I decided, one Saturday last summer, to head back up to the Long Draw road area for another hike. I recently had done the Trap Park trail and wanted to see what else was in that little known (to me) area. Taking a look at the map I could see that not too much further up the road from the Trap Park trailhead was a nice looking stream called Corral Creek. It looked like there was an extensive set of open meadows along the creek. So, it should be nice hiking and the possibility of seeing moose. I got up to the area fairly early in the morning. A rather cool and cloudy morning, by the way. But, I had rain gear, so no big deal. One thing that seemed to be different about the creek, from looking at the map, was that there was no indication of a "trail". So I just went up and found a place to park on the road that was close to where the stream crossed. There was a small rise that I immediately had to get over. Looking back to the south, downstream, I could see the Big South Fork of the Poudre River canyon/valley. I think that is Comanche Peak in the distance.