Fourth of July Road Topo Map

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The Fourth of July Road is a widely used access route for campers, hikers, riders, and four-by-four vehicles. Thus, it tends to get crowded during the weekend. Don’t let the crowds turn you away, however, from enjoying the cool, refreshing runoff of Hellums Waterfall and the high-mountain scenery of Klondike and Bald Mountains. The trail delivers riders to the Fourth of July Campground and the boundary of the Indian Peaks Wilderness Area, a popular entrance point for backpackers. Located near the quirky old mining town of Eldora, the Fourth of July Road offers riders, with a yearn-to-burn attitude, a moderate to challenging ascent past the Eldora Ski Area and onto the base of the 11,340-foot Bald Mountain. Terrain: Dirt road that can get considerably rutted as it climbs through mixed aspen and conifer forests.
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Nederland, Colorado

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