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Keystone Gulch

1 Review
Location Keystone, CO
Rating Easy,
Length 7.6mi
Time 1hr

Vehicle Types

Overview

Climbs through Keystone Ski Area to photogenic mine.

Trail is CLOSED just before Waypoint 02.

This trail follows a gulch along the west side of Keystone Ski Area, turns east across ski slopes, then climbs to a photogenic mine above the ski area. Lower section of trail follows a stream with classically built beaver ponds. The most interesting part of drive begins after Waypoint 04. If you’ve skied at Keystone, you’ll recognize the “Outback Express” lift.

Rating

Easy
Trail Ratings Defined

Trail is CLOSED just before Waypoint 02.

This trail barely needs 4-wheel drive, but you may need lowrange for the high-altitude portion. Last mile is narrow with a few mildly rocky sections. To turn around at the top, use wide spots at switchbacks. Don’t drive if road is snow covered.

Stats

Length

7.6mi

Time

1hr

High Point

12,000ft

Best Time To Go

July-Sept

Current Conditions

(970) 468-5400White River N.F., Dillon R.D.

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Trail Updates

07/22/2023
Submitted by Mark
It seems to be gated to all vehicles only 2 miles in. Bikes and hikers were still allowed past gate.
FunTreks note: The current MVUM shows what customers are reporting. The trail is closed before waypoint 2.

09/22/2022
Submitted by David
I drove it today and found the road closed about 2 miles in. Remote control gate, motor access for keystone resort only. I drove it a few years back with no restrictions.

08/12/2022
Submitted by Chris
Trail is closed with a gate at 2.5 miles. Sign advises construction. Appeared to be more than just a temporary gate.

 

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Bill says

8-7-2023 we also found the locked gate. A sign on the gate says that hikers, bikers, equestrians are welcome to continue but no motor vehicles.
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