Be prepared for all weather conditions. It can be 70° one hour and snowing the next. Zero wind one hour and 60mph winds the next. Mornings and evenings tend to be cool, so dressing in or having layers as an option in your pack is ideal. Fall weather in the mountains is very unpredictable with rain and snow showers being common. A light set of rain gear is a must during the fall. If you leave these behind the hunts can become a trip to camp for coffee instead of chasing that bugling bull. Highly recommended is a pair of leg gaiters, the high foliage on and off the trails you will be traveling will dampen your legs and boots in a hurry. This is a great light option instead of full rain pants. For further details refer to the gear list.
Weather in Colorado is like a coin flip. Be prepared for anything. More times than not there will be snow, cold temperatures, and wind. However, when the sun is out, you feel it. You are 10,000 ft above sea level. Temps will range from -20° to 70°. Refer to our gear list for further details.