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Mammoth Gulch

Basics
Location:
15 miles northwest of Idaho Springs
Surface:
Dirt
Vehicle Type:
ATV,
4wd Vehicle
Length:
8 miles
Difficulty:
Beginner
Time:
1 to 1.5 hours
Season:
Mid-summer to fall

Description

The Mammoth Gulch Road is fairly easy and not very steep. It continues up the valley for two miles until closed by a gate on private property. The Nebraska Hill Road forks right (north) just after it leaves County Road 4N. It is a mile long to its end at the site of the old reservoir where there is good fishing and camping. A half mile farther west on 4N, the Baltimore Ridge Road turns left (south) and climbs a mile up to an old mining area.

Details

Location:
15 miles northwest of Idaho Springs
Surface:
Dirt
Setting:
Alpine valley
Vehicle Type:
ATV
4wd Vehicle
Length:
8 miles
Difficulty:
Beginner
Time:
1 to 1.5 hours
Season:
Mid-summer to fall

Map + Directions

Basic Directions
From the north, take CO 119 south of Nederland to County Road 16 (East Portal Rd.) to County Road 4N (Mammoth Gulch Rd.) then 1.5 miles to FDR 176. From the south take County Road 4 (Apex Road), from CO 119 near Clear Falls, two miles north of Blackhawk.
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