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The trail passes through ponderosa pine, oak and aspen stands to a viewing platform overlooking the West Mancos Canyon. Horses, mountain bikes and motorized vehicles are not allowed. The easily graded gravel trail is handicapped accessible and offers spectacular views of the La Plata Mountains. Benches are provided along the way.

Directions: From Mancos, Colorado, Travel north on Colorado Highway 184 for 0.2 mile and turn east onto the West Mancos Road (Forest Road 561). Go 10.0 miles to the Transfer Campground. The trailhead, which is shared with the West Mancos Trail, is on your right, directly across from the campground.

Elevation: 8,900 feet

Ending Elevation: 8,940 feet

Elevation Gain: 40 feet

Usage: Moderate

Difficulty: Easy

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San Juan National Forest, Colorado

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