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NRT Ambassador on 05/29/2019.
This trail has been adopted by: Pam R.
Loop Trail? No
Agency: USDA Forest Service
Entry Fee? No
Parking Fee? No Allowed Uses:
Dogs - On leash
Pedestrian - Walking/Hiking/Running
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Location: 15 miles west of Ft. Collins, CO. on CO Hwy 14., In Arapaho-Roosevelt National Forest 20 mi. NW of Fort Collins on SR 14.
From Fort Collins, take US 287 north to junction with Colorado 14 west. Take Colorado 14 west for 8.4 miles to the trailhead.
One of the busiest trails in northern Colorado. The trail is steep, gaining 2,039 ft in 3.1 miles. Greyrock Meadows Trail (2.6 mi.) is a loop trail off of the Greyrock Trail and can be travelled for different views. Greyrock climbs from the Poudre Canyon alongside the Cache la Poudre Wild and Scenic River. The top of Greyrock provides views of plains out to the east and mouintains to the west. Please stay on the trail.
Width: 18 inches.
Primary Surface: Gravel
Secondary Surface: Gravel
Average Grade: 7%
Maximum Grade: 15%
Elevation Low Point: 5,574
Elevation High Point: 7,613
Elevation Gain (cumulative): 2,246 feet
Year Designated: 1979
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