|Typically Open:||Year Round|
|Highest Elevation:||9024 feet|
|Duration:||About 2 hours|
|Shape of Trail:||Connector|
|Best Direction to Travel:||N/A|
|Nearest Town w/ Services:||Divide|
|Official Road Name:||364|
|Management Agency:||United States Forest Service|
|District:||South Platte Ranger District|
Manchester Off-Road Trail is situated in Pike National Forest. It provides you with scenic views of Manchester Creek with plenty of photo opportunities along the way. As a stark reminder to always pay attention to forest fire danger, this trail starts off in a lush forested area and ends in the burn area of the infamous Hayman Burn which scorched over 138,000 acres in 2002. The area burned so hot that nothing grew for many years and it's just now starting to show signs of the forest coming back. This growth means that over the next several years, you can expect that nearly every time you go out, the views on this trail will change.
Coming in from the south, take a left at the intersection of Manchester Creek (FS 364) & Rule Ridge (FS 357) at the sign to start the trail.
Starting Point: Divide, CO