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Basics
Length:
0.24 miles
Difficulty:
Difficult

Description

A short trail does not always amount to a quick one. You may just about be able to see the end of Independence Trail from the beginning, but there's nothing quick about this climb and haul. The trail is home to "Bunker Hill," which is actually a two-obstacle obstacle. It begins at a granite "waterfall," which is a very tricky descent and an ascent that can easily spill your vehicle when you come back down the trail. The second part of Bunker Hill involves rocks - huge rocks. Drive careful.
Length:
0.24 miles
Difficulty:
Difficult
Basic Directions
    From Colorado Springs
  • Take I-25 south, taking the Tejon Exit (exit 140).
  • Take a right on Nevada Avenue and follow the signs to Highway 115.
  • You'll drive Highway 115 for 32 miles.
  • Take a right on 3rd Street, just before you reach Penrose. Follow the signs again, this time to Brush Hollow Reservoir.
  • Take a right on E Street (or County Road 127). Continue on this street. You'll pass two cattle guards and climb into the trees. Look for the entrance to Independence Trail to your left.
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