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Walk the Women's Forest Trail

  • 5 days ago · 10:00 AM
  • Women's Forest Trail

This is a very moderate walking/running trail that also serves as forest access roads. Appropriate for all levels. Wide and mild enough for even wheelchair bound or jogging strollers. A few gently rolling ups and downs, but mostly level. The forest is beautiful and full of aspens and birdsong. Cattle roam free here, so close the gates and enjoy their occasional boisterous calling.

Dogs: Well behaved dogs are welcome.  Leash is optional.

Directions to the parking area: There are two different ways that will take you to the same place. 

West on 24 to Divide

Turn Right (North) on County Road 5 (Traffic light at Ventura Foods).

County Road 5 will have a Y in the road. You can either go to the left, which is Country Road 51 (its a natural flow to the left) or go straight which is still Country Road 5.   

(Going straight has less curves, less dirt.)

Going straight on Country Road 5, go approx 2-3 miles. 

Turn Left on County Road 511 (after the red barn). This will be a dirt road.

Go about a mile. There will be a gate with sign and parking area on right. 

See you there! 

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