The Farris Creek Road leaves Brush Creek Road and leads east gaining elevation. After climbing for 1/2 mile, the road descends into the Farris Creek drainage. Users can gain access to Strand Hill and Farris Creek mountain biking trails from this road.
Directions from Crested Butte: Travel one and a half miles south on Highway 135 to Brush Creek Road. Turn left on to Brush Creek Road and drive three miles to Farris Creek Road.
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Farris Creek Road # 736
Farris Creek Road
Brush Creek - Brush Creek begins in the Elk Mountains and flows into the East River on the eastern flanks of Mt. Crested Butte.
Brush Creek Road #738 - This road is a popular route for off-road vehicles, including mountain bikes, between Aspen and Crested Butte. The road is extremely technical when it nears Pearl Pass.
Farris Creek Trail - Farris Creek Trail leads north and south for four miles to connect Brush Creek and Cement Creek.
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