Kingston Peak

Rollinsville, Colorado (Gilpin County)

Last Updated: 09/25/2018
4.8 / 5 ( 25 reviews )
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Status: Impassable
Typically Open: 07/15 - 10/30
Difficulty: 4-4
(MODERATE )
Length: 8.01 miles
Highest Elevation: 12025 feet
Duration: About 2 hours, 30 minutes
Shape of Trail: Straight Through
Best Direction to Travel: South
Nearest Town: Rollinsville
Nearest Town w/ Services: Nederland
Official Road Name: 353
Management Agency: Roosevelt National Forest
District: Boulder Ranger District
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Highlights

Highlight: Kingston Peak
Situated about an hour from the Denver and Boulder Metro areas this is a high altitude trail that is a must do for anyone in the area as it is the gem of the immediate surround off-road trails in the area. Although they call this the Kingston Peak Trail, the real beauty and focal point is the amazing views you get of James Peak for almost the entire route. James Peak is 13,294 foot and named in honor of Dr. Edwin James, an early explorer, historian, and botanist who was a member of the famous Stephen H. Long expedition to Colorado in 1820.

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Route Information

Advanced Rating System

Recommended Vehicle:
Lightly Modified 4X4 (Small Lift and Larger Tires)
Concerns:
Summary:
Waypoint 8 is the most difficult spot of the trail. It can change from year to year. Throughout the trail are small boulders to drive over requiring extra clearance.

Technical Rating: 4-4
(MODERATE )

Typically, more rock or undulated road surface. Potential rocks and/or tree stumps less than 18" tall and/or vertical ledges less than 18" tall and/or near vertical ledges or waterfalls less than 36" inches. Tire placement becomes more difficult. Can be steep and off-camber.
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Description

The road up Kingston peak is approximately 8 miles long and can take 2 to 4 hours depending on your rig and is generally very rocky with some steep climbs and descents. From this road you can also access the Yankee Hill Network via Forest Service Road 271.1. As described here, starting from the north and running south, the trail quickly climbs out of timberline where it follows a narrow section of road with limited passing, but with plenty of visibility of oncoming vehicles. It first reaches the parking area for the James Peak Lake hiking trailhead just prior to climbing to the highest point. You then descend into a flat area before making a steep climb up to a knob just prior to the final descent into Alice and St. Mary's Glacier.

