Foreign (FS 811)

Total Miles
1.7

Elevation

3,153.90 ft

Duration

0.5 Hours

Technical Rating

3

Easy

Best Time

Spring, Summer, Fall

Trail Overview

Foreign (FS 811) is another trail within the Kenosha Pass trail network. This trail offers access right off County Rd 124 from US HWY 285. Begin from County Rd 124, the trail is 2 vehicles wide passing through aspens groves and beaver ponds along Hoosier Creek. Good brook trout fishing in these beaver ponds. Couple of designated camping spot along the route which offer large open areas to park trailers and offload ATVs. At the junction with Lininger Ditch (FS 811A) stay to the left crossing Hoosier Creek and the trail will begin going up a steep, single vehicle wide trail. At this point only take off-road trailers. Trail is steep with lots of loose soil and rocks. All along this second half of the trail there is lots of designated camping areas to choose from and side trails to explore. Trail ends down a steep hill at a T junction with Guernsey Trail.

Photos of Foreign (FS 811)

Foreign (FS 811)
Foreign (FS 811)
Foreign (FS 811)

Difficulty

Steep loose soil with rocks. Difficult if muddy with non-trail rated tires.

Technical Rating

3

Status Reports

Graeme M
Oct 23, 2023
2013 Jeep Wrangler
Open
Normal
Dusty

Access Description

Exit U.S. HWY 285 on Park County Rd 124. Travel till first Forest Service road (FS 811) on the left.

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