Long Hollow Road

Westcreek, Colorado (Douglas County)

Last Updated: 05/04/2022
4.3 / 5 ( 13 reviews )
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Typically Open: 05/01 - 11/30
Length: 9.79 miles
Highest Elevation: 8856 feet
Duration: About 1 hour
Shape of Trail: Connector
Best Direction to Travel: N/A
Nearest Town: Westcreek
Nearest Town w/ Services: Woodland Park
Official Road Name: 348
Management Agency: United States Forest Service
District: Pikes Peak Ranger District


Highlight: Long Hollow Road
Long Hollow Road is a winding switchback graded dirt road that connects HWY 67 and Rampart Range Road. Many sections are very scenic, and there’s a lake with a picnic ground towards the upper part. It also serves as a connector for many other fun trails that intersect along the way. It is an easy trail with only a few minor bumpy sections. There are only a few sections that are very brief that are narrow enough for only one vehicle to pass. Intersections can cause some confusion, but the road is very well marked, and you just need to look for the next 348 sign. The route is suitable for all vehicles in fair weather, but bring 4WD for rain or snow. There can be frequent and fast moving traffic on this road so be on the lookout at all times going around corners. There are large campgrounds along the way suitable for large groups. A gate closes this trail off seasonally depending on conditions, but it is usually open up to the first gate that allows access from the west side to more of the other trails that are open year round.


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1. Trail Starts at Rampart Range Road (0 mi)
The start of the trail on the east side is very well marked. Look for the large sign with multiple destinations, and the FS348 sign.

Directions to Trailhead

From Rampart Range Road: The trailhead is just north of the turn off from Dakan Road, look for a sign and the marker for FS 348 about 16.1 miles south from the Northern intersection of Hwy 67 and Rampart Range Road. From HWY 67 in Woodland Park: The trailhead is about 10.8 miles north of the intersection of 24 and HWY 67. Make a right on Rainbow Falls Road at the sign for Rainbow Falls Park, and then continue to the parking lot on the right onto FS348.



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John is a Colorado native who's been 4 wheeling since he got his first tacoma. His original goal of 4 wheeling was to get back into the campsites the Subarus couldn't quite get to. One trip after another, and now it's pretty much consumed all of his free time. He is currently living in Laporte, CO. When he is not coding for Trails Offroad or 4 wheeling, he also enjoys hiking, skiing, snowmobiling, and mountain biking.
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