Mee Canyon Trail is a hiking and horse trail in Mesa County, Colorado. It is within Black Ridge Canyons Wilderness Area. It is 2.7 miles long and begins at 5,465 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 5.5 miles with a total elevation gain of 2,149 feet.
Mee Canyon Trail Professional Reviews and Guides
"With giant alcoves, windows, and spires, Mee Canyon offers one of the most exciting hikes in this high-desert country. While this is an easy route for experienced hikers, it is not recommended for inexperienced hikers because of the primitive nature of this trail. Directional signs and other evidence of human imprints are limited."
--Bill Haggerty, Best Easy Day Hikes Grand Junction and Fruita (Falcon Guides).
"With arches, windows, spires, and alcoves, Mee Canyon offers one of the most exciting hikes in this high-desert country. This route is not recommended for inexperienced hikers as it steeply descends both Entrada and Wingate sandstone layers with exposed cliffs and very limited access. Also, directional signs and other evidence of human imprints are limited."
--Bill Haggerty, Hiking Colorado's Western Slope (Falcon Guides).
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