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The Service Creek Trail traverses the Sarvice Creek Wilderness from east to west.

The Service Creek Trail provides hiking and horse access, east-west through the middle of the Sarvice Creek Wilderness. It can be accessed from either the west or east end of the trail. Those hiking can expect to meet horses especially on heavy use weekends and during big game hunting season. The Sarvice Creek Trail can be used with the Silver Creek Trail as a loop system.

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As humans, we must minimize our impacts to help preserve this resource for present and future generations.

Directions: From Yampa, East Trailhead (Buffalo Pass): Follow State Hwy 131, 9.3 miles south to State Hwy 134. Follow 134 east 11 miles to Forest Road 250. Follow 250 north, 9 miles to Forest Road 100. Follow 100 north, 8.5 miles to trailhead.

Elevation: 7,004 feet

Ending Elevation: 9,240 feet

Elevation Gain: 2,236 feet

Usage: Heavy

Difficulty: Moderate

 
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Medicine Bow and Routt National Forests, Wyoming


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