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South Park Region Winter Trails Index

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Snowshoeing / Cross-Country Skiing Trails Map

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Snowshoeing / Cross-Country Skiing Trails List

Trail Name / Links to Descriptions 1-Way (mi) Rise (ft) Difficulty
Beaver Creek Winter Trail System. Includes Trail #687.      
Ben Tyler Trail #606. USFS webpage. 7.0   Moderate to Strenuous
Boreas Pass Road and Halfway Gulch.
See chapter "71. Boreas Pass Road and Halfway Gulch" in Colorado Mountain Club's book Snowshoe Routes -- Colorado's Front Range.
2.5 +450 Easy to Moderate
Brookside-McCurdy Trail #607. USFS webpage.
See chapter "42. McCurdy Mountain" in Colorado Mountain Club's book The Best Front Range Hikes.
See chapter "7. McCurdy Mountain" in Colorado Mountain Club's book Pack Guide: The Best Colorado Springs Hikes.
  +3,840  
Colorado Trail #1776 -- Segment 5. West from Long Gulch Trailhead to Kenosha Pass. USFS webpage.
See Segment 5 chapter in Colorado Mountain Club's book The Colorado Trail.
See chapter "69. Kenosha Pass and Colorado Trail East" in Colorado Mountain Club's book Snowshoe Routes -- Colorado's Front Range.
15.1 +2,109  
Colorado Trail #1776 -- Segment 6. West from Kenosha Pass to Georgia Pass (partial). USFS webpage. ORIC winter  trail map/description sheet (10).
See Segment 6 chapter in Colorado Mountain Club's book The Colorado Trail.
See chapter "68. Kenosha Pass and Colorado Trail West" in Colorado Mountain Club's book Snowshoe Routes -- Colorado's Front Range.
4.26 +908 Easy
Crooked Creek Trails #747, #748. singletracks webpage.      
Dolly Varden Road #415. (Also known as Windy Ridge Road.) summitpost.org webpage.      
Eleven Mile State Park Trail System. (Colorado Parks & Wildlife.) CP&W trails webpage. CP&W trails map.      
10Georgia Pass Road #54.      
Gold Dust Trail #698. (Also known as #653.) USFS webpage.
See chapter "72. Gold Dust Trail South" in Colorado Mountain Club's book Snowshoe Routes -- Colorado's Front Range.
See chapter "73. Gold Dust Trail North" in Colorado Mountain Club's book Snowshoe Routes -- Colorado's Front Range.
8.0 +1,000 Moderate
Hankins Pass Trail #630. USFS webpage. 6.8 + approach   Moderate to Strenuous
Hard Rock Interpretive Trail #670.1/#670.2. USFS webpage. USFS Trail Guide Page 1, Page 2. 0.9    
Limber Grove Trail #648 (#649 on National Geographic Trails Illustrated Map 110). USFS webpage. 1.5   Moderate
Little Baldy Trail #614. (North Ridge Route.) summitpost.org webpage. 1.5 + approach +2,000  
Lizard Rock Trail #658. USFS webpage.
See chapter "40. Lizard Rock -- Lake Park Loop" in Colorado Mountain Club's book The Best Front Range Hikes.
See chapter "5. Lizard Rock -- Lake Park Loop" in Colorado Mountain Club's book Pack Guide: The Best Colorado Springs Hikes.
2.3
Long Water Trail #619. USFS webpage. 3.5    
Michigan Creek Winter Trail. 7.0   Easy to Strenuous
Nate Stultz Trail #655 / #655.A. USFS webpage. 3.0   Moderate
20Overlook Trail. (Not on USFS map.)  USFS webpage.      
Platte River Trail #654. USFS webpage. 3.0   Easy to Moderate
Platte Springs Trail #626. USFS webpage. 1.0   Strenuous
Sheep Creek Trail #645. USFS webpage. 4.9    
Tie Hack Trail #659. USFS webpage.
See chapter "4. Tie Hack Loop" in Colorado Mountain Club's book Colorado's Quiet Winter Trails.
5.5 loop +1,140 Strenuous
Wigwam Trail #609. USFS webpage. 11.0   Moderate

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