Beaver Creek is an easy trail, composed of mostly compacted dirt. There are a few areas of loose rock, but nothing too concerning. Although the trail is not a busy one, there is limited space to pass, so be mindful of oncoming traffic. The majority of the trail winds between dense evergreen trees with occasional glimpses of the Sangre De Cristo Mountain Range to the west. Ultimately, Beaver Creek dead ends into a large flat area with plenty of room for multiple rigs. The St. Charles trailhead can also be found at the end of Beaver Creek. From here you will have to turn around and head back the way you came.
There is a large flat campsite at the beginning of Beaver Creek that can accommodate multiple rigs. If this one is already occupied, there are plenty more options in the immediate area.
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