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Sawyer Lake Trail

Sawyer Lake Trail

Connects: Twin Meadows (9,465 ft), Sawyer Lake (11,025 ft) Norrie, CO – Medium – 4.7 Mile – Hike, Run, Horseback Ride, Dog Friendly – Dirt Sawyer Lake Trail #1926 is an intermediate/moderate trail you can hike, run, and horseback ride

Posted in 4-7 Miles, 5 Miles, Basalt, Dirt, Dog Friendly, Hiking, Horseback Riding, Hunter-Fryingpan Wilderness, Medium, Meredith, Moderate, Nast, Norrie, Running, Trails

Sellar Coke Ovens

Sellar Coke Ovens

Connects: Hagerman Pass Road (FSR #105), Sellar Meadow (9,630 ft) Nast, CO – Coke Ovens The Sellar Coke Ovens are ruins of charcoal kilns that were built for refining charcoal. This is a site in Sellar Meadow, part of the

Posted in Basalt, Coke Ovens, Meredith, Nast, Norrie, Sites Tagged with: , ,

Sellar Meadow (9,630 ft)

Sellar Meadow

Connects: Hagerman Pass Road (FSR #105), Sellar Coke Ovens Nast, CO – Meadow Sellar Meadow (9,630 ft), also called Sellar Park, is a meadow that is part of the Coke Oven State Wildlife Area along Hagerman Pass Road (FSR #105)

Posted in Basalt, Meredith, Nast, Norrie, Sites, Viewing Area

Seven Castles Trail

Seven Castles

Basalt, CO – Hard – Hike – Rocky Seven Castles Trail is a very difficult trail you can hike and climb that follows Seven Castles Creek. This is an unmarked dangerous rocky trail and a fragile area in Basalt, CO.

Posted in 4-7 Miles, Basalt, Hard, Hiking, Rocky, Trails Tagged with:

Short Line Trail

Short Line Trail

Connects: North Fork Trail Basalt, CO – Medium – Hike, Run, Mountain Bike, Horseback Ride, Dog Friendly – Dirt Short Line Trail #1913.2 is an intermediate/moderate trail you can hike, run, mountain bike, and horseback ride that is dog friendly.

Posted in Basalt, Basalt Mountain, Carbondale, Dirt, Dog Friendly, Hiking, Medium, Moderate, Mountain Biking, Running, Trails

Skill Saw Trail

Skill Saw Trail

Connects: Prince Creek, Prince Creek Road (CR 5, 111), Creekside Trail, Monte Carlo Trail Carbondale, CO – Medium – 0.50 Mile – Hike, Run, Mountain Bike, Dog Friendly – Dirt Skill Saw Trail, also known as Lower Creek Side, is

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

Skull Bucket Trail

Skull Bucket Trail

Connects: Prince Creek, Prince Creek Road (CR 5, 111), Creekside Trail, Skill Saw Trail Carbondale, CO – Hard – 1.75 Miles – Hike, Run, Mountain Bike, Dog Friendly – Dirt Skull Bucket Trail is a difficult trail you can hike,

Posted in 1-3 Miles, 2 Miles, Basalt, Carbondale, Difficult, Dirt, Dog Friendly, Hiking, Mountain Biking, Prince Creek Trail System, Running, The Crown, Trails

South Fork Fryingpan Trail

South Fork Fryingpan Trail

Connects: Nast Lake Trail, Nast Lake (8,700 ft), Granite Lakes Trail, Chapman Lake (9,785 ft) Meredith, CO – Medium – 1 Mile – Hike, Run, Dog Friendly – Dirt South Fork Fryingpan Trail #1924 is an intermediate/moderate trail you can

Posted in 1 Mile, 1-3 Miles, Basalt, Dirt, Dog Friendly, Hiking, Hunter-Fryingpan Wilderness, Medium, Meredith, Moderate, Norrie, Ruedi Reservoir, Running, Trails Tagged with: ,

South Fork Pass Trail

South Fork Pass Trail

Connects: Norrie Road (FSR #504), Deadman Lake (10,965 ft), South Fork Pass (11,730 ft), Lost Man Trail Norrie Colony, Aspen, CO – Medium – 4.5 Miles – Hike, Run, Horseback Ride, Dog Friendly – Dirt South Fork Pass Trail #1940

Posted in 4 Miles, 4-7 Miles, Basalt, Dirt, Dog Friendly, Hiking, Horseback Riding, Hunter-Fryingpan Wilderness, Independence Pass, Medium, Meredith, Moderate, Ruedi Reservoir, Running, Trails

Southside Trail

Southside Trail

Connects: Highway 82, Southside Drive, Southside Park, Rio Grande Trail, Basalt High School Trail Basalt, CO – Easy – Less Than A Mile – Walk, Run, Dog Friendly – Paved The Southside Trail is an easy trail you can walk

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

Spring Park Reservoir

Spring Park Reservoir

Basalt, CO – Reservoir Spring Park Reservoir is a reservoir in the Missouri Heights area near Basalt, CO. It is one of 54 Important Bird Areas (IBA) designated by the Audubon Society in Colorado. This reservoir is private property and

Posted in Basalt, Birding, El Jebel, Reservoir, Sites, Water Tagged with:

Strawberry Rock

Strawberry Rock

Connects: Fryingpan River, Frying Pan Road (CR 104), Old Wagon Road, Toner Creek Road Basalt, CO – Rock Strawberry Rock is a rock on the Fryingpan River with a short dirt path to the big rock. This is a site

Posted in Basalt, Rock, Sites, Viewing Area, Water

Swinging Bridge

Swinging Bridge

Connects: Fryingpan River, Riverside Trail, Basalt Historical Walking Tour Basalt, CO – Bridge Swinging Bridge is an old bridge that spans the Fryingpan River in downtown Basalt, CO. More information about Swinging Bridge can be found at: Basalt Regional Heritage

Posted in Basalt, Bridge, Historic, Sites

Taylor Creek Road (FSR #510)

Taylor Creek Road

Connects: Red Table Road (FSR #514), Red Table Trail Basalt, CO – Medium – 6 Miles – Hike, Run, Mountain Bike, Horseback Ride, Dog Friendly – Dirt Taylor Creek Road (FSR #510) is an intermediate/moderate road you can hike, run,

Posted in 4-7 Miles, 6 Miles, Basalt, Carbondale, Dirt, Dog Friendly, Hiking, Horseback Riding, Medium, Moderate, Mountain Biking, Red Table Mountain, Running, Trails

Tellurium Lake (10,570 ft)

Connects: Tellurium Lake Trail Thomasville, CO – Lake Tellurium Lake (10,570 ft) is an alpine lake in the Holy Cross Wilderness accessed by the Tellurium Lake Trail. This is a lake near Thomasville, CO. More information about Tellurium Lake Trail

Posted in Basalt, Holy Cross Wilderness, Lake, Meredith, Nast, Sites, Thomasville

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