- About 10 miles northwest of Gunnison
- 35 miles
- Aerobic Difficulty:
- Time To Allow:
- 4 to 6 hours
- Elevation Change:
- 2600 feet
- Early Summer to Fall
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This beautiful trail winds its way through a variety of terrain types as it follows old jeep roads through this scenic area. There is very little vehicle traffic, so riders can concentrate on the outstanding views of the Gunnison Valley and the West Elk Wilderness. The trail contains some steep segments with loose rock, and access roads are muddy and slippery when wet.
About 10 miles northwest of Gunnison
Time To Allow:
4 to 6 hours
Early Summer to Fall
Map + Directions
From Gunnison, go north on Highway 135 about 3.25 miles to the Ohio Creek Road. Turn west and proceed about 2.5 miles to Wiley Lane (County Road 818), then take Wiley Lane about 3.5 miles to the trailhead. No signs are posted, but a large parking area is available just off the road.