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Bartlett Trail

Basics
Location:
30 miles south of Pueblo
Setting:
Mountainous
Length:
24.2 mile roundtrip
Difficulty:
Intermediate
Time:
2 days
Trailhead Elevation:
8000 feet
Elevation Change:
3600 feet
Season:
Summer - Fall

Description

The Bartlett Trail is about 12.1 miles long starting elevation is 8,000 feet and gains 3,580 feet to 11,580 feet elevation. The South Apache Trail ties into the Bartlett Trail. This trail is moderate for hiking.

Details

Location:
30 miles south of Pueblo
Setting:
Mountainous
Length:
24.2 mile roundtrip
Difficulty:
Intermediate
Time:
2 days
Trailhead Elevation:
8000
Elevation Change:
3600
Season:
Summer - Fall
Useful Map(s):
USGS Quads: San Isabel and Hayden Butte

Map + Directions

Basic Directions

The first Trailhead is located near the town of Rye, Colorado (Rye is 30 miles south of Pueblo) southwest of State Highway 165. Head West through the town of Rye on main street, then left on Boulder, Then left on Graneros road, right on Hunter, then right on Baxter.

The second Trailhead is located off Forest Service Road # 369. To get to F.S. #369 travel on State Highway 165 to Ophir Creek Forest Service Road # 360. Travel on F.S. Road #360 for 12 miles, then left on Greenhorn Road F.S. #369 to the end of the road which is about 17 miles.


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