Great views of Georgetown and I-70 corridor. Mt. Evans can be seen from the top. Endless switchbacks are impressive. Old log cabins scattered along the route. Don’t miss historic Georgetown and a new visitor center. Parking space is limited at the bottom. Unlicensed vehicles should consider accessing the area via Cascade Creek, Trail #61, where there is more parking.
Submitted by Charles Wells of FunTreks
Several more large boulders have fallen and I now rate the trail DIFFICULT. People have stacked rocks to get over the boulders, but I was challenged to get through in my stock Jeep Wrangler Sport. The rock cliffs above the trail are not maintained or reinforced in any way and, in my opinion, this trail is DANGEROUS!!! Hopefully, some future maintenance on the trail will make it safer. Trail is adopted by NAXJA, the North American XJ Association. For up-to-date pictures of this trail, see our new 4th Edition of Guide to Colorado Backroads & 4-Wheel-Drive Trails, set to be released for sale in mid-April of 2019.
In our ATV Guide Colorado Central Mountains, we combine this trail with “Cascade Creek” which is shown as a separate trail on this website. The upper part of Cascade Creek between Waypoints 02 and 08 in this ATV book, has gotten more difficult, although a skilled ATV rider shouldn’t have much trouble.
Great time today on Saxton Moutain. We approached over Mt Evans side from Cascade Creek trail. A few hair raising...See More