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Crags Trail

Basics
Location:
Northwest of Colorado Springs
Setting:
Mountainous
Length:
3 mile roundtrip
Difficulty:
Intermediate
Time:
1.5 to 2 hours
Trailhead Elevation:
10100 feet
Elevation Change:
800 feet
Season:
Best in Summer

Description

Foot and horse trail. Motorized vehicles are prohibited. This trail is a moderately difficult 1.5 mile trail with an elevation change of 800 feet.

This trail leads to "The Crags", a group of rock pinnacle formations. This is a good cross country ski trail.

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Details

Location:
Northwest of Colorado Springs
Setting:
Mountainous
Length:
3 mile roundtrip
Difficulty:
Intermediate
Time:
1.5 to 2 hours
Trailhead Elevation:
10100
Elevation Change:
800
Season:
Best in Summer
Useful Map(s):
USGS Quads: Pikes Peak
Additional Details:
Drinking water is not readily available. Water from streams should be treated before use. Hikers are advised to carry an adequate supply.

Map + Directions

Basic Directions

SECTION OF TRAIL BETWEEN FDT #667 AND FDT #701. 1. From Colorado Springs, take Hwy 24, through Woodland Park, to Divide. Turn south on Hwy 67. Drive 4 miles. Turn left on Forest Service Rd. #383. Approximately 2.5 miles down the road is the Crags Campground and trailhead. Parking is available at the east end of the campground and this is where the trail begins.


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