Horseshoe Basin #107

Grand Mesa, Uncompahgre and Gunnison National Forest, Near Gunnison, Colorado

Horseshoe Basin #107 does not offer reservations through Recreation.gov. Please take a look at the area details below for more information about visiting this location. Enjoy your visit!

Overview

The Horseshoe Basin Trail #107 begins and ends at intersections with the Traver Mesa Trail #111. The entire length of this trail is in the Roubideau Area which was designated by Congress in 1993 as a wilderness study area to be undeveloped and closed to motorized or mechanized use. The trail follow along the west side of Roubideau Creek for about 0.8 miles before turning southwest and paralleling Traver Creek. After about 1.6 miles, it crosses Trever Creek and switchback out of the draw onto Horseshoe Basin.  It turns east and crosses East Basin and at about 4.25 miles it descends again to Roubideau Creek.  It crosses Roubideau Creek at about 5.8 miles and climbs the eastern canyon wall. It turns north and travels along Roubideau Bench for another 2 miles to its end at the Traver Trail.

Geo-Ref Trail Map   Geo-Reference Instructions