Hiked up over Cupid to Grizzly from Loveland Pass for a sunset hike. Microspikes aren't needed as the snow is only in small patches that can easily just be walked over/around if need be but could be helpful to bring just in case. Most of the trail was very dry with all the snow windblown off to the east sides. It was VERY windy on top of "Point 12,915" but after heading down and up Cupid the wind died down a lot for the remainder of the hike. All the way to Cupid was super easy, the ridge down and over the bump was a little tricky in spots. Once over the 'bump' on the ridge the climb up Grizzly was a lot steeper than it seemed to be made out to be. Lots of loose gravel and loose large rocks too that made it difficult to get up (and back down) but the views were worth it!
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