Waypoints

1. Forest Service Road 353 - Apex and Mammoth Gulch Road Trailhead ( mi)
Head uphill on Forest Service Road 353. Though it looks narrow there are plenty of passing spots. Dispersed camping can be found once the road levels out.
2. Stay on Main Road ( mi)
Continue on the main road. There are dispersed camping areas located on the spur road.
3. Forest Service 187 Dead End Trailhead ( mi)
Continue on main road towards the mud pits.
4. Forest Service 772.1 Pigsah Lake Trailhead ( mi)
Continue straight. Turning down Forest Service Road 772.1 will connect you to the Yankee Hill Network of trails. http://www.trailsoffroad.com/trails/502-yankee-hill-to-central-city
5. North Side Seasonal Gate ( mi)
Continue straight. The gates are usually open from Mid July through Mid September.
6. Narrow Stretch - Pull Off ( mi)
Continue up the main road. After you enter above timberline the road wraps around to the west with little passing space. You can clearly see the road and most oncoming vehicles. There are a few pull outs along the way. Uphill has the right of way.
7. Hiking Trailhead ( mi)
From this location is the hiking trailhead to James Peak Lake and an amazing view of James Peak. There is plenty of parking here for day hiking.
8. Hill Climb ( mi)
Continue uphill. This is a moderately steep uphill to the highest portion of the trail. Every year this section of the trail changes due to shifting boulders. There is one spot where careful tire placement will be required. There is only one pull out for passing and that is more towards the top.
9. High Point ( mi)
Continue straight on the main route. Do not be tempted to take the roads that were once spurs off the main trail. When you reach the top you are the highest point of the trail. There is a small area to park a few vehicles just down hill from here if you wish to hike either James Peak to the west, or Kingston to the east. From the parking lot just below you will continue to follow the clearly visible road through flat area which consists of a series of boulders and washouts all the way to Mailbox Hill. The washouts can become 3' deep, so keep a long distance view of the road and plot your way though. The views of the trail system to the east as you drive along the road is the Yankee Hill Route. http://www.trailsoffroad.com/trails/502-yankee-hill-to-central-city
10. Straight - James Peak Hiking Trailhead ( mi)
11. Bottom Mailbox Hill ( mi)
Continue uphill. This hill is not as daunting as it looks. 4 low will crawl you right up it. ATV and UTV riders have cut two different trails through this. You want to take the spur to the west to stay on the actual trail. Off to the east you can clearly see the Yankee Hill Network.
12. Mailbox ( mi)
Continue straight. The mailbox is considered hallowed ground after the attacks of 9/11. There is a registry book to sign and the cover tells the tale that many books have been destroyed over the years by fire, guns, and all sorts of things, but that they keep the ones that survive and only ask that people respect the site and guest book. Legend states that if you place a rock or move a rock in the pile it brings you good luck. The views looking down below and to the west is of Loch Lomond. Loch Lomond is certainly worth adding to your trip itinerary if you are doing Kingston.
13. South Gate ( mi)
Continue on the main trail. From here you will continue downhill into a windswept pine forest. There are a few areas to pull over and enjoy the interesting landscape. This gate is usually open from mid July to mid September.
14. St. Mary's Trailhead ( mi)
The trail starts to turn into a residential development. At your first turn go left down Hill Side Road, then right down Nebraska, finally turn right onto Harris to Alice Road. Turn left to either get to Yankee Hill Network, Rainbow Road, or I-70. If you wish to head over to Loch Lomond, turn right onto Alice Road. If any of the road signage is missing, just keep going downhill.

Directions to Trailhead

Trailhead Coordinates: 39.866192, -105.610138

Starting Point: Idaho Springs, Colorado

There are a few different ways the Rollinsville side trailhead can be accessed: Option A. From Rollinsville take Moffat Tunnel Road (http://www.trailsoffroad.com/trails/384-moffat-tunnell-road) to just after Tolland and turn left up Mammoth Gulch, continue on the main road until it intersects with Forest Service Road 353 and head right and uphill. Option B. From Blackhawk head north on State Highway 119 and turn left onto Apex Valley Road. Follow Apex Valley Road until you reach the ghost town of Apex. Turn left at the first intersection and follow this road out of timberline for a few miles until it joins with Forest Service Road 353, the Kingston Peak Road.

Camping

Dispersed
There are some dispersed camping spots on the north side, particularly in the Mammoth Gulch area, or on the south side near Loch Lomond. There are several private property owners near by so always be mindful to watch the signs.
Camping: Kingston Peak

Trail Reviews (40)

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Status: Impassable
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Went up from the Alice (Fall River Road) side. Had lots of fun. Didn't make all the way. If you look at the pictures above, section 7, the trail is covered in snow drifts.

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Status: Impassable
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Came from the north side and snow frosts were huge and pushed my Jeep jk off the trail. Went as far south as the over look. Would not suggest. (Photo is from before it was sketch)

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Status: Open
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Super windy and busy on labor day weekend! Lost a front turn indicator lens trying to pass another vehicle at a narrow point near WP 5. Stock 98 XJ made it over with careful tire placement between WPs8-10.

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Status: Open
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Done this trail a few times in a stock FJ Cruiser. Always during the week, so it is never crowded. Rocky, Steep, all the things we love. Some mildly technical tire placement, but overall a pretty easy trip no matter which wat you run it. I prefer funning from Alice to Rollinsville, just because I-70 traffic gets worse as the day progresses. Great views and you have to stop at the Rock House to sign the book.

