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Wheatley Creek Trailhead

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The Wheatley Creek Trail provides a good access to the lower Troublesome Area and is a moderate hike. As the trail passes in and out of meadows and aspen stands, campsites are abundant. Private land is located near the north end of the trail and users should avoid crossing onto the land. This trail…

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Location

Wheatley Creek Trailhead is located in Colorado

Directions

From Kremmling: Take Highway 40 east approximately 10 miles to an intersection marked with a "Forest Access Sign". Turn left here driving over the railroad tracks on County Road 21. Following Country Road 21 drive approximately 6 miles following the signs to the National Forest. At the intersection of the County Road and Forest Roads 12 and 112 take Forest Road 12. Drive approximately 3 miles and turn left on Forest Road 121. Follow this road approximately 2 miles to the Wheatley Creek Trailhead.

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40.16754873 N
106.17595028 W

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About This Campground

The Wheatley Creek Trail provides a good access to the lower Troublesome Area and is a moderate hike. As the trail passes in and out of meadows and aspen stands, campsites are abundant. Private land is located near the north end of the trail and users should avoid crossing onto the land. This trail lies within the Troublesome Area. Motorized use on any trail in this area is prohibited. There may also be confusion due to the many game trails made by cattle grazing in the area. No developed facilities. Setting is at interface of sagebrush/aspen/conifer forest area. Timberline is at approximately 10,500 feet elevation. This trailhead is managed by the Parks Ranger District.

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