Plumtaw road

Total Miles
15.2

Elevation

2,734.28 ft

Duration

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Technical Rating

1

Easy

Best Time

Spring, Summer, Fall

Trail Overview

Plumtaw road is a scenic drive through the Weminuche Wilderness north of Pagosa Springs. It goes through beautiful sections of the San Juan National Forest, with great views of Pagosa Peak. There are peaceful meadows and wildflowers all along the drive depending upon the season. Combining this road with Four Mile, McManus and Piedra roads makes for a 50-mile loop out of Pagosa Springs. Be aware there were logging operations close to where Black Mountain road (#661) branches off in 2021.

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Difficulty

This road is graded and maintained for the most part. you may encounter snow in some aeries during early spring.

Technical Rating

1

Status Reports

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Access Description

From Hwy 160, turn north onto Lewis Street with an immediate left fork onto 5th Street. Stay to the right onto Four Mile road (Cr# 400) as you cross Juanita street. You will cross a cattle guard as the road changes to forest road 645. Continue to the intersection with Plumtaw road (#634) and turn left.

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