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Status: Open
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Ran this trail today with my Land Cruiser and our sons 4Runner. Only aired down to 25psi would definitely recommend going at minimum 20psi. The views are amazing. No problems other than testing out the skids and sliders a few times. This trail is rough from start to finish along with narrow shelf road most of the way. Just take your time, you will mainly be running 4Lo and first or second gear most of the way. The steep hill climbs need some good tire placement in places, but nothing serious. Long day, but a lot of fun!

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Status: Open
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Great trail, typical for Colorado loose and rocky. I ran this backwards from how it is shown and would advise you do the same if you doubt the capability of your vehicle. if you run it as shown there are a few steep, loose, rocky ascents that could easily stop you. I give this trail 4/5 because there are very few places to allow others to pass without pushing one of you uncomfortably close to the edge of a steep hill. I'm sure the views are great but current fires didn't give me the chance to see it.

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Status: Open
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Had a lot of fun on this trail today. I did it in my decently-modified 4Runner and had no issues. I talked to one guy who said he didn’t air down and I’m surprised he didn’t blow a tire. There were a lot of spots where airing down was a necessity (in my opinion at least) and my tires at 17psi seemed to do well. Nothing was washed out or slick; overall, the trail was in great condition. I plan on going back earlier in the day to hike James Peak as it looked awesome perched above everything up there!

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Status: Open
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Ran Kingston from North to South, then up Loch Lamond. Kingston was an awesome trail that my 4runner with 6112/5160 and my brothers stock JL handled with ease. There was one point on the Hill Climb section where we had to wait for a few trucks that were getting stuck. When they either got through or backed down, our trucks went right up. The truck that got stock and couldn't make it up was a bone stock Taco TRD, though I feel pretty confident he could have made it with a better line. Overall this was a great moderate trail with amazing views/stopping points and enough difficulty to make it interesting.

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Status: Open
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Absolutely stunning

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Status: Open
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Ran it north to south. Great views. Save your back and air down. Good place to hike to James Peak

Author:
Status: Open
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Trail is open all the way. We ran it from Alice to Rollinsville on 07/16/2020. My buddy talked to the Forest Service Ranger and they opened the gates on 07/15/2020. Trail is in pristine condition and we scored some killer views. It took us exactly 2 hours including a couple stops.

Author:
Status: Seasonal Closure
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Still closed big snow drifts at the top cannot make the loop

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Status: Seasonal Closure
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Opening 7/15 as posted on the gate sign. Still a beautiful drive and clear all the way to the gate. Not sure how far, but I’d guess a mile or two? Forgot to start the odometer.

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Status: Open
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Drove this the opposite direction of the waypoints in a lifted T4R on a Thursday. Overall easy to moderate trail that most stock 4WDs can handle. I would recommend driving the direction in the waypoints as the direction I drove has one or two steep descents. The "hill climb" from James Peak stopped one stock nissan frontier as it has some clearance issues the driver did not want to risk. I ended up on yankee hill road after a few narrow FS trails for a good loop. The views over lock lomond and james peak are incredible. Will have to come back and hike James Peak. The Lakes look pristine.

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Status: Open
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Tacoma 3” lift, 32” BFG ATs Grand Cherokee -Summit, stock I think the rating is perfect for the trail. Easy spots, but definitely some more tricky areas requiring some experience and proper tire placement. No scraping on either vehicle. 1 flat tire. I’ve always come too early in the season and it’s been closed.. finally got to do this trail! The views are awesome!

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Always a good trail with GREAT views. We camped near Loch Lomond on a Friday night and found a great spot for the (small) offload trailer. Ran over Kingston Saturday morning to Mammoth Gulch. It was a fairly busy day up there with about 8 rigs parked at the James Peak trailhead, but no drama with pulling our small trailer over. I've done Kingston Peak 3 times this Summer and while it's a pretty easy run, it never gets old!

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Status: Open
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Great views on what I’d call an easy to moderate trail. There are a couple steep climbs and a few tricky spots. I drive a stock 2011 4Runner SR5 and I believe I scraped my back bumper once on one of the obstacles. Bonus points for being able to skip I-70 traffic to get to the trailhead.

