Johnny Park Road FDR 118

Roosevelt National Forest, Colorado
Elevation Gain2,093ft
Trailhead Elevation7,412ft
Elevation Min/Max7412/8493ft
Elevation Start/End7412/7412ft

Johnny Park Road FDR 118

Johnny Park Road (FDR 118) is a hiking, biking, and horse trail in Boulder County, Colorado. It is within Roosevelt National Forest. It is 5.5 miles long and begins at 7,412 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 11.0 miles with a total elevation gain of 2,093 feet. The Allenspark Dispersed Camping camp site can be seen along the trail. This trail connects with the following: Fdr 118.1.
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Explorer | 30 pts
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This was a fun trail, it had good scenery, fun riding and was a beautifull area. We also did the Pierson Park Road, we liked it even better than the Johnny Park Road, it really had good ATV riding. Both roads make a good 2 day trip.
Adventurer | 200 pts
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Exciting trail, only a very small portion is difficult, I would say 30 feet of it, which involves crawling over a couple of rocks. I did it easily in a LR3. Also, at the end o fthe trail I definitely recommend taking the optional FS 118A at the end, its rating of difficult deserves it for the initial climb.

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"Convenient day trip from front range. Good weekend adventure when combined with Trail #7. Higher points along route have views of front range. Popular mountain bike route. Be courteous." Read more
"A variety of challenges with scenic camp spots along the route. Camp and park at both ends of the trail. The east end has a larger camping area. Several marked side roads to explore. Great trail for ATVs and dirt bikes. Makes a good weekend outing when combined with Pierson Park Road, Trail #11. Most of the route is easy to moderate. Only one short section on the east side is difficult. This spot is steep with challenging rock ledges. Another part of the trail has large mud holes. Some can be bypassed; others cannot. An experienced driver in an aggressive, high-clearance fourwheeldrive SUV should have no problems going west to east because the difficult section is downhill. Uphill is a bit more challenging." Read more

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Roosevelt National Forest
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Roosevelt National Forest
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