5:00 am - 883.9 miles / 15 hours 5 minutes - 7:06 pm
Lake Fork Campground is located off of Hwy 50 between Gunnison and Montrose, along Blue Mesa reservoir
South Hartmans Loop
9:00 am - 111.9 miles / 2 hours 10 minutes - 11:11 am
Take I-70 to exit 19, go south on CO340 approximately 4/10 of a mile to the park entrance. Colorado River - Fruita 595 HIGHWAY 340 FRUITA CO 81521 For more information about the park, please call (970)858-9188
Kokopelli Loops - Mary's, Horsethief, Steve's, and Wranglers
Lunch Loop Trails (Grand Junction)
9:00 am - 96.7 miles / an hour 44 minutes - 10:45 am
The Willow Heights Trail is located in Big Cottonwood Canyon. Driving up the canyon, it's found on the left side of the road shortly after passing both the Silver Fork Lodge on the right and the Canyon Vacation Rentals on the left.
Follow the marked trail and you'll hike less than a mile up to the edge of Willow Lake. Moose like to hang out in the thick willows there, so make lots of noise to warn them that you're coming and you won't startle any. Standing on the shoreline, you'll have a great view of Solitude Ski Resort to the south.
10:00 am - 327.8 miles / 5 hours 16 minutes - 3:17 pm
Loop: AREA STILL CREEK
From Portland, travel east on Highway 26 to Government Camp. Continue 1 mile east of Government Camp. The campground is on the south side of the highway.
TRAILS: Timberline to Rhododendron
10:00 am - 57.8 miles / an hour 18 minutes - 11:19 am
SP Mill Creek campground site 054
Check in 2 pm, check out noon
Park is 7 miles south of Crescent City, CA, turn east on the campground road. Please note that the campground road is a steep grade. The campground entrance is 1.5 miles east of the highway, campground is still another mile after entrance.
california coastal trail: last chance
hamilton road leads to trail loops
8:00 am - 443.2 miles / 8 hours 4 minutes - 4:36 pm
This paved route peels off of Road# 21S03, N of Troy Meadow. Smith Meadows is on the east side of the road & Powell Meadow is just N of that. The road becomes dirt within a few miles near 9000′ Granite Knob.
There is plenty primitive camping back in these woods, so come prepared to rough it. Creekside camp sites are common. This is a great meadow area for equestrian campers with horses.
The trailhead for Monache Meadows takes off to the north & is signed “Jeep Road”; High clearance vehicle is required, but 4 wheel drive may be needed on one steep section past Bull Meadow. Read more on Monache Meadow.
9:30 am - 455.9 miles / 8 hours 8 minutes - 5:39 pm