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Status: Open
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It was my first time on this trail. Drove my stock 2019 Tacoma TRD Off Road. The views were gorgeous! Only had one scary encounter at a narrow rocky point on the trail coming down a hill with three 4Runners coming up the trail. Had to get real friendly with trees so they could pass. We drove up to the peak and turned around. I recommend stopping at Pile Hill to take in the view. I want to go back up there and camp.

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Status: Open
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Finally crossed this one off my list. Fairly easy trail with great views, definitely be doing this one again.

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Status: Open
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Beautiful views! Saw a stock 5th gen SR5 4Runner with highway tires still on make it through with no problems so definitely not too difficult a trail!

Author:
Status: Open
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This is a must do! Stock 2008 FJ made it fine, touched bottom a couple times. Went from Rollinsville to St Mary’s. St. Mary’s side is a tougher climb. James Peak is legit, mt Evans, mt Bierstadt, Grays and Torrey’s all in view. The sun sets at one of the best angles you can get. Beautiful!

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Status: Open
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I only ran the backside this time (St Mary's to Loch Lomond) and then turned around. There are some holes (WP 14-13) that I struggled with before but wanted to try again after my locker install. I do enjoy this area and trail. Most people run it according to the guide so expect traffic if you go backwards.

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Status: Open
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Great views. Gates are open and the trail is free and clear of snow.

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Status: Open
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Trail is open. Clear and dry all the way through.

Author:
Status: Seasonal Closure
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Drove up to the seasonal gate on the Alice side, still closed. Hiked up past rock house and down the hill to the flexy two track through the meadow and trail is dry and in good shape. There must be snow drifts coming from the other side that is keeping this from being opened.

Author: Official Crew
Status: Open
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I did Kingston this year while the wife was out of town. I like this trail but it wasn't as spectacular as I remember. I noticed the rutting and washouts on the tundra part of the trail seemed worse this year. It looks like the Forest Service is closing some bypasses but leaving many 'new tracks' for people to follow an easier path.

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Status: Open
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Great day, beautiful views that the pictures don't do justice at all. Ran it North to South in a 2000 Land Rover Disco 2 with a 3" lift. No issues. There was a stock Subaru Outback in front of us for part of the way that we were very surprised made it all the way up (although did grind their undercarriage a bit). There were some pretty rutted out parts with big dips coming back down past the South gate (waypoint 13). Might've been a bit tricky trying to come up that way, so I probably wouldn't recommend running it South to North.

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Status: Open
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This was a really fun trip. Ran the trail with our bone stock 99 TJ sport. We ran it north from near Apex to south ending up in Alice. Bumpy, bumpy, bumpy. The hill climb up to the peak looks sketch and steep but once you are on it rides well and it is not nearly as steep as it appears. Road is super chunky and bumpy. But slow going and some nimble tire placement are key. Kick-ass view of Loch Lomand from the Mailbox located at the Rock House Overlook. Not a terribly difficult trail, all in all, lot of fun, spectacular views, just technical enough to make it a bit of a challenge . . . I mentioned it was really bumpy, right?

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Status: Open
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Ran with a buddy over the weekend from central city to st marys with our sons. Great views and good weather. Kids found it too bumpy :). That hint at waypoint eight is true. There is a hole on that hill that needs some speed to get over if you don't have lockers. Vehicles: 96 XJ 2" lift on 29" street tires 91 XJ 5" lift on 33" ATs

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Status: Open
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Ran this trail today with my stock 2000 Land Cruiser. Beautiful views, and a very fun trail overall!

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Status: Open
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Ran this trail north to south today. Not technical but very rocky. Great views the whole way. A friend made it through in a stock F-150 with very little trail damage... I take back everything bad I said about Ford ;)

Author:
Status: Open
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The trail is now open on both sides.

Author:
Status: Seasonal Closure
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Sign said gate closed on Alice side. Did not go to the gate to verify.

Author:
Status: Seasonal Closure
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Road starting to melt out, but definitely still closed - large drift across first shelf from Tolland side with continued large drifts several feet deep further up the road. Will not be open for at least another month or so. There are many long stretches of exposed road surface, so snow sports on this road are done for the season.

