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Middle Thompson Creek Road (FSR #306)

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Connects: Lake Ridge Lakes Loop, South Thompson Creek Road (FSR #305), Middle Thompson Trail, Lake Ridge Lakes Trail, Dexter Park Trail, South Branch Trail

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Middle Thompson Creek Road (FSR #306)

The split to Middle Thompson Creek Road (FSR #306) on the right off of South Thompson Creek Road (FSR #305)

Carbondale, CO – Medium – 5 Miles – Hike, Run, Mountain Bike, Horseback Ride, Dog Friendly – Dirt

Middle Thompson Creek Road (FSR #306), also called South Branch Middle Thompson Creek Road, is an intermediate/moderate road you can hike, run, mountain bike, and horseback ride that is dog friendly. This is a 5 mile dirt road in the Thompson Divide near Carbondale, CO.

To get to Middle Thompson Creek Road (FSR #306) from Carbondale, travel 6.5 miles up Thompson Creek Road (CR 108) from the Colorado Rocky Mountain School and bridge crossing the Crystal River. Turn left on the unmarked dirt road where there is a large dirt turnaround area, this is South Thompson Creek Road (FSR #305). Follow the road for 3.7 miles to a left/right split. The road on the right is Middle Thompson Creek Road (FSR #306).

Thompson Creek Road (CR 108)/South Thompson Creek Road (FSR #305) Intersection to Middle Thompson Creek Road (FSR #306) – 3.7 Miles
South Thompson Creek Road (FSR #305)/Middle Thompson Creek Road (FSR #306) Intersection to Middle Thompson Trail – 2.3 Miles

More information about Middle Thompson Creek Road (FSR #306) can be found at:
White River National Forest – Thompson Creek Road #305 & #306 (4WD)

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Posted in 4-7 Miles, 5 Miles, Carbondale, Dirt, Dog Friendly, Hiking, Horseback Riding, Medium, Moderate, Mountain Biking, Running, Thompson Divide, Trails

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