Indiana Creek

Blue River, Colorado (Summit County)

Last Updated: 06/26/2022
4.4 / 5 ( 8 reviews )
Highlight: Indiana Creek
Located in the White River National Forest, not far from Breckenridge, this trail follows Indiana Creek as it makes its way down from Boreas Pass into the Blue River. One of the allures to these old mountain roads are the ghost towns, and Indiana Creek delivers with a short side trip to Dyersville. Dyersville is named for Father John Dyer, the famous "Snowshoe Itinerant," who built the first cabin in this area in 1881. The Warriors Mark Mine was later established based on the preacher's prospecting and produced gold until 1908. The ruins of a large shaft house are all that remains of the Warriors Mark. This is a great trail for anyone looking to see Colorado's past. Indiana Creek is often combined with Pennsylvania Creek via a connector trail and/or Boreas Pass to make a fun 1/2 day adventure for stock trucks.
For individual use only, not to be shared.