Fourmile Falls via Fourmile Stock Drive Trail

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Weminuche Wilderness

Fourmile Falls via Fourmile Stock Drive Trail is a 8.3 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near Pagosa Springs, Colorado that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, camping, and horses. Dogs and horses are also able to use this trail.

Length8.3 miElevation gain1,148 ftRoute typeOut & back
CampingHikingHorseback ridingDog friendlyForestRiverViewsWaterfallWildflowersWildlifeRocky
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SEASONAL ROAD CLOSURE: Roads leading to this trailhead are subject to seasonal closure. For more information, please visit https://www.fs.usda.gov/recarea/sanjuan/recreation/recarea/?recid=42926&actid=104

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Cheyenne Cantler
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Can’t get to trail got stuck in a big truck at 5.6miles from the trail

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Shelby Dee
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HikingSnow

the road to the trail was snowed im about 5 miles from the TH- appears to be currently used for snowmobiling.

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Amanda M
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HikingMuddySnow

Great trail and views of the falls. Hiked on 11/26 and did okay with our spikes, followed someone else’s trail until about 0.5 mi from the falls then had to backtrack to find/create the trail. Will need snowshoes in a couple weeks for sure.

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Christopher Arocha
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Sooper Edd
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HikingBlowdownMuddy

Beautiful trail with no real steep climbs with some spektakalur waterfalls at the end.

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Kyle McCall
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One month ago: Decent hike for intermediate level; there are some steep moments, and a few down trees on both trails in/out. The Falls were very pretty, even though they were sparse (‘tis the season). There’s a steep scramble to half-way up the Falls where you can be behind the water, and there’s a beautifully peaceful outlook from there (see photo of #donthetherapypup).

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Sara Spanich
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Hiking

Trail was decent. Lots of horse and dog poop on trail. There is a downed tree on the trail that you need to go under and a handful to climb over on the final ascent. Overall, worth the views.

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Kyle McCall
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Madison Anderson
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HikingGreat!

beautiful hike. not very steep and a well-groomed trail with gorgeous views.

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Brett Flores
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HikingGreat!

Was a pretty fun trail to hike, the waterfalls were more of a trickle this time of the year but still really amazing to hangout at for a couple hours.

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Matt Ptaszkiewicz
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Melissa Chiu
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Ray Mak
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Hiking

Great hike. When you go right to view the second water fall, you can continue up the path to the head of the second water fall (about 4 miles from the trailhead). If you continue past the 4 mile mark, you will come to a third waterfall (which was actually the best waterfall on my hike on Oct. 12). Warning, past the 4 mile mark there are some strenuous stretches. My Garmin gave out after the 4 mile mark but would estimate the third waterfall was about 4.75 miles from trailhead.

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Shannon Spence
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Robert Cox
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HikingGreat!

Great hikes. Leaves are still changing which made it that much better. First waterfall not much of a waterfall but the second one is beautiful. Water for about the first half of the trek is available for the pups but not really the second half.

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Char Lene
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HikingGreat!

Great trail, definitely not crowded. Great weather but wish we started out earlier in the morning. The only downfall was I lost my sunglasses on the trail (shown in profile pic) so if you happen to find a pair of Coach sunglasses please let me know.

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Jennifer Rose
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Hiking

Easy start the first two miles or so. The first waterfall is now just a trickle. Pretty views! Almost missed the trail to get to the second larger waterfall. It is right before you get to the first one, on the right side. That is about a 10 minute jaunt, and the steeper part. Trees were still yellow this weekend. Our watches clocked it being about 6.5 miles as well.

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Debbie Okada
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Scenic driving

Great hike… Normally I don’t go as late in the day and I did feel like we were chasing the sun at the end but just arrive back at 6 PM. Dip our heads in the waterfall or what there was of it

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amy kowald
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we did this hike on Oct 7. we did this hike 2 years ago and at that time there was a trail that veered off to the right maybe just before mile 3 and that took us to the grotto at the bottom of the second fall. you could actually scramble back into the bottom and in the month of May (when we last did it) there was still snow at the bottom of the falls. This trip we could not locate that trail at all. We were not the only ones looking for it. Two other groups gave up as well.

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Brad Green
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HikingGreat!

The trail wasn’t too busy on a Tuesday morning in early October. The temperature was perfect, and the aspen are peaking. Lots of sun, so bring sunscreen. This is an equestrian trail, so expect some poop. There are two waterfalls on this hike. The 1st was a trickle, but the 2nd was more substantial. It looked like most people didn’t know about the 2nd waterfall because we had it to ourselves. Check your AllTrails map to avoid missing it. It’s worth the side trail up the loose rock to see it. Trekking poles will help. We clocked 6.5 miles total. Great hike with waterfalls, mountain views, forests, meadows. It took about 30 minutes to get there from Pagosa. The road was in great condition, and any car can make it during good weather. It was almost entirely gravel.

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Tim Swickard
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Barbara Szalaj
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beautiful hike

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