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Lower Trout Creek

Teller County, Colorado


How to Get There

From Woodland Park: Head south out of town on Midland Ave/US-24 W approx 1.2 miles to Co Rd 25/Tranquil Rd/Trout Creek Rd. Stay on Co Rd 25/Tranquil Rd/Trout Creek Rd for approx 2.8 miles to trail head.

Detailed Description

Pin Point is for intersection of Wescreek Rd and CO-67 These trails lie within the area affected by the Hayman Burn, the largest wildfire in Colorado's recorded history, that took place in 2002. Many trails, including the Gulches, were closed while restoration was done, but now provide access to the stunning vista of the vegetation regrowth in the area. These trails lie within the area affected by the 2002 Hayman Burn, the largest wildfire in Colorado's recorded history. Many trails, including the Gulches, were closed during restoration but have since reopened and provide great views of the recovering landscape.

Adopted Trails

Trail System Information

Location: 38.98165, -105.106216667
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Nearest City: Woodland Park
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Best for: MotorcycleATVUTV

Note that not all of the trails in an area will be open to all vehicle types. Follow the Motor Vehicle Use Maps (MVUM)s and signage for the area and ride only on trails open to and wider than your OHV.

Maps/GPS files: PDF ZIP KMZ

Visit the Trail Maps page for download/print instructions, information about the Avenza App for PDF files, or a complete list of available maps!

More Info: Pikes Peak Ranger District (719) 636-1602
  Pike and San Isabel National Forests and Comanche National Grassland (719) 553-1400
  MVUM Page

Return to the OHV Trail Guide Map or Guide Index page.



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