this and had a good time regardless. The second day however a brand new fire, the Cal-wood fire, flared up extremely close to us. We had to evacuate the campsite. The road back to Lyons was closed due to the fire so we had to go south to Nederland than to Boulder and back to Longmont. I thought the Cal-wood wire was extremely close to Camp Dick, but as it turns out it was much closer to Lyons and Loveland. We could see the fires from 119 as we left Boulder for Longmont.