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    For more information, see what Bill Manning , Executive Director of The Colorado Trail Foundation, wrote. Some of the CT is above treeline so fewer options. Many thanks to  Almanac, Bearpaw, Patrick “Gumby” Basso,  Jamie Compos, Matt Cecere, Rick “Rickles McPickles” Armstrong, Randy Brown, Book Burner, Chewy, Cookerhiker, Dirty Bird, dirtmonger, Dogwood, Frank Dumville, Mike Felix, Karl Gottshalk, Ed Hyatt, Jest Bill , Les Glassner, Keith “Wolf” Kimball,  Peter Lane, Little Bear, Lucky Man, Mr. Clippy, Paccer, Profile, Matt Roane, Henry Shires, Shutterbug, Skeemer, ,Skittles, Bill Webster and Yogi who all added some input to this doc. One particularly wet year, in the middle of a gorgeous aspen forest, the path disappeared. Finally, a very strong suggestion is to spend a three-day weekend hiking ~15 MPD. The journey that you are about to embark upon follows a portion, or perhaps the entire 485 miles of recreational trail that crosses Colorado from Denver to Durango. The views from North Twin Cone are quite exquisite, but the road walk can be tiring after a long day. Photo courtesy of J.B. Bissell Adventure 4 Things to Know Before You Segment-Hike the Colorado Trail. My 2017 Collegiate Loop hike also has some photos that contrast the two routes. The sun exposure means you are more likely to get dehydrated. Note:  These maps are not in trail order and are listed in the numerical order as put forth by National Geographic/Trails Illustrated. The CT East section is 78.1 miles with 15,038 feet of climbing (south to north) the Summit Stage also connects Frisco to Leadville for $5. The CT West section is 83.2 miles with 17,058 feet of climbing (south to north), Thus, the CT West section is 5.1 miles longer with 2,020 feet more climbing (south to north). OHV Riding (>50”) Nordic Skiing. Thanks for the incredibly thorough post about the Colorado Trail. Climbing the 14ers is a very popular activity in Colorado. , In areas with trees, hanging is suggested. I recently started using the Sawyer system for water filtration. Trails Illustrated maps can be found at and many local outfitting stores in Colorado. I’ve been known to frequent the Backcountry Brewery there once or twice. Using that strategy, we almost always manage to find flat space near water with a pre-built fire ring not far off the trail. Looking for the best trails around Colorado? Hiking usually involves either an out-and-back or a loop route. See below for more info. At this time, bear canisters not required on The Colorado Trail. However, if you are the type of person who wants a 100% definite ride, I would not do this option. That means alcohol stoves and Esbit stoves. Disclosure: This website may be compensated for linking to other sites or for sales of products to which I link. There is a small airport in Durango. We’ll see what Ma Nature does. If you’re new to backpacking, the mantra is maintaining comfort while minimizing weight. Very soon into the trail if you need to bail or just want to get a cold Coke. Biking. Before mid-late June there is generally too much snow in the high country even in a lower snow year; after late September/early October there is a very great chance there will be a snowstorm where the snow will accumulate and not melt the following day. From what I can tell, here are the most popular resources in terms of use: If I personally did the CT again? thanks, D, UK. Below is a list of some popular re-supply areas with approximate mileage to each from a Denver start. Also enjoyed the camaraderie with the other hikers there that were doing the same. It is so hard to find good info on the long trails about dogs and where water supply would be. Along The Colorado Trail: (book) Photography by John Fielder, Journal by M. John Fayhee. Receive an email notification of new posts direct to your inbox once a week. Lake City – Sportsman Outdoor and Fly Shop – 970-944-2526   High Country Market 970 944-0161, Silverton  – Outdoor World  – 970-387-5628, Durango – Many choices as well (if not as many as Denver..go figure! cutty taylor. The new maps for the Collegiates (Buena Vista and Salida) are confirmed to cover the new Collegiate West route as well. Denver-bound extends the window of hiking by one or two weeks to early-mid October depending on that season’s weather conditions. If we push for miles in the morning is it usually safe to continue hiking at a slower pace through the lightning or should we consider stopping for the storm to pass? The guidebook, databook, and map book can be ordered from The Colorado Trail Foundation. for your forwards and e mails. As of June 2014, they charge $38/mo . Trail ends ~4 miles. I finished the trail in 37 days, taking three “zero days.” Day 1 – Waterton Canyon to the South Platte River – Segment 1 Resupply is similar to the PCT: Not overly hard but fewer choices and longer hitches than the AT. The post has some fantastic information that should be read as well. I’d love to detour off the CT and stop in Telluride on the way to Durango. It hooks up again just after Waterton Canyon at Lenny’s Rest. While the CT East route does top out above 11K feet a few times, the CT West route has whole sections that run above 12K feet (for example, the CT West route has a 15-mile section that runs between 12K-13K feet)! If you hiked the trail in segments, be sure to let The Colorado Trail foundation know you complete The Colorado Trail! However, it is important to note that the 78.1 mile CT East section is at an average elevation of 9K-10K feet, while the 83.2 mile CT West section is at a much higher average elevation of 11K-12K feet. The trail is primarily used for hiking, running, camping, and backpacking and is best used from May until October. Maybe others can find it useful to have the whole CT displayed in a jpeg. Here are some other resources about The Colorado Trail: Once you have completed The Colorado Trail, be sure to fill out The Colorado Trail Completers form. Feeling keen! Section (segment) hiking is a great way to see the trail and being able to do the trail a weekend, week or more at a time. Remember, your actions can impact the hikers coming after you. Some people carry a GPS unit; we like old paper maps. Bar and grill. One man offers his sage advice on how to tackle the 486-mile Colorado Trail, piece by piece. This route has an elevation gain of about 0 ft and is rated as easy. Mileage: 1.75 one way (2.8 km) Difficulty Level: Steep FS-560 gets a decent amount of traffic on a weekend. During The Colorado summer, thunderstorms start brewing around 1 or so in the afternoon and go until late afternoon. The rate for a 2-queen room is $109 as of 2017. Send maildrop to the place where the selection is limited; buy where there are full-service options. They are CT corridor maps and do not show much outside the trail corridor. Note: I was hesitant to add this info, but I have received some e-mails about it. The Colorado Trail is a long-distance trail running for 486 miles (782 km) from the mouth of Waterton Canyon southwest of Denver to Durango Colorado. Here are the particulars in a nutshell: The Colorado Trail map from The Colorado Trail Foundation. Looks like the grill is open again, too. I appreciate all the time&energy you put out there for the world! Waterton Canyon is perhaps the logistically easiest of the three popular starts, is the official trail terminus and allows the CT hiker to ease into the trail gently. see info below in Section Hiking Transportation for The Colorado Trail, Grand Junction has a decent-sized airport. Durango has fewer transportation options to get back home vs. Denver. ... Hello Paul, Great info and thanks a million for all your efforts. Thank you so much for this info!! Figure out how far you want to walk each day, and then cross-reference that with the book to determine if you need to cut it back or add a few miles in order to stop where suitable camping should be available. It it will be full of what we call rotten snow: hard in parts, full of dirt and ice, easy to post hole through, not consistent enough for snowshoes or skis. Keep me up to date on the latest trends and happenings around Denver. from C-470 Bikeway (near Payne Ave) to S Platte Canyon Rd & W Bowles Ave. View amenities, descriptions, reviews, photos, itineraries, and directions on TrailLink. wifi, showers,  127 E 8th S 970-343-2565 or you can also email us at  Showers reported being at laundromat. We’re planning on hiking 100 miles of the trail so this was super helpful. No app or databook will list *all* the campsites. If you are into peak bagging, this route is esp. We have 2 weeks, and we are trying to determine which portion of the trail will work best logistically. Everything a hiker may need and more. Thanks for posting this and making it completely free and available. Of course we wanted to just resupply and keep going until we ran out of money! Colorado Trail Segment 22 is a 17.2 mile segment from Spring Crk. ATV Riding. The following represent a wide range of map resources for The Colorado Trail. Thanks Paul! November 2013 - Deer Trail, Colorado - Sunrise and sunset calendar. Will do basic shuttles. Marginal resupply. May take maildrops if you call ahead. Taking a month or so to thru-hike the entire length would be a dream for most backpacking enthusiasts. Does the Guthook guide (I purchased