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Lincoln Creek Road

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Location Aspen, CO
Rating Moderate,
Length 12mi
Time 4hrs

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Overview

Picnic, camp and fish on way to high-elevation mines.

Road follows beautiful Lincoln Creek and is surrounded by wilderness. Stay on road at all times. Popular mountain biking, hiking and fishing area. Road accesses historic Lincoln Creek Mining District. Camp in one of 22 designated sites along trail or in two F.S. Campgrounds. Swimming in Lincoln Creek is allowed but very dangerous. Unlicensed vehicles are allowed, but it is absolutely critical to stay on main road at all times.

Rating

Moderate
Trail Ratings Defined

The northern portion of this trail is easy. South of Grizzly Reservoir the trail narrows and gets a bit rockier. The last 0.7 miles before Ruby Mine is rocky, narrow and steep.

Stats

Length

12mi

Time

4hrs

High Point

12,300ft

Best Time To Go

July-Sept

Current Conditions

(970) 925-3445White River N.F., Aspen R.D.

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Trail Updates

7/08/2020
Submitted by Colin
The road is clear and conditions as described in the book. Any avalanche tree fall has been cleared – Only made it to approximately Truro Lake hike TH before daughter forced me to turn around.

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