Connects: Ruedi Reservoir, Forest Service Road #528
Basalt, CO – Medium – 10.75 Miles – Hike, Run, Mountain Bike, Horseback Ride, Dog Friendly – Dirt
Rocky Fork Trail #1931 is an intermediate/moderate trail you can hike, run, mountain bike and horseback ride that is dog friendly. This is a 10.75 mile dirt trail in Basalt, CO.
To get to the trailhead from Downtown Basalt, travel 13 miles up Frying Pan Road to the Rocky Fork Day Use Area. Turn right at the sign (the sign is also on the right, below Ruedi Dam before the hill up to Ruedi Reservoir). Take the first right and cross a small bridge, then turn left. Drive 1 mile on the dirt road, the Frying Pan River will be on your left. You will pass Ruedi Dam and the road will dead end at the trailhead. There is a restroom at the parking area.
More information about the Rocky Fork Trail can be found at:
White River National Forest – Rocky Fork Trail #1931 (Hiking and Biking)