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Willow Creek / Snyder Creek

Jackson County, Colorado


 
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Willow Creek / Snyder Creek
 

How to Get There

From Walden: Head South on Main Street and Follow CO-125 south out of town about 27 miles. Turn Right at Forest Service Rd 106. From Granby: Head West on Agate Ave (US-40) about 3 miles. Turn Right on CO-125. Follow about 26 miles north. Turn Left at Forest Service Rd 106. From Gould: Head SW on JCR 21 about 3 miles. Parking near Pines Campground. Trailhead for 1227.

Detailed Description

Good Map: Trails Illustrated #115 "Rand and Stillwater Pass" 1226: rocky single and dual track through woods with higher elevation 1227: rocky single and dual track through woods with lower elevation 1228: rocky single and dual track This trail system has many different loops and sections of mainly intermediate trails in the Rand and Gould area. The trails immediately to the east of Colorado Highway 125 and north of FR 106 are predominantly easy with a few intermediate short sections. The sections to the west of 125 and south of 106 are mostly intermediate with a few moderately difficult sections. The trails south of Gould and north of County Road 21 are split between some intermediate sections and some advanced sections. This trail system has something for everyone. This trail system has many different loops and sections of mainly intermediate trails in the Rand and Gould area. The trails immediately to the east of Colorado Highway 125 and north of FR 106 are predominantly easy with a few intermediate short sections. The sections to the west of 125 and south of 106 are mostly intermediate with a few moderately difficult sections. The trails south of Gould and north of County Road 21 are split between some intermediate sections and some advanced sections. This trail system has something for everyone. This trail system has many different loops and sections of mainly intermediate trails in the Rand and Gould area, but this trail system truly has something for everyone, with varied riding opportunities. This trail system near Rand consists mostly of loops of intermediate level singletrack. The trails to the northeast are predominantly easy with a few intermediate short sections. The southwestern trails are mostly intermediate with a few moderately difficult sections.

Adopted Trails

Trail System Information

Location: 40.392, -106.127116667
Location is:
Nearest City: Rand, Walden, Gould
Difficulty (1-10): 7-8
Distance (mi): 66.9
Time (hh:mm): 04:00
Lowest Elevation (ft): 8500
Highest Elevation (ft): 10500
Best for: Motorcycle

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 Map 1 Map 2

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: Parks Ranger District (970) 723-2700
  Routt National Forest (307) 745-2300
  MVUM Page

Nearby Trails

Trail Name   Trail Width Length (mi)
Aqua Fria   ATV   3.1
Bear Draw OHV Loop   ATV   3.4
Camp Creek OHV   ATV   3.1
Grizzley-Helena   ATV   0.79
Grizzley-Helena   ATV   10.75
Grizzley-Helena   Motorcycle   18.46
Illinois Ditch Trail   ATV   4.22
Illinois Pass   ATV   1.87
Jack Park   Motorcycle   1.9
Never Summer   Motorcycle   1.8
Parkview Creek   Motorcycle   7.75
Percy Lake   ATV   2.8
Porcupine   Motorcycle   2.87
Radial Mountain   Motorcycle   3
Radial Mountain   Motorcycle   5.65
Radial Mountain   Motorcycle   13.35
Radial Mountain Moto 1A   Motorcycle   0.27
Rainbow Lakes   Motorcycle   0.6
Sidewinder   Motorcycle   2.41
Snyder Creek Loop   Motorcycle   24.4
Snyder Creek Loop   Motorcycle   11.43
Snyder Creek Loop   Motorcycle   13.4
Whiskey Draw   Motorcycle   0.75
Willow Pass   Motorcycle   2

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Stay The Trail Colorado was Awarded the 2013 Outstanding Trail Sharing Award
American Trails

This award recognizes innovative & successful trail sharing efforts, programs, & systems.


American Trails' 21st National Trails Awards Program honors people and programs at the 21st American Trails International Symposium. The awards celebration was held at Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation, Arizona, April 16, 2013.

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