Bison Mountain Peak Path

Lost Creek Wilderness Area, Colorado

Distance0.9mi
Elevation Gain637ft
Trailhead Elevation11,879ft
Top12,405ft
Elevation Min/Max11834/12405ft
Elevation Start/End11879/11879ft

Bison Mountain Peak Path

Bison Mountain Peak Path is a hiking trail in Park County, Colorado. It is within Lost Creek Wilderness Area. It is 0.9 miles long and begins at 11,879 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 1.8 miles with a total elevation gain of 637 feet. The trail ends near Bison Mountain (elevation 12,392 feet). This trail connects with the following: Brookside Mccurdy Trail.

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"Bison Peak is the highest in the Tarryall Range. The name Tarryall is said to have originated when miners found such abundant gold in this area that they believed there was enough for all (Tarry-all).

This hike enters the Lost Creek Wilderness, with its fascinating domes and knobs of pink, Pikes Peak granite. Lost Creek gets its name from it habit of disappearing into piles of rock, only to reappear further downstream.

Explore the Lost Creek Wilderness with its striking rock formations and herd of bighorn sheep."

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Trail Information

Lost Creek Wilderness Area
Nearby City
Lost Creek Wilderness Area
Parks
Pike National Forest, Lost Creek Wilderness Area
Local Contacts
USGS Farnum Peak, McCurdy Mountain, Topaz Mountain
Local Maps