Marshall Pass via Poncha Creek

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Location Poncha Springs, CO
Rating Easy,
Length 27.3mi
Time 4hrs

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Overview

Narrow 4×4 road climbs through popular camping and fishing area.

A popular camping and fishing area with several Forest Service campgrounds around O’Haver Lake. Poncha Creek Road offers a better backcountry experience with stream fishing and dispersed camping next to the water. Great fall color with lots of aspens. A parking lot near Shirley Townsite and Marshall Pass provides convenient staging for unlicensed vehicles, which are not allowed on county roads entering and leaving the area.

Rating

Easy
Trail Ratings Defined

Marshall Pass can be reached from either side via well-graded, 2-wheel-drive roads F.S. 243 and F.S. 200. The route shown here bypasses 200 and takes you up the east side along parallel Poncha Creek Road, F.S. 203. This 4-wheel-drive road is less traveled with fewer motorists. Suitable for any 4-wheel-drive SUV with low range. Road closed Nov. 15 to May 30.

Stats

Length

27.3mi

Time

4hrs

High Point

10,842ft

Best Time To Go

June-Oct

Current Conditions

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