the full trail) contain the same details as the databook? For more information, see what Bill Manning , Executive Director of The Colorado Trail Foundation, wrote. The same free bus will take you into the other direction to Frisco. She said they take UPS mail drops for hikers. The Colorado Trail is a 486-mile-long greatest hits collection of the Centennial State’s most picturesque scenery, from wildflower-strewn meadows to sky-high rocky ridges, that runs from Denver to Durango. Does anyone offer a supply drop/rendezvous at Colorado 114, mile marker 303.2 from Denver nowadays? Thank you again. Will shuttle back to trail. Also, new commercial enterprises are mailing out food, gear, and other sundries to hikers. Plan accordingly as a hitch down won’t be possible from here. Ma Nature doesn’t always stick to this schedule, but she sure is consistent about if for the most part! The Loop Trail is composed of five smaller hiking trails that form a loop. Picked up some people that had been out in tents for 39 nights. The updated page is here. Roxborough State Park does not allow camping or dogs but is an interesting and scenic alternative. Thank you! Then about 8 miles to town down a jeep road. if start in mid-June, A large metro area with everything you may need. He has never done a hike like this before, and it has been about 15 years for me, however we are both in great shape and love to climb. Elkhorn RV resort has tent sites and heated camper cabins. What section would you recommend? The advantage of this method is that the supplies are waiting in a package for you. Know of anywhere that talks about doing a Telluride detour or is the terrain not really conducive for a detour? You can all thank my friend Keith McGuinnes who did The Colorado Trail in 2005. Also, do you know anything about the quality of these maps: Very Clean and New. On trail store. Looking at my expected dates in August it’s $35 including the discount ($39 without). any tips for transport to and from trail with a bike. I’m concidering a food cache at Cottonwood pass. 2012 thru-hiker Dogwood reports the The Raven’s Rest hostel  is hiker friendly and run by AT/PCT alumni. The moral of the story is you need to be prepared for minor navigational mishaps., Finally, the Durango Chamber of Commerce may have some other places not readily apparent Fireside Inn is hiker-friendly hostel with bunk rooms. FYI, Frontier Airlines no longer flies out of Durango. Coming from the south end of the trail near Durango is even steeper: you’ll be above 11,000 feet in about 20 miles. These sturdy, metal boxes are often used in National Park Service backcountry campsites to critter proof food. By continuing to browse the site you are agreeing to the use of cookies. The other way involves a hitch that is reported to be  easier than in years past.If you do get down to the TH parking lot, it is sometimes an easy hitch into Creede, esp. Additionally, the female respondents reported wanting an average of 2.1 extra days on the trail while males reported an average of 1.8 days. This is a mainly off-trail route that takes in the highest peak in the Kenosha Range (Peak 12429′; unofficially called Peak X) in the Lost Creek Wilderness and is a high route parallel to The Colorado Trail below. Want to know the major details about The Colorado Trail?. For additional parking, turn right into the Devils Kitchen Picnic Area. The Scenic Alternate – Roxborough State Park. Colorado Trail Segment 2 . From what I gather, the collegiate CDT loop is the newest thing added since then. Here’s how to get to the trailhead via public transport: –, (see SECTION HIKING TRANSPORTATION  for more info on RTD). The Colorado Trail is an established, marked, and mostly non-motorized trail open to hikers, horse riders, and bicyclists. COLLEGIATE WEST ALT ROUTE ENDS HERE AND REJOINS CT. Tough hitch on low traffic road. Had a blast last sept on JMT can’t wait to get high again! The shorter length of the Colorado Trail (as compared to other thru-hikes like the Appalachian Trail or the Pacific Crest Trail that are more than 2,000 miles long) means that you can probably get by with a slightly smaller pack if you want to cut some weight, and it’s easier to access trailheads and drop points to replenish any supplies. This is probably not a big deal for most folks, but you never know. It does NOT have the 2014 Collegiate West re-route however. three 14ers (Missouri, Belford, Oxford) and is an incredible view. Whether thru-hiking the trail or section hiking the trail, hiking The Colorado Trail is a great accomplishment. Princeton Hot Springs General store/marginal to moderate re-supply. A bear canister is an overkill (IMO); standard