Bill Miller Trailhead, CO

US Forest Service

Bill Miller Trailhead

Designated trailhead with access to trails into Troublesome Basin roadless areas.  This is a non-motorized, multi-use trail. No developed facilities. Setting is at interface of sagebrush/aspen...[more]


Directions From Granby: Drive west on Hwy 40 for approximately 2 miles. Take the right hand turn driving on Hwy 125 north. Drive approximately 10 miles and turn left on Forest Road 108, crossing Willow Creek on a concrete bridge. Drive approximately 2 1/2 miles toward King Mountain Ranch, then find the Bill Miller Trailhead on the lefthand side of the road before reaching the reservoir at the ranch.

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