Gunnison County Road 44   
USGS 7.5' Map: Parlin, Houston Gulch
Difficulty: Number: Miles: Altitude: Obstacles: Time:
Graded Cnty 44 4.1 8,200 ft. NA 10 Min.
County: Gunnison
Adopted by:      
Managed by: Gunnison County 811 Rio Grande Avenue
Gunnison, CO 81230
Summary: Gunnison County 44 is a short bypass between County Road 76 which goes to Pitkin and US Hwy 50 east of Parlin. It passes some intersting rock formations.
Attractions: Scenery
Best Time: June - Best
July - Best
August - Best
September - Best
October - Best
Trail Heads
Camping: There are no campsites along Cnty Road 44. It crosses BLM land and County land.
Base Camp: NA
Fall Colors: Poor - the landscape is rock and sage.
Navigation: From Sargents, CO head west on US Hwy 50 for 15.2 miles. Turn right onto Cnty Road 44/802.

From Gunnison, CO head east on US Hwy 50 for 11.5 miles. Turn left on to Cnty Road 76. Go 3.8 miles. Turn right onto Cnty Road 44.
Gunnison County Road 44 is a short side road the is well graded crossing through some interesting landscapes north of US Hwy 50 near Parlin. At the northern end you will pass some private residence before entering BLM lands. As you continue south the landscape will start to have rock outcroppings with interesting strata and coloration. At the sothern end of the county road you will tie into Wood Gulch and Cnty Road 802 near a powerline before connecting with US Hwy 50.
Data updated: November 1, 2011      4WD Road driven: September 4, 2011      Copyright - 2000-2014