Devil Creek Wildlife Management Area-Fr Rd 627

Total Miles
1.4

Elevation

2,057.95 ft

Duration

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Technical Rating

2

Easy

Best Time

Spring, Summer, Fall

Trail Overview

The Devil Creek trail is a short trail leading to the 561 acre Devil Creek Wildlife Management area. Part way up the trail is a very interesting rock on your left. At the end of the trail is the parking area along with a few structures. Access past this point is by horse or foot only. There is no camping, fires or snowmobiles permitted in the WMA however there is one disturbed primitive campsite located outside the boundary. Fishing is permitted in Devil Creek along with hunting during season as allowed for deer, elk, rabbit, squirrel, dusky grouse, turkey and doves all with appropriate licenses. Picnicking and wildlife viewing are permitted in the WMA. https://cpw.state.co.us/learn/Maps/DevilCreekSWA_geo.pdf#search=devils%20creek

Photos of Devil Creek Wildlife Management Area-Fr Rd 627

Devil Creek Wildlife Management Area-Fr Rd 627
Devil Creek Wildlife Management Area-Fr Rd 627
Devil Creek Wildlife Management Area-Fr Rd 627

Difficulty

Were a couple of dips filled with water, otherwise easy driving for really any vehicle.

Technical Rating

2

Status Reports

There are no status reports yet for this trail.

Access Description

Trail head is a little hidden as you you have to make a hard right once entering the trail as it dips lower than the highway. Trail is about 18 miles west of Pagosa Springs on the north side of Highway 160.

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