Lead King Basin Trail Topo Map

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This road is a side road of Schofield Pass Road. Initially, it ascends from the road running alongside the Crystal River through pine and aspen forest. The road is bumpy with imbedded rock and drainage channels cut across it but is not difficult in dry conditions. Sections of black soil can become very boggy after rain. Special Attractions: Abundant wildflowers in early summer; The challenging, narrow, and rocky section at the east end of the route. High-clearance 4WDs are required. This trail has either a rough, rutted surface, rocks up to 9 inches, mud and deep sand that may be impassable for inexperienced drivers, or stream crossings up to 18 inches deep. Certain sections may be steep enough to cause traction problems, and you may encounter very narrow shelf roads with steep drop-offs and tight clearance between rocks or trees.
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Crystal, Colorado

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