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Mavreeso trail is used by hikers, horseback and trail bikers, as well as hunters to access the popular Nipple Mountain area.

This trail is named for the friendly Ute war chief Ma-ver-e-so who camped many summers on the head of the canyon. Mavreeso trail is used by hikers, horseback and trail bikers, as well as hunters to access the popular Nipple Mountain area. Initially you pass through an aspen forest. Drawing closer to the grassy meadows brings you into oakbrush territory.

Directions: From Dolores, Colorado, Take Highway 145 north approximately 14.0 miles to Forest Road 535 (Dunton Road). Take 535 north 5.0 miles to Forest Road 532 (Cottonwood Road). Proceed on 532 about 3.0 miles. The trailhead is posted on the east (right) side just before Cottonwood Spring.

Elevation: 8,070 feet

Ending Elevation: 9,000 feet

Elevation Gain: 930 feet

Distance: 2.5 miles

Usage: Moderate

 
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San Juan National Forest, Colorado


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