Through Line/Coal Creek Trailhead, CO

US Forest Service

Through Line/Coal Creek Trailhead

Through Line/Coal Creek Trailhead is located at the confluence of Coal Creek and Robinson Creek. The trail provides access to the West Elk Wilderness by way of Through Line #860. There are horse feeders...[more]



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From Paonia, travel northeast on Highway 133 for approximately 14 miles, to Kebler Pass Road, Gunnison County Road 12. Turn east and travel approximately 1 miles to Coal Creek Road, Forest Service Road #709. Travel south on FSR #709 for Approximately 9 miles to the Through Line Trailhead.

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