Beaver Creek

3/5 (14 reviews)
Beaver Creek is another access trail to Keyser Creek Trail that would be easily traveled by most vehicles. It is a double-wide trail for most of the length and climbs in elevation providing a panoramic view to the west. There are multiple spur roads off of Beaver Creek which offer dispersed campsi...Read More
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Highlights of Beaver Creek

Altitude Category IconAltitude
Camping Category IconCamping
Forest Category IconForest
Scenic Category IconScenic
Highest Elevation
10382 ft
Shape of Trail
Straight Through
Typically Open
06/15 - 11/15
Best Direction
N/A
Official Trail Name
133, 2740
Nearest Town
Hot Sulphur Springs
Nearest Services
Hot Sulphur Springs
Management Agency
Arapaho National Forest
District
Sulphur Ranger District

Overview

Beaver Creek is another access trail to Keyser Creek Trail that would be easily traveled by most vehicles. It is a double-wide trail for most of the length and climbs in elevation providing a panoramic view to the west. There are multiple spur roads off of Beaver Creek which offer dispersed campsites. The panoramic views and aspen forests would be amazing during the fall when the leaves change colors. At the intersection with Keyser Creek Trail, there are large group campsites straight ahead and to the west. Rocky Point Trail is a short jaunt to your east, while Little Muddy Creek and Cook Creek Rim are to the west.

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4 Waypoints
14 Trail Photos
1 Trail Concerns
14 Community Reviews
1 Video
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