Shirley Site Trailhead, CO

US Forest Service

Shirley Site Trailhead

Shirley Site is located off of Highway 285 and County Road 200 just below Poncha Pass. Shirley got its name during the 1880's when it served as a busy construction camp for men building ...[more]



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From Poncha Springs, travel 5 miles south on Highway 285 to County Road 200 which is located on the right side of the highway. Turn right on CR 200 and travel southwest for 2.2 miles to Shirley site. The parking area and restroom are located on the left side of the road just past the information kiosk.

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