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Jack Creek Trailhead, CO

US Forest Service

Jack Creek Trailhead

This is a primitive trailhead that provides access to the Jack Creek drainage and the Never Summer Wilderness. The upper portion of FDR #758 is not suitable for passenger cars, 4WD is recommended. The...[more]


From Walden. Drive south on Hwy 125 passing through the small town of Rand. Approximately 2 miles past Rand turn left on County Road 21. Drive approximately 4 miles to the intersection of Forest Road 740 and 750. Take the left hand fork following the 740 Road approximately 4miles to the intersection with the 740 and the 758 Forest Roads. Take the right hand turn following the 758 road approximately 6 miles to the Jack Park Trailhead at the end of the road.

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