One of the more difficult trails in the area, Burn Road, should only be driven by a high clearance 4WD vehicle. When traveling from Little Froze Road, in the north, towards Deer Peak Road, in the south, the majority of the trail will be uphill. There are multiple large rocks the size of a beach ball that you will have to climb over, and if the trail is wet, front and rear lockers may be needed. All but the very south end of the trail is tucked in amongst the dense pines of the San Isabel National Forest. Upon intersecting Deer Peak Road, you are greeted with spectacular views of the Sangre De Cristo Mountains to the west. There are not any campsites along Burn Road, but Deer Peak Road and Ophir Creek Road both have numerous designated campsites available.
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