Departing from Kendall Mountain, Deer Park heads south into the Weminuche Wilderness Area and towards the Montana Mine. Although the trail is not difficult, a low-range transfer case will help drivers navigate the steep inclines scattered with loose dirt and rock. Once at the end, a couple of hikes are available, though they are generally strenuous. No camping was found along the length of this trail, though Kendall Mountain did have a few options. If you are exploring the Kendall Mountain trail, then Deer Park would be a good addition for a bit more exploring away from the other more crowded trails in the San Juans.
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