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Coney Creek Road

Basics
Location:
15 miles south of Estes Park
Surface:
Rock
Vehicle Type:
ATV,
4wd Vehicle
Length:
4 miles
Difficulty:
Difficult
Time:
1 to 1.5 hours
Season:
Summer to fall

Description

Coney Creek Road is a continuously rocky route which climbs over some short steep hills. In wet times there are muddy pools that can hide large rocks. The Coney Creek crossing is very deep and can be impassible in spring. The road ends at the Indian Peaks Wilderness Boundary at the Coney Flats Trailhead for the Beaver Creek Trail. This can make a loop with the Middle Saint Vrain Road. The connector road is especially steep and narrow.

Details

Location:
15 miles south of Estes Park
Surface:
Rock
Setting:
Rocky, stream crossings
Vehicle Type:
ATV
4wd Vehicle
Length:
4 miles
Difficulty:
Difficult
Time:
1 to 1.5 hours
Season:
Summer to fall

Map + Directions

Basic Directions
Coney Creek Road is accessible from County Road 96, at Beaver Reservoir.
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