Collegiate Peaks Wilderness, CO

US Forest Service

Collegiate Peaks Wilderness

Collegiate Peaks Wilderness was designated 1980 and now maintains 167,996 acres. This Wilderness spans the Gunnison, White River, and Pike & San Isabel National Forests in Colorado. With eight peaks...[more]




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The primary access roads from the south (Gunnison National Forest are from the town of Almont along Taylor Canyon Road (CR 742) and Spring Creek Road (CR 744).  

Trailheads/trail access points:

Trailhead at the end of Taylor Park Road (CR 742)

Bowman Creek Trail #570

    Dorchester Campground/ Forest Road #584

    Trailhead at Pothole Reservoir:

    Texas Creek Trailhead:

    Cottonwood Pass:

    Collegiate Peaks Trailhead (San Isabel NF)

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