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Pass Trail Columbine Ranger District,
San Juan National Forest
This is the quickest access to Engineer Mountain. You can also combine this trail with Coal Creek or Deer Creek Trails to make a nice loop trip.
Red Creek Trail Columbine Ranger District,
San Juan National Forest
This trail is one of the first to open up in mid-spring and has great fall color. An overnight loop trip is possible.
Rico-Silverton Trail Columbine Ranger District,
San Juan National Forest
This trail ascends two high mountain passes, thus affording excellent views and good opportunities for photography.
Salt Creek Trail Columbine Ranger District,
San Juan National Forest
The trail switchbacks down through meadows and aspen glades. The bottom of the trail is a bit rougher and steeper, so watch your step.
Shearer Creek Trail Columbine Ranger District,
San Juan National Forest
Horses use this trail heavily. The stream needs to be crossed near the bottom and the views at the top are wonderful.
Sliderock Trail Columbine Ranger District,
San Juan National Forest
The Sliderock Trail is a small portion of the Colorado Trail. This trail offers excellent views and photographic opportunities, especially on Kennebec Pass.
South Fork Trail (Columbine Ranger District) Columbine Ranger District,
San Juan National Forest
This trail provides beautiful meadows, good fishing, great views and access to other trails. There are a few creek crossings and spring runoff can create challenges.
Spud Lake Trail Columbine Ranger District,
San Juan National Forest
The trail passes through aspen forests and skirts large rock outcroppings while following a small creek that drains from the lake. The view to the south is of the Hermosa Cliffs, Animas Valley and West Needle Mountains.
West Lime Creek Trail Columbine Ranger District,
San Juan National Forest
There are several waterfalls along the creek. In July and August the wildflowers are usually prolific.
Whitehead Trail Columbine Ranger District,
San Juan National Forest
Most of the trail is located above timberline, so navigation with a compass is best. The alpine meadows are full of blooming wildflowers in late July and in August.
Youngs Canyon Trail Columbine Ranger District,
San Juan National Forest
The trail is very steep for the first 1.5 miles with about a 1,200 foot rise in elevation and is used heavily during the hunting seasons.
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