Yankee Hill, Kingston Peak ATV Trail

Central City, Colorado

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A tangle of rugged, remote trails between Central City and Alice. Most of area is between 9,000 and 12,000 feet with sweeping views above timberline. One overlook, near Yankee Hill, looks across valley to St. Mary’s Glacier. Another, near Kingston Peak, looks down on scenic Loch Lomond. The trail begins near Central City on mostly easy roads. After a few miles, roads narrow and become rockier. A key fork at Waypoint 04 sends you in two completely different directions. Left goes past Yankee Hill on a more direct route to Alice. Right drops through Miners Gulch to connect with F.S. 353 that takes you over Kingston Peak towards Alice. You must eventually turn around on both routes because ATVs are not allowed to ride through Alice.

Yankee Hill, Kingston Peak ATV Trail Professional Review and Guide

"A tangle of rugged, remote trails between Central City and Alice. Most of area is between 9,000 and 12,000 feet with sweeping views above timberline. One overlook, near Yankee Hill, looks across valley to St. Mary’s Glacier. Another, near Kingston Peak, looks down on scenic Loch Lomond.

The trail begins near Central City on mostly easy roads. After a few miles, roads narrow and become rockier. A key fork at Waypoint 04 sends you in two completely different directions. Left goes past Yankee Hill on a more direct route to Alice. Right drops through Miners Gulch to connect with F.S. 353 that takes you over Kingston Peak towards Alice. You must eventually turn around on both routes because ATVs are not allowed to ride through Alice."

Activity Type: Off-Highway Drives
Nearby City: Central City
Distance: 32.5
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Difficulty: Moderate
Duration: 6 hours
Season: Best summer and fall
Local Contacts: Arapaho National Forest
Driving Directions: Directions to Yankee Hill, Kingston Peak ATV Trail

Recent Trail Reviews

6/25/2017
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Overall a good UTV trip. We did 23.6 miles on this. Still snow on top of Kingston peak so was not able to get to the top but was still a good ride



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