No Name Trail (Jess Weaver Trail)

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Connects: Glenwood Canyon, Glenwood Canyon Trail, Grizzly Creek Trail, East No Name Trail, Forest Service Road #631

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No Name Trail

The road to No Name Trail also called Jess Weaver Trail

Glenwood Springs, CO – Medium – 8 Miles – Hike, Run, Dog Friendly – Dirt

The No Name Trail, or Jess Weaver Trail, is an intermediate/moderate trail you can hike and run that is dog friendly. The trail is named after Jess Weaver, a distinguished rancher who lived in the area and died in No Name Creek. This is an 8 mile dirt trail in Glenwood Springs, CO.

To get to the trailhead, from Glenwood Springs go east on Interstate 70 about 2 miles to No Name Exit 119. Turn left and head over I-70 on No Name Lane. Continue about half a mile to the parking area and sign for Jess Weaver Trail. The trail begins up the road past the gate.

Parking Area up the road to the Water Plant – 0.4 Miles
Parking Area to No Name Creek Bridge Crossing – 3.25 Miles
No Name Creek Bridge Crossing to No Name Trail/East No Name Trail Split – 1.6 Miles

More information about No Name Trail can be found at:
White River National Forest – No Name Trail FDT #1847 (Hiking)

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8 years ago

The parking area is a little confusing. The trail starts up the dirt road, you’ll pass a private home and it goes up past a municipal water site, then becomes a hiking trail.

G. Katz
G. Katz
7 years ago
Reply to  Gloria

The distances given for the trail are confusing. We took the trail adjacent to the river which came to a dead end maybe 2 miles max after we began the hike. We found another trail that headed up at a switch back above the lower trail near the dead endl. Is that the trail that leads to the bridge ? Also, some descriptions of the trail speak of going from bank to bank.As far as we went (total about 2 and 1/2 hours in and out, we saw no means of crossing the river safely. Still, a great trail. Comments… Read more »

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7 years ago
Reply to  G. Katz

Yes, this trail has a couple confusing spurs, the trail isn’t marked very well at all. Here’s more detail. The trail follows the creek closely for the first 1.2 miles from the parking area, then there’s a 0.1 spur (to the right) that leads to the remains of a bridge crossing of sorts above the creek. The trail continues above the switchbacks and in 2 miles crosses No Name Creek at a bridge. There are 2 other spurs in that 2 miles, but neither takes you more than 0.1 from the main trail. Past the bridge the trail travels with… Read more »

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