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This trail accesses some of the finest deer and elk habitat in the country. It also provides scenic views of the Fryingpan Valley and Rocky Fork Creek.

This trail accesses some of the finest deer and elk habitat in the country. It also provides scenic views of the Fryingpan Valley and Rocky Fork Creek. The first part of the trail is steep but flattens out on top with a short downhill to Rocky Fork Creek. It is hard to follow on top.

Directions: From Carbondale, From Carbondale, drive east on Hwy. 82 to Basalt. Turn left into downtown Basalt and follow the Fryingpan River Road to the inlet of Ruedi Reservoir (about23 miles). Turn right onto the dirt road just after the bridge that crosses the river. Drive past the campground entrance and take the first dirt road to the left. Drive past the house, take the right fork and follow the road to the gate. Park here and be sure not to block the road or gate. This trail is restricted to non-motorized traffic only. The first part of this trail crosses private property, please respect their rights.

Elevation: 8,000 feet

Ending Elevation: 10,200 feet

Elevation Gain: 2,200 feet

Distance: 4.0 miles

Usage: Light

Difficulty: Moderate

 
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White River National Forest, Colorado


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