Aztec Peak GP

Total Miles
6.7

Elevation

2357.71 ft

Duration

Hours

Technical Rating

1

Easy

Best Time

Spring, Summer, Fall

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Trail Overview

Aztec Peak trail is an easy road to a fire tower at the top of a 7,748' mountain. The road follows Workman Creek while accessing several Forest Service recreation areas and trailheads. Almost any vehicle can do this road. There is a Forest Service gate part way up the trail that can be closed when snow blocks the road. A couple of people from the area told us the gate is left open when the road is open. Workman Creek Falls can be spectacular when there is a heavy flow of water. Below the waterfall, Workman Creek is stocked twice a year during the early part of summer. Above the falls, the creek supports a small naturally-reproducing population of rainbow trout. There are no native fish found in Workman Creek at this time. You will find "Flintstone Village" just before you get to the tower.

Difficulty

Easy

Technical Rating

1