bear precautions should be plenty. If you start late in the season, going Thank you so much. his link from The Colorado Trail Foundation may be useful as well. For tomorrow (last-minute-ish), it’s $44 ($49 without). If you absolutely want a solo experience, hiking towards fall would be best. A map book of this loop is also available. Union Street Station terminal to get any flights out of Denve. Hey Mags, great stuff love all the updated CW route info. THE TWO ROUTES DIVERGE AT ~ MILE 185 AND CONVERGE AGAIN AT ~MILE 266, Cottonwood Pass Rd Marginal resupply, maildrops (call ahead) bar and grill, lodging. The weekend Mike and I did segment eight, a 25-mile stretch from Copper Mountain to Tennessee Pass, we met on Highway 24 at the Tennessee Pass trailhead. Is the monarch crest store right on the CW route or the standard route. As of Sept 2017, there is a bear box in the camp for food storage. The Dog-Friendly Start – Indian Creek Trail. This time frame is just a rule of thumb that can change depending upon snow pack, hiking pace, rate of snow melt and an early winter. Creede, CO 81130. Check out this Facebook page for CT Section Hikers. Length 40 - 50 miles (44.3 miles) Surfaces dirt; Uses backpacking, hiking, horseback riding; State Colorado Inbar O. It notes probable water sources—and other valuable information—in brief, yet detailed, segment descriptions. Be careful! Silverthorne/Dillon:  Full service town. Map reading for overall lay of the land combined micro reading of the immediate topography is the best bet. The exception for bear precautions on The Colorado Trail is new as of August 2016. This is not a complete description by any means but does give a brief overview of some of the more popular options. No consideration is given for Ursacks, so I think they will need to be hung within the described zones. . Thanks. Best regards, One of my good friends is from Israel..I know he LOVED Colorado. Research the 2016 Chevrolet Colorado at and find specs, pricing, MPG, safety data, photos, videos, reviews and local inventory. I’m interested in trying to figure out the average amount of time that users take on the trail, and the amount of time they wish they had since that can be used as a reference tool by people planning their own trips in the future. Mobile device coverage:  For the stretch from Denver to Copper Mountain (with the exception of Lost Creek Wilderness) mobile device coverage can be OK to excellent. many thanks for sharing us, Hi, By The Colorado Trail, The Colorado Trail: The Trailside Databook, Seventh Edition. Monsoon season may be off, possibly more wildfires and a prolonged Fall/later winter. Molas Lake Campground: Check this link under FAQ — updates on resupply. The regulation requires that food be stored in hard canisters or hung 10 feet above ground 4′ from the trunk of the tree. Sunglasses and sun protection are a must! The FS road requires a walk down to a semi-official parking area at Equity Mine and hoping for traffic. If your dog (and YOU!) Hitching: Hitching into town to resupply is usually needed. An easy walk or hitch (or at least partial hitch) to the trail head. #hiking #u, Winter makes an excellent time to see some well-kn, The Annual Top Ten Tchotchke Guide Check out if you need more information. Frisco: Another full service town with outfitters, grocery stores, etc. The highest point on the Colorado Trail is … Is there a popular detour to Telluride? Not sure if this should be posted, but Debbie always answers and is friendly to help. Add to My List. COLLEGIATE WEST ALT ROUTE RESUPPLY INFO STARTS HERE. greetings Pmags! Creede has a good grocery store with moderate to full-service resupply. Colorado Trail Hiker & Bikepacker Trip Length Survey. Any recs on getting to twin lakes or other TH to do the collegiate loop in July. Bailey – Platte River Outfitters – 303-816-9383/ 303-895-7229, Fairplay – High Alpine Sports – (719) 836-0201, Breckenridge – Mt Outfitters – 970-453-2201, Frisco – Walmart – (970) 668-3959  larger 8oz or 16oz  isobutane, Silverthorne – Wilderness Sports -(970) 468-5687, Twin Lakes – General Store –  719-486-2196  Limited quantity reported; may want to call ahead, Leadville – Leadville Outdoors  (719) 486-7392, Buena Vista – Trailhead Sports – 719-395-8002. Segment 5 of the Colorado Trail passes through the beautiful Lost Creek Wilderness Area. It travels through some of the most spectacular country in Colorado, through 6 wilderness areas and eight mountain ranges. at Spring Creek Pass) or if you absolutely do not want to hitch. The CDT and The Colorado Trail share the same treadway for 234 miles; over 300 if you take the Collegiate West option. During a small window in the