Beaver Creek

Total Miles
3.9

Elevation

3,199.77 ft

Duration

1 Hours

Technical Rating

3

Easy

Best Time

Spring, Summer, Fall

Trail Overview

The trail begins through private property, respect the beaver ponds and stay out at the beginning of the trail. Once out of the private property, the trail begins going uphill into wooded pines. Immediately camping spots are available and accessible for small trailers (until Lininger Cutoff FS 811B). Trail has some rocks around 6' - 8' of travel with some tree roots. Once at the intersection with Lininger Cutoff (FS 811B), the trail develops large ruts on both tire tracks deeper than 6'. This can cause the belly of the vehicle to drag, best advised to have some skid plates covering the oil pan. Larger rocks 8'-12' on the trail in aspen groves. The trail passes the old turn-off to the natural spring, which is now closed off to vehicles, before going up a slight hill to the turn-around spot. This trail is closed seasonally from 1 January - 15 May.

Photos of Beaver Creek

Beaver Creek
Beaver Creek
Beaver Creek

Difficulty

Some rocks are 8' - 12' high. The ruts were deeper than 6' which caused the belly of a stock 4runner to rub.

Technical Rating

3

Status Reports

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Access Description

Turn off U.S. Highway 285 on Park County Road 60. This route also takes you to Redcone Trail and Webster Pass. Continue down County Road 60 till you reach the sign for Beaver Creek on your left.

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