Wilson Peak, CO

US Forest Service

Wilson Peak

Wilson Peak is a 14,017-foot peak in the Lizard Head Wilderness west of Telluride, Colorado. It is climbed by hundreds each year, primarily in the summer months, but winter ascents are not uncommon. Summer...[more]




To get to the Rock of Ages Trail from Telluride, drive 6 miles west on State Hwy 145. Turn left onto the Silver Pick Road (CR 60M). Proceed for 4.0 miles to the intersection of County Roads 60M and 59H. Turn right onto CR 59H and proceed south for 2.3 miles. Turn right at the Rock of Ages Trail sign onto FSR 645. Proceed for 2.2 miles to the Rock of Ages Trailhead.

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