The trail from Glen Haven is the easiest to the summit. Starting at 7200 feet, the summit is 2050 vertical feet and 4 miles from the trailhead. From Access #1, the trail begins 100 feet above the Devils Gulch Road. A large Crosier Mountain. Trail sign begins the gently switchbacks stretch of trail.
The longest approach to the summit is Access #3, with 5 miles and 2850 vertical feet to gain.
Directions: From Loveland, Access #1: Travel west on Highway 34 approximately 15 miles to County Road 43, then travel north 8 miles to the site. Just west of the livery stables, there is a dirt road going south marked by a "Crosier Mtn Trail" sign. Park your vehicle off the highway and keep roadways clear. Access #2: Travel west on Highway 34 approximately 15 miles to County Road 43, then travel 6.5 miles to the trailhead. There is a large gravel cut on the south side of the road. A trail sign sits just up the hill from a gate.Access #3: Travel west on Highway 34 to County Road 43, then travel north 2.5 miles to the trailhead. Look for a small metal gate on the south side of the road. There is a small parking area near the gate.
Elevation: 7,200 feet
Ending Elevation: 9,250 feet
Elevation Gain: 2,050 feet
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