summer, the snow clears to unveil an epic high altitude through-ride on some of the best trails in the Rocky Mountains. In addition to that piece of advice, there are four other elements to consider before getting started. Princeton hot springs and although they are right off the trail, the woman assured me they offer nothing cheaper than 230 a night. Just got an email from the folks at the store in Jefferson, CO. Thanks for the kind words. Colorado Trail Explorer. Marginal resupply. The hours will be longer and more flexible. Getting into Creede requires some finagling. I have the 8th edition CT guidebook and the CT data book. You have stated that a bear vault is an “overkill” and that the bears of Colorado are not as aggressive as those of California (I hope… Read more », Hi Inbar! Permits: No permits are needed to hike The Colorado Trail. Limited parking is on the left. My experience on the AT is mixed. Not suggested. A hiker will pick up their package, dump the food in their pack, and go. Find the best walking trails near you in Pacer App. It is 10 MINUTES by driving…doh! if you want a private room). Good sized grocery store, lodging, restaurants. Used some of your tips on the trail. Because of the relatively short length of the CT, mail drops are a viable option for many thru-hikers esp those on a fast pace with limited time. The black bears tend to stick to the valleys and are not habituated to backpackers like their Sierra cousins. Cottonwood Pass is slated to open again by Aug 12, 2019 at the earliest. I also bring beef jerky, trail mix, dried apricots, and a protein bar or two depending on how long we’re planning to be out. I also had to use this point as a bailout point during a very heavy snow storm on my CDT hike in 2006. Another very useful site is the SNOTEL snow pack update for Colorado. Hard work, but lots of fun too. The CDT and The Colorado Trail share the same treadway for 234  miles; over 300 if you take the Collegiate West option. But nothing is 100%! Nope..but kinda confusing. Between Twin Lakes and Monarch Pass, the CT splits for ~80 miles between the two Collegiate routes. As always, you should consult with other resources before heading out on an extended trek in the mountains. Or is it likely to be full in mid July? Water is also scarce along the ridge itself. Keep your base pack weight low and get out there hike/backpack as much as possible. Air BnB and VRBO are increasingly popular options for lodging in some of the more popular tourist towns the CT goes through as an FYI. May want to contact The Colorado Trail Foundation and see if they have some resources that may be useful for bikers. , Hi Paul, First of all – thank you so very much for posting this helpful online guide! Would rather be on the safe side… and also feel secure. THIS HITCH IS AT MONARCH CREST  (HWY 50) AND NOT HWY 114 THEN 50 AS WITH THE COLLEGIATE EAST ROUTE. I’d use some of the shuttle information listed to plan a section hike further down the trail from Salida. A 500 ft walk nearby is Coney Island hotdogs! Hmm..not overly familiar with dog transport options. Note: There may be more stores than listed. That’s not how it works when piecing together segments of The Colorado Trail. Nicely summed up by Jerry Brown of Bear Creek Survey: Hikers need to be aware that the USFS has just enacted new restrictions regarding food storage which is in effect for San Isabel and Pike National Forests. I plan on updating this doc early next month. These restrictions include portions of both the Collegiate East and West routes for the CT. For most hikers of The Colorado Trail, the primary place impacted will be the popular USFS Bootleg campground  near Princeton Hot Springs. We’re hoping to finish in the relatively near future. there is also a campground about two miles from the the Durango Terminus of The Colorado Trail. Some supply items. Near water and lower elevations will be noticeable esp at the start of the summer. I’m planning to hike from Molas Pass to Junction Creek. Onsite laundry services now . Colorado Trail Hiker & Bikepacker Trip Length Survey. The easiest solution is for you and a hiking partner to shuttle a second car to your pre-determined endpoint. More lodging, stores, and BREW PUBS! They take maildrops. I’ve been asked about leaving a car at Waterton Canyon. As for food, freeze-dried meals really are pretty tasty after a 10-mile day. The trail winds in and out of some of these maps and would be cumbersome to list in trail order versus the number order that is more convenient for purchasing. Input on what to stock Park there for a person hoping to hike this route down resupply! 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