Covering over 500 square miles, Grand Mesa is the world's largest flat-top mountain. Being so flat, an extensive collection of lakes dot the landscape. Each of these lakes is unique, having its own camping and fishing. Forest trail 123 branches of the pavement, easily climbing up the southern side of the mesa. The road has washboards and blind corners but can be completed in 2WD. You'll travel through a dense aspen and pine forest with numerous free campsites on the easy connecting trails traveling to another hidden lake.
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