|USGS 7.5' Map:||Corral Peaks|
|Managed by:||Routt National Forest,
Parks Ranger District
|100 N. Main (P.O. Box 158)
Walden, Colorado 80480
|Summary:||Tiger Oil 4WD road is a short spur road that ends in a valley below Corral Peaks.|
|Natural - Closed by heavy snows.
June - Best
July - Best
August - Best
September - Best
October - Early snows possible
|Camping:||There are a few dispersed camp sites along the road.|
|Fall Colors:||Poor - Pine forest|
|Navigation:||From Kremmling head east on US-40 East/Park Ave toward 7th Street and continue to follow US-40 East for 10.2 miles. Turn left onto County Rd 21and go 4.6 miles. Turn right to stay on County Rd 21 and go 0.3 miles. Take a slight left to stay on County Rd 21 and go 7.0 miles. Turn left to stay on County Rd 21 and go 0.5 miles. Stay to the left to start Tiger Oil, FR 125.
From Granby, CO. head west on US-40 West/E Agate Ave toward 1st Street and continue to follow US-40 West for 17.5 miles. Turn right onto County Rd 21 and go 4.6 miles. Turn right to stay on County Rd 21 and go 0.3 miles. Take a slight left to stay on County Rd 21 and go 7.0 miles. Turn left to stay on County Rd 21 and go 0.5 miles. Stay to the left to start Tiger Oil, FR 125.
|Tiger Oil road is a short spur road off of Corral Peak FR112.6, also known as Cabin Creek Divide. About two miles below Cabin Creek Divide on the west side Tiger Oil FR125 will head north toward Corral Peak South.
Note the beatle kill trees that cover the sides of Corral Peak in the photo. The road is well graded and does two switchbacks before coming to an end at a gate after 2.2 miles, just above Corral Creek.
|Data updated December 3, 2013 4WD Road driven September 2, 2013 Copyright 4X4Explore.com - 2000-2014|