Mayflower Gulch Grand Traverse is a 6.1 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Breckenridge, Colorado that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from March until September.
cross country skiing
This was a great winter hike. We used snowshoes but not necessary. The trail was packed down. Many people skinning and hiking w traction. Incline in the beginning but not too bad. Brought our dogs they had a blast running around. Beautiful view at the end! Definitely will be back
Most beautiful views of the mountains and a neat little cabin.
Beautiful and easy hike worth doing for anyone visiting Colorado.
Took as 3 hours round trip and towards the end of September it was spectacular-the colors were gorgeous although not full of aspens, the broken down cabins and mining areas were fascinating, not a hard hike and SO worthwhile.
Hiked this trail 9/1016. We did the loop and the back side was just as senior but completely different. great hike and beautiful views.
walk is on a road which takes points off. Beautiful views.
Beautiful scenery and neat old buildings to explore!!
Beautiful 360 views at the top! Walk up to Clinton trail and loop all the way on two trails. Old log cabin mining town.
Fantastic views. Went right at the boston mines and from there you can see the mayflower gulch, ampitheater, and clinton reserve.
Amazing views. Recommend hiking up to the ridge in the west up the jeep trail. Easy parking and not near Breckinridge. Go 6 miles south on 91 at copper mnt exit.