Indian Point Trail is a 5.4 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Whitewater, Colorado that offers scenic views and is rated as difficult. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from March until September.
Directions from Grand Junction: Travel Hwy 50 east for 12 miles to Lands End Road. Travel approximetly 9 miles northeast to Kannah Creek gauging station. Kannah Creek and Spring Camp Trail heads begin at this point. The Indian Point trail takes off the Spring Camp Trail approximetly 5 miles up the trail.
The actual trail to Indian Point is difficult to find 2 miles up from the trail head and unmarked off to the southwest. While the scenery is superb this not an easy hike.
A steady climb up to Blue Lake on top. Great hiking, biking and horseback riding trail. Not much water crossing on this trail, but you can do a 11 mile loop by going up the Kannah creek trail 5 miles, then turn right on the Indian point cutoff and continue to Blue lake which is one another mile further. Then its another 5 miles back down to the parking lot. its an easy trail, just a consistant climb. great fishing at the Blue Lake.