James Peak Lake Trailhead, CO

US Forest Service

James Peak Lake Trailhead

This trailhead provides access to the James Peak Lake and Ute trails. Four-wheel drive is required for driving to James Peak Lake Trailhead. This road is not plowed in the winter.



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From Rollinsville on Colorado Highway 119, turn west onto County Road 16 head and west for approximately five miles. At the town of Tolland, turn left onto Mammoth Gulch (County Road 4N). After 3.5 miles take a right onto National Forest System Road 353. This is a rough, native surface road not plowed in the winter and only high clearance vehicles with 4WD are recommended. Follow NFSR 353 west for 3.3 miles to James Peak Lake Trailhead.

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