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Grand Mesa National Forest - Beaver Creek Lodge

Near: CollbranCO (Weather)
Number of
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20 Total
Mileage
200 Difficulty: More Difficult Trail
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Trail Description Grand Mesa National Forest - Beaver Creek Trail is about 200 yards from our lodge and camp ground, through a private gate to the Nat Forest and trail system. From this point you can ride anywhere in the Nat Forest on many trails from beginners trail to expert, elevation from 7600 to 10,000. Beaver Creek passes through the south east corner of our property, lots of beavers and willows which the moose love, you will have an excellent chance of seeing them.
Best Time to Visit May, June, July, August
Times to Avoid Sept ------April
Campground Beaver Creek Lodge is located on 85 acres and adjoins the Grand Mesa National Forest. Beaver Creek trail is within 200 yds of our facility through a private gate and easy access. The lodge is a 3 br cabin and can sleep six. Lights, heat, stove, water, full kitchen, bath. Large corral for horses or mules, yes we love mules. It is an easy road access for even a motor home and trailer. Cabin rates $100/2, $150/4, $200/6. Rv rate $50/night. Call 970-487-3869 for additional info and reservations.
Human Facilities: Horse Facilities: Operated by: Contact: Additional Information
cabin, primitive, stall, water, Paul Adams
970-242-0506
warbirdsloft@aol.com
Paul Adams
216 27 1/2 Rd.
Grand Junction, CO 81503
Directions I-70 East from Grand Junction to Hwy 65 south, (Exit # 49) 13 miles to Hwy 330 east, 10 miles to Collbran. Continue east on Hwy 330 East till pavement ends, one mile turn right on Harrison Creek Rd. Beaver Creek Lodge is at the end of Harriosn Creek Rd.
This information was provided by Paul Adams on 1/12/2013 4:52:11 PM

Notes on Difficulty Rating:  
 Easy
(Gently sloping or level terrain; trails are groomed or wide open; shallow or no creek crossings. ) 
 More Difficult (Moderate hills over consistent surface; possibly some narrow trails and short steeper slopes) 
 Rigorous (Easy to More Difficult for rider but physically challenging for horse such as on a level surface through deep sand) 
 Challenging (Possible rocky, uneven surface, steep slopes, uncleared trails, faster flowing streams and other obstacles that lead to more difficult riding for rider and horse)

   

   

   

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