Author: Official Crew
Status: Partially Open
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There is a significant amount of snow reported (and seen) above the treeline on this trail. At this time it is NOT recommended that you proceed above the treeline. There is already one vehicle there that a rescue group has had to abandon until the spring (the driver is safe) due to the snow and weather. Use caution when going out and be aware the local Rescue and Recovery group has annouced that they will rescue people above timberline, but they will not recover vehicles until spring. That means a stuck rig may be crushed by the winter show or worse. Use your best judgement.

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Status: Open
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We ran the trail from north to south. A really nice, long trail with spectacular views. Please take an American Flag up with you as the one at the Rock House is very tattered and in need of replacing. An all weather 3'x5' will do. I suggest that we keep the flag up there in good condition!

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Status: Open
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Continued on Kingston Peak after running Moon Gulch and ran from North to South. Hadn't been South of the James Peak overlook before, and was a little surprised how rocky parts of the trail were, though no problem for a lifted 4Runner. Had to spot a stock GX through a few sections, but no issues. Incredibly windy as a brief storm blew through near the overlook, but cleared soon after. Great views when the clouds break, both of James Peak and Loch Lomond near the mailbox. Really cool trees, practically ripped out of the ground, yet still growing on the descent towards Alice. Several areas still with wildflowers as well!

Author: Official Crew
Status: Open
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Our annual trip up Kingston this year and we took the north to south route. I will say that the north route is a little rougher in my opinion, but I prefer descending to ascending on a trail. The nice part was that we dumped out near the lakes at the bottom and just make a day of running to Chinn's and trying to run up Loch Lomand. We had to stop due to weather and a CJ that needed some gas and a dead tow. Despite the weather, it was a beautiful day on the trail with the clouds playing all day with the sun. Having a cloud pass through our Jeep was pretty cool.

Author: Official Crew
Status: Open
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First chance to run this trail this year since the gates just opened. As always a beautiful trail and one of the best off-road trails near Denver. Run it early and beat the crowds!

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Questions & Answers (13)

