Devil’s Canyon Area

LEVEL: EASY | DISTANCE: 10 MI TRAIL NETWORK ELEVATION START/HIGH: 10,327’/10,415’ ABOUT: Devils Canyon is a vast network of forest service roads and OHV trails. Most spurs come to a dead end, but present interesting challenges along the way. The first section is fairly steep but easy climb. The area is possible to run as […]

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Echo Lake

LEVEL: EASY | DISTANCE: 0.75 MI ONE WAY ELEVATION START/HIGH/GAIN: 10,600’/10,661’/90’ ABOUT: Enjoyed year round, this trail offers an easy, relaxing walk around the south side of Echo Lake with beautiful scenery. This trail also provides access to Chicago Lakes Trail #52 for those interested in continuing their journey to Summit Lake. Bicycles are not […]

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Floyd Hill Open Space

LEVEL: EASY/INTERMEDIATE | DISTANCE: 1.3 MI TRAIL NETWORK ELEVATION START/HIGH/GAIN: 7,931’/8,335’/466’ ABOUT: An existing 1.3 mile “necktie loop” route created by combining new single track with old wagon roads provides visitors with fantastic views of the surrounding area and access higher up on Floyd Hill, where hikers and mtn bikers can continue exploring the area […]

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Grays & Torreys Peaks (Trail #54)

LEVEL: ADVANCED | DISTANCE: 8 MI RT ELEVATION START/HIGH/GAIN: 11,236’/14,260’/3,765’ ABOUT: Grays & Torreys 14’ers are situated very close together on the continental divide, and normally combined into a single day hike. Bikes are not allowed. Grays is the highest point on the Continental Divide, providing fantastic views of the surrounding area. Weekend usage is […]

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Herman Gulch (Trail #98)

LEVEL: INTERMEDIATE | DISTANCE: 6.4 MI RT ELEVATION START/HIGH/GAIN: 10,294’/12,012’/1,853’ ABOUT: A former sawmill road up Herman Gulch at a moderate grade, but steepens significantly to Herman Lake above tree line. Trail winds its way through forest, wildflower meadows and creeks, with occasional bighorn sheep or mountain goat sightings. Heavily trafficked during the summer weekends. […]

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