Wheatley Creek Trailhead, CO

US Forest Service

Wheatley Creek Trailhead

The Wheatley Creek Trail provides a good access to the lower Troublesome Area and is a moderate hike. As the trail passes in and out of meadows and aspen stands, campsites are abundant. Private land is...[more]


From Kremmling: Take Highway 40 east approximately 10 miles to an intersection marked with a "Forest Access Sign". Turn left here driving over the railroad tracks on County Road 21. Following Country Road 21 drive approximately 6 miles following the signs to the National Forest. At the intersection of the County Road and Forest Roads 12 and 112 take Forest Road 12. Drive approximately 3 miles and turn left on Forest Road 121. Follow this road approximately 2 miles to the Wheatley Creek Trailhead.

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