Q: Is 9 inches of ground clearance enough to run this with out for sure trail damage? Looking at tryingit this summer in a cherokee trailhawk
–Ross (01/18/2019)
A: For what it's worth, I ran this trail four years ago in a bone stock 1st gen 4runner. Todd's right that the rocks shift around on Waypoint 8. I even found that one weekend to the next, Waypoint 8 could change quite a bit. There is a good pull-out at the bottom of Waypoint 8 where you could park and walk up to see what the trail looks like. Usually there is an easier line to take where you can snake around the big rocks.
–Douglas Van Bossuyt (01/20/2019)
A: Hi Ross, “ for sure” is a hard way to describe the potential because nothing is “for sure”. We won’t really know how the trail trail conditions for next summer will be until the snow melts. However, many stock high clearance vehicles with 4 low regularly do this trail. If you run the trail as it is described in the guide, the hardest part will be waypoint 8. Each year the rocks at that spot shift and are slightly different, so I can’t say in a difinitive way what next summer will be like. As it is here in the guide, you potentially could clear that area with no problem if you drive slow and careful. There is a potential you could scrape your under carriage or get a tire up on a rock and slip causing some rocker area or skid plate dings. The good news is that if you follow the guide, you can park at the flat spot before going up the hill and walk it to take a look before you drive it. This way you can see it and make a final determination. If it looks uncomfortable to you, you simply can turn around. If it looks ok to you based on your vehicle and skill level, just take it really slow and finesse yourself over that spot and enjoy one of the best trails in the area. :) For comparison, If you have run other trails in the area, this one is really not any more technical in terms of rock crawling as compared to Yankee Hill, Chinns Lake, Cumberland Gulch, even Loch Lomond- you can scrape on all of those if you’re not paying attention.
–Todd (01/19/2019)
Q: Would you recommend this trail or Argentine Pass in regards to views, difficulty level/rockiness, and crowds?
–Curt Greeley (07/26/2018)
A: They are both beautiful. The crowds are kind of hard to predict. You could be be surrounded by people or have hardly anyone around. I’d do both :)
–Todd (08/02/2018)
Q: In one of the pictures above, it shows a lake with a road next to it. Is this St. Mary's lake? What road is this that goes by the lake and can you get there from the Kingston Peak?
–Summer Kachigian (07/18/2018)
A: Hey Summer, that road is actually Loch Lomond. https://www.trailsoffroad.com/trails/360-loch-lomond-co . I highly recommend going up there and hiking to all the lakes - it's really great!
–Todd (07/19/2018)
Q: Is the trail really rocky? Wanted to take a friend who is visiting and has had past neck problems on a high terrain trail that isn’t too rocky. Thanks!
–Dave Strothmann (07/11/2018)
A: That’s relative, but yes, it’s rocky like most of the trails in the area. Still bumpy even after airing down.
–Todd (07/11/2018)
Q: Any update on this trail being open? Couple of us planning to go this Saturday. Thanks
–Jason Hodges (07/05/2018)
A: We just went yesterday (07/08) and the Forest Service opened the trail as we approached the gate. No snow pack on the north side and the trail is excellent!
–David Loya (07/09/2018)
A: Hi Jason, right at or around July 15 is the slated date. Have fun, it is a great trail!
–Todd (07/06/2018)
Q: Any updates from trail? Is open yet?
–Tony (06/21/2018)
A: Forest Service opened the trail yesterday at around noon. Safe travels.
–David Loya (07/09/2018)
A: Hey Tony, our intel is saying this trail will open much later this year. Once it does we will post up an update. We have no idea of the time frame but we check it each week.
–Todd (06/21/2018)
Q: When does it open again?
–Edgar mier (01/30/2018)
A: Hi Edgar, I would not plan for the trail to open until late June or early July as its really going to depend on the spring snow melt.
–Todd (01/31/2018)
A: Hi Edgar, I would not plan for the trail to open until late June or early July as its really going to depend on the spring snow melt.
–Todd (01/31/2018)
Q: We are planning to go this weekend 10-22-17.. still open? thank you.!
–leandro (10/20/2017)
A: It is closed for the season. Have to wait until next year :)
–Todd (10/20/2017)
A: It is closed for the season. Have to wait until next year :)
–Todd (10/20/2017)
Q: Would I get cell service through Verizon wireless on Kingston?
–Derrick (09/29/2017)
A: While there are some bars intermittently on the trail, I would not count on cell service.
–Todd (10/01/2017)
Q: Would the trail be open on September 23rd?
–Adrian (09/14/2017)
A: Yes, it should be. Be sure to bring warm clothes, the wind up there starts to kick up this time of year.
–Todd (09/15/2017)
Q: We have a condo in Idaho springs this weekend and looking to do Kingston Peak. What's the easiest route to get to the trail? Also, can we come back down the same way? Thanks.
–Mitch Miller (09/07/2017)
A: Hi Mitch, if you are starting from the Condos at St. Mary's you can run Kingston from the reverse of how the trail is written to get up and down in the quickest fashion - that trailhead is just a mile away. You can run the trail in both directions so you are ok doing it like that. A fun loop route would be to take Yankee Hill (Central City Route) to Miners Gulch to Mosquito Creek Road and then go tackle Kingston in entirety and come right back down to the Condos.
–Todd (09/07/2017)
Q: Thank you for the response...also as dispersed camping is allowed up there, is it crazy talk? (thinking the wind)
–Fred (07/28/2017)
A: Camping on Kingston Peak is allowed south of the northern gate. The ground willl be very rocky along the higher parts of the trail as where towards the south trailhead is softer ground. Obviously it would be windy above tree line.
–Todd (07/28/2017)
Q: Do you feel strongly in which direction it "should" be run?
–Fred (07/27/2017)
A: Fred, you can run it either way and I like both, maybe north to south a little more. Additionally, if you run it from the north to south you get the right of way on all the tighter sections. I would do it both ways if you have the chance, as each offers its own perspective.
–Todd (07/27/2017)

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