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Hiking & Walking: Colorado > Montrose Area

Quick Facts

Warner Route

Average Time: 2-2.5 Hours descent and 4 hours ascent.
Difficulty: Difficult
Distance: 2.75 Miles (4.4 Kilometers) River access: 1 Mile
Elevation Change: 2,722 Feet (829.7 Meters) Vertical Drop




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General Description

This is the longest route and overnight travel is highly suggested. Campsites are located up and downstream. Hike along the Warner Point Nature Trail and walk up the hill past post #13. Look for a large Utah serviceberry bush on the left that is marked with a small silver sign, titled "Serviceberry Bush." This is the start of the Warner Route. The path leads off to the left. Avoid the first drainage and continue west to the lowest saddle on the ridge before descending.



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Visitor Information:

Montrose County Chamber of Commerce, 550 N Townsend , Montrose, CO, 81401, Phone: 800-873-0244

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