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Waldorf Trail



Waldorf Trail has a couple of branches, depending on your mood. The left branch, which runs along the creek, is quite rocky and runs into a stream crossing or two. The main road is quite easy, a slightly rutted, slightly rocky ridge road that you can drive without 4WD if you choose. The scenery is gorgeous and you can find a hiking trail or few at the top.



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Basic Directions
    From Denver
  • Take I-70 westward until you reach exit 228 in Georgetown.
  • Follow the signs to Guanella Pass Road (or CR 381) and climb the road for 3.5 miles.
  • Turn right at the corner of a sharp curve onto CR 352/FR 248, which is Waldorf Road.
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