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Best trails in Creede

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Looking for a great trail near Creede, Colorado? AllTrails has 37 great hiking trails, trail running trails, mountain biking trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. You'll also find some great local park options, like Spring Creek Pass or Powderhorn Primitive Area. Ready for some activity? There are 17 moderate trails in Creede ranging from 4.8 to 61.6 miles and from 7,913 to 13,152 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!
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Map of trails in Creede
Top trails (37)
#1 - San Luis Summit
Gunnison National Forest
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Length: 11.2 mi • Est. 6 h 52 m
#2 - San Luis Peak via Stewart Creek Trail
Gunnison National Forest
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Length: 12.6 mi • Est. 7 h 25 m
#3 - North Clear Creek Falls Loop
Rio Grande National Forest
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Length: 0.3 mi • Est. 7 m
#4 - Pine River Trail to Weminuche Trail
Weminuche Wilderness
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Length: 27.6 mi • Est. Multi-day
#5 - Big Meadows Reservoir Trail
