Cayton Trailhead, CO

US Forest Service

Cayton Trailhead

This trailhead is located at the Cayton Guard Station which is the second oldest ranger station in the United States. It is recognized as a National Historical Site. This trailhead provides access to ...[more]



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From Rifle, head east to Silt at exit 97. Turn right at the top of the ramp and then left. Turn at the first right to the "Y" then turn right and follow Dry Hollow Road (CR331) to West Divide Road (CR344) to the forest boundary. The road then becomes Forest District Road 800. Stay on that for a short distance until you see the sign for Cayton Ranger Station then turn right.

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