The first part of this trail follows a valley floor, winding back and forth across a rocky creek. The second half climbs out of the valley and crosses flat forest land. The flat area has many fun side roads to explore and plenty of camp spots for large camping units. Makes a great weekend getaway for ATVs, UTVs and dirt bikes. This trail can be combined in a sequence with Kelly Flats and Bald Mountain Road. (Both available as eGuides from FunTreks on EveryTrail.) Closed April16 to June 14 according to 2010 MVUM. Located in Roosevelt National Forest. For current conditions call Canyon Lakes Ranger District (970) 295-6700.
Moderate. Rocky, muddy and washed out in places, but nothing overwhelmingly difficult. Aggressive, high-clearance SUVs can do it with patience and careful tire placement.
This trail is one of 80 trails from the book Guide to Northern Colorado Backroads & 4WD Trails, 3rd Edition
, by FunTreks Publishing, available at http://www.funtreks.com
Large campers should enter from the north end of this trail off Road 162. Dispersed camp spots along Sevenmile Creek require 4-wheel-drive vehicle.
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