Red Table Trail

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Connects: Taylor Creek Road (FSR #510), Basalt Mountain Trail, Cattle Creek Trail

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Red Table Trail

Red Table Trail on Red Table Mountain

Basalt, CO – Hard – 5 Miles – Hike, Run, Mountain Bike, Horseback Ride, Dog Friendly – Dirt

Red Table Trail #1909 is a difficult trail you can hike, run, mountain bike, and horseback ride that is dog friendly. To protect calving elk, this trail should not be ridden or have dogs on it from November 10 – June 21. This is a 5 mile dirt trail in non-wilderness near Basalt, CO.

Trailhead to Basalt Mountain Trail and Cattle Creek Trail – 9 Miles
Trailhead to Red Table Road (FSR #514) on Taylor Creek Road (FSR #510) – 2.9 Miles

More information about Red Table Trail can be found at:
White River National Forest – Red Table Trail #1909 (Hiking and Biking)

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Matthew Welles
Matthew Welles
3 years ago

We were headed to hike it, never did. About 6 miles in the road deteriorates. Somewhere after 11 miles is the turn. We got a little lost about 2.5 miles in. Ran out of time, 90 minutes of driving. Went back to the Lone Pine trail.

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