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the spread of COVID-19. The towns and counties you drive through to
get to specific trails may be closed due to local orders. Please
follow all local health authority directives before venturing off.
Keyser Ridge offers panoramic views as you gain elevation and travel along the trail. There are a few campsites along the trail, with the biggest perk being the access to multiple recreational trails along its length. The panoramic views would be especially rewarding when the aspen leaves are changing colors. The abundance of trail spurs and recreational trails can keep you busy for a whole weekend outing.
The trailhead is located along the [Keyser Creek Trail](http://www.trailsoffroad.com/trails/633-keyser-creek)
From the west trailhead of the Keyser Creek Trail, go 0.9 miles east:
From the east trailhead of the Keyser Creek Trail, go 18.1 miles west:
NFSR 140 will be on the south side of the road. There is no parking area at the trailhead, but there is a wider area just past the first corner on the trail.
Hi, I'm Ryan!
I am a Colorado native and I've been wheeling since I was 16 years old. I grew up with a relentless passion for all things Jeep and off road related, and that passion has never died out. I am a member of the Mile-Hi Jeep Club, Patrol 16 Sasquatch Jeepers and currently own an '06 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon Unlimited (LJ) nicknamed "Minion".
I am a huge supporter of Stay the Trail and Tread Lightly, and have participated and even been in charge of many trail restoration projects. I have been a trail leader several times for events such as All-4-Fun, ColoradoFest, Set Them Free, 14er Fest, and other. I am also the creator of the Unlimited LJ Adventure.
My rig is built for extreme offroading, but I love to get my tires dirty on any kind of trail whether it's rock crawling or just scenic high Alpine drives. I've wheeled all over the country including Colorado, Utah, Kansas, the Carolinas, AZ, and California. I love a great adventure, and love even more to share those adventures with others.
If you see the "minion" out on the trail, make sure to stop and say hello.