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Old 03-07-2012, 05:49 PM   #1
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Southern Colorado trails?

Anyone know of trails in the Del Norte, Alamosa, Monte Vista areas? I looked on trail damage and It doesn't show much in my area.

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There's a mountain road that goes up to the old summitville mine out side of south fork not sure the road number but I worked on the water treatment plant that's at the top.

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Old 03-07-2012, 08:00 PM   #3
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Thanks...ill see if I can locate it. I know there are some forest roads around the South Fork. I just moved here about three months ago so I'm kind of new to all this. Are the forest service roads open to whoever wants to use them
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You're in kind of a tough area for trails. San Juan National Forest is almost all designated wilderness or heavily protected. Your best bet would be to head up to the Buena Vista area, there's a lot of trails in that area.
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something you can do is go to your ranger district and ask for the MVUM (motor Vehicle use map) and it will have every legal forest road on there for that given district.
also on line here
Stay The Trail Colorado - Where To Go - Forest Service Motor Vehicle Use Maps
let me know if you have trouble navigating through the site.
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Thanks guys...you all are great
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No problem bud. Gotta help fellow jeepers out.
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