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Emma Trail

Emma Trail

Connects: Emma Overlook, Rio Grande Trail, Emma Store Buildings, Downtown Basalt-Willits Trail, Emma Schoolhouse, Emma Bridge News about the Emma Trail can be found at: The Aspen Times (August 2, 2017) – Newcomers take wing in Emma, Colorado The Aspen

Posted in 1 Mile, 1-3 Miles, Basalt, Dog Friendly, Easy, Fat Biking, Paved, Road Biking, Running, Snow, Trails, Walking Tagged with:

English Trim Trail

English Trim Trail

Connects: Prince Creek, BLM Road 8320, Porcupine Trail Carbondale, CO – Easy – 0.25 Miles – Hike, Run, Mountain Bike, Dog Friendly – Dirt English Trim Trail is an easy trail you can hike, run and mountain bike that is

Posted in 1-3 Miles, Basalt, Carbondale, Dirt, Dog Friendly, Easy, Hiking, Less Than A Mile, Mountain Biking, Prince Creek Trail System, Running, The Crown, Trails

FAA Radar Tower

FAA Radar Tower

Connects: Red Table Road (FSR #514) Basalt, CO – Viewing Area The FAA Radar Tower on Red Table Mountain is a structure accessed along Red Table Road (FSR #514). View Larger Map

Posted in Basalt, Carbondale, Red Table Mountain, Sites, Viewing Area Tagged with:

Fairview Cemetery

Fairview Cemetery

Connects: Cemetery Road Basalt, CO – Cemetery Fairview Cemetery, also referred to as Basalt Cemetery, is cemetery in Basalt, CO. Dogs are not allowed. View Larger Map

Posted in Basalt, Cemetery, Sites

Father of Ginormous Trail (Downhill Only)

Father of Ginormous Trail

Connects: The Crown, Prince Creek, BLM Road 8320, Ginormous Trail, Porcupine Trail Carbondale, CO – Hard – 2.3 Miles – Hike, Run, Mountain Bike, Dog Friendly – Dirt Father of Ginormous Trail is a difficult downhill trail you can hike,

Posted in 1-3 Miles, Basalt, Carbondale, Dirt, Dog Friendly, Hard, Hiking, Less Than A Mile, Mountain Biking, Running, Trails

Frying Pan Coke Ovens (Fryingpan Kilns)

fryingpan coke ovens

Connects: Basalt Historical Walking Tour, Arbaney Park, Arbaney Barn, Arbaney Residence Basalt, CO – Coke Ovens The Frying Pan Coke Ovens, or Fryingpan Kilns, are seven kilns that were built in 1884 by the Aspen Silver Company due to demand

Posted in Basalt, Coke Ovens, Sites Tagged with: , , , , , ,

Frying Pan Road (CR 104)

Frying Pan Road

Connects: Basalt State Wildlife Area, Strawberry Rock, Old Wagon Road, Toner Creek Road, Frying Pan Spring, Rocky Fork Day Use Area, Toilet Bowl, Ruedi Reservoir, Ruedi Trail, Meredith (7,830 ft), Thomasville (7,980 ft), Thomasville Lime Kilns, Eagle-Thomasville Road (FSR #400),

Posted in 8-10+ Miles, Basalt, Leadville, Medium, Meredith, Moderate, More Than 10 Miles, Nast, Norrie, Paved, Road Biking, Ruedi Reservoir, Trails Tagged with: ,

Frying Pan Spring

Frying Pan Spring

Connects: Frying Pan Road (CR 104) Basalt, CO – Water The Frying Pan Spring is a fresh Rocky Mountain spring water source along Frying Pan Road (CR 104) in Basalt, CO. To get to the spring from Downtown Basalt travel

Posted in Basalt, Sites, Water Tagged with: , ,

Fryingpan Lakes Road (FSR #505)

Fryingpan Lakes Road

Connects: Frying Pan Road (CR 104), Hagerman Pass Road (FSR #105), Lily Pad Lake Trail, Marten Creek Trail, Fryingpan Lakes Trail More information about Fryingpan Lakes Road (FSR #505) can be found at: www.hutski.com – Fryingpan Drainage Trailheads View Larger

Posted in 8-10+ Miles, Basalt, Classic XC Skiing, Dirt, Dog Friendly, Fat Biking, Hiking, Horseback Riding, Hunter-Fryingpan Wilderness, Medium, Meredith, Moderate, More Than 10 Miles, Mountain Biking, Nast, Nordic (XC Ski), Norrie, Running, Snowshoeing, Trails Tagged with: , ,

Fryingpan Lakes Trail

Fryingpan Lakes Trail

Connects: Fryingpan Lakes Road (FSR #505), Lily Pad Lake Trail, Marten Creek Trail, Fryingpan Lakes (11,020 ft) Nast, CO – Medium – 4.5 Miles – Hike, Run, Horseback Ride, Dog Friendly – Dirt Fryingpan Lakes Trail is an intermediate/moderate trail

Posted in 4 Miles, 4-7 Miles, Basalt, Dirt, Dog Friendly, Hiking, Horseback Riding, Hunter-Fryingpan Wilderness, Medium, Meredith, Moderate, Nast, Norrie, Ruedi Reservoir, Running, Trails Tagged with: , ,

Fryingpan Overlook (8,290 ft)

Fryingpan Overlook

Connects: Arbaney Traverse, Arbaney Kittle Trail, Arbaney Kittle West Trail Basalt, CO – Viewing Area The Fryingpan Overlook (8,290 ft) is a scenic overlook of the Fryingpan Valley and popular turn around point on the Arbaney Kittle Trail in Basalt,

Posted in Basalt, Sites, Viewing Area

Gasline Trail

Gasline Trail

Basalt, CO – Easy – Less Than A Mile – Walk, Run, Dog Friendly – Dirt Gasline Trail is an easy trail you can walk or run that is dog friendly. This is a short dirt connector trail linking Two

Posted in 1-3 Miles, Basalt, Dirt, Dog Friendly, Easy, Less Than A Mile, Running, Trails, Walking

Geronimo Bike Park (Private)

Connects: Highway 82, Tree Farm Basalt, CO – Bike Park The Geronimo Bike Park, also called the Tree Farm Bike Course, is a private difficult course for mountain biking. This is a bike park on private land in El Jebel,

Posted in Basalt, Bike Park, Course, El Jebel, Sites Tagged with: ,

Ginormous Trail

Ginormous Trail

Connects: Prince Creek, Father of Ginormous Trail (Downhill Only), Porcupine Trail, Monte Carlo Trail Carbondale, CO – Medium – 0.30 Miles – Hike, Run, Mountain Bike, Dog Friendly – Dirt Ginormous Trail is an intermediate/moderate downhill only trail you can

Posted in 1-3 Miles, Basalt, Carbondale, Dirt, Dog Friendly, Hiking, Less Than A Mile, Medium, Moderate, Mountain Biking, Prince Creek Trail System, Running, The Crown, Trails

Glassier (Bike/Hike) Trail

Glassier Trail

Connects: Rio Grande Trail, Glassier Open Space, Glassier Trail, Glassier (Horse/Hike) Trail, The Crown Basalt, CO – Medium – 1.9 Miles – Hike, Run, Mountain Bike – Dirt Glassier (Bike/Hike) Trail is an intermediate/moderate trail you can hike, run, and

Posted in 1-3 Miles, 2 Miles, Basalt, Dirt, Hiking, Medium, Moderate, Mountain Biking, Running, The Crown, Trails

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