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Beaver Meadows/First Notch Area Unimproved Road



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General Description

Trail follows Beaver Meadows Road #135 to the Beaver Meadows area. An area of large open parks to the east of the road. Length of the trip to Beaver Meadows area is approximately 11.0 miles and the elevation is 9,600. The Beaver Meadows area offers large parks for riding across open terrain without trails. The road is not marked with signs.

Variations include: traveling north on the Beaver Meadows Road 2.0 miles to the
Beaver Creek Road, 5.0 miles to the Jungle Canyon Road or 8.0 miles to the Indian Creek Road then circling back to the Beaver Meadows Road. Another variation would be to take one of these roads and connect with the First Notch Road (Forest Service Road #621) and take this the 5.0 miles to Highway 160. A shuttle of 9.0 miles would be necessary for this snowmobile trip.



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Updated: 2003-09-03 12:19:00.0


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Recreation Opportunities
Activity Remarks On Site
ICON Four-Wheel Driving A number of roads in the area
Yes
ICON Snowmobiling Beaver Meadows/First Notch Area Unimproved Road
Yes



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Columbine Ranger District, 367 South Pearl Street, P.O. Box 439 , Bayfield, CO, 81122, Phone: 970-884-2512, Fax: 970-884-2428, TTY: 970-884-1433

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