Meadow Divide meanders through the foothills of the San Isabel National Forest. When starting from the west, you’re greeted with expansive views of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains to the west. The trail dips in and out of Aspen groves and open meadows. The majority of the track is a rough dirt road with a few rocky sections that could be troublesome for 2WD or low-clearance vehicles, depending on the weather. When traveling eastbound, a spur road at about the 2.6-mile mark has an established fire ring with a campsite large enough for multiple rigs. MVUM states the trail is open from 05/01 - 12/01.
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