|USGS 7.5' Map:||Parkview Mountain, Radial Mountain|
|Managed by:||Arapaho National Forest,
Sulphur Ranger District
|9 Ten Mile Drive, P.O. Box 10
Granby, Colorado 80446
|Summary:||Parkview Mountain 4WD road takes you from just below Willow Creek Pass to a basing below Parkview Mountain where some mining activity took place.|
|Agency - Nov 16 to Jun 14
June - May not open yet
July - Possible drifts
August - Best
September - Best
October - Early snows possible
|Camping:||There are no dispersed sites along Parkview Mountain road.|
|Fall Colors:||Poor - This area is mainly pine forest.|
|Navigation:||From Granby, CO. head west on US-40 West/E Agate Ave toward 1st Street and continue to follow US-40 West for 3.0 miles. Turn right onto Colorado Hwy 125 North and go 21.0 miles. At a sweeping curve take a left hand turn onto a gravel road. This is Parkview Mountain, FR266.1, 4WD road.
From Walden, CO. head south on Main St toward Van Horn Ave for 0.2 miles. Turn right onto Colorado Hwy 125 South/Main St and continue to follow Colorado Hwy 125 South for 32.2 miles. Just after crossing Willow Creek Pass, at a sweeping curve, take a right hand turn onto a gravel road. This is Parkview Mountain, FR266.1, 4WD road.
|Parkview Mountain leaves Highway 125 just below Willow Creek Pass and begins to climb through a series of switchbacks. The road is rocky and it climbs through stands of shorter pine trees. As you gain altitude the road will do broader switchbacks. There will be an itersection at the top of a short swtichback. The right hand road will head over to FR750 on the other side of the Rabbit Ears Range. The left road will continue up beyond treeline to the remains of a mine in a cirque below Parkview Moutnain.
|Data updated December 5, 2013 4WD Road driven September 2, 2013 Copyright 4X4Explore.com - 2000-2014|