You come to Wylie Gulch Road at about the halfway point of Gardner Road. Once on Wylie Gulch Road, you are greeted by half a dozen large campsites with established fire rings. All of the campsites are large enough for multiple vehicles. Past the campsites, the trail climbs into the rolling hills of the San Isabel National Forest. Wylie Gulch Road offers dense pine forests and rolling meadows providing views of the Sangre De Cristo Mountains. Due to basketball size rocks scattered along the trail, a high clearance 4WD vehicle is a must.
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