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Johnny Park Road

Basics
Location:
Near Estes Park, Colorado
Length:
11.7 miles
Difficulty:
Beginner
Time:
1.5 hours

Description

Beginners and intermediate riders will especially enjoy this trail, although side trails that are rather trickier spur off from the main route. Much of the trail after the halfway point is downhill and can get slick - a climb about a fourth from the end is rocky enough to really challenge a stock 4wd vehicle.

Details

Location:
Near Estes Park, Colorado
Length:
11.7 miles
Difficulty:
Beginner
Time:
1.5 hours

Map + Directions

Basic Directions
    From Estes Park
  • For 12 miles, take Highway 7 south.
  • Take CR 82 east from Meeker Park.
  • When you reach a T intersection in about a mile, take a right.
  • Two miles in, you'll see a sign that points left for Pierson Park Road - continue on CR 82.
  • You'll reach another split at 3.2 miles - left is Parachute hill. Take Johnny Park Road, to your right.
  • At 4.1 miles, veer left and at 5.6 miles, veer right - these will keep you on FR 118/Johnny Park.
  • Veer right at 6.8 and 7.0 miles.
  • You'll reach pavement at 8.6 miles. 11.6 miles is when you'll turn onto Highway 36. Go right to head to Boulder and left for Estes. You're finished!
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