Guller Creek Trail

Summit County, Colorado

Distance10.3mi
Elevation Gain4,864ft
Trailhead Elevation12,022ft
Top12,287ft
Elevation Min/Max9982/12287ft
Elevation Start/End12022/12022ft

Guller Creek Trail

Guller Creek Trail is a hiking and biking trail in Summit County, Colorado. It is within White River National Forest. It is 10.3 miles long and begins at 12,022 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 20.7 miles with a total elevation gain of 4,864 feet. The trail ends near the Kokomo Pass saddle. There are also towers near the end of the trail. This trail connects with the following: Colorado Trail (Segment 8).

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Best Hikes Near Breckenridge and Vail (Falcon Guides)
Maryann Gaug
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"Wander across some of Copper Mountain’s west-side ski trails filled with wildflowers on section eight of the 483-mile Colorado Trail, then wind down to the confluence of Jacque and Guller Creeks. Remnants of the old days of mining and logging mix with today’s white gold (snow riding) along this trail. Hike along beautiful willow-lined Guller Creek through little meadows filled with colorful flowers to the remains of an old cabin. A shorter, 6.4-mile out-and-back hike is also listed." Read more

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Trail Information

Summit County
Nearby City
Dog-friendly
Accessibility
USDA Forest Service, Dillon Ranger District, 680 Blue River Pkwy., Silverthorne; (970) 468-5400; www.fs.usda.gov/white river; www.dillonrangerdistrict.com
Local Contacts
USGS Copper Mountain; Nat Geo Trails Illustrated 109 Brecken ridge/Tennessee Pass; Latitude 40˚ Summit County Trails; USFS White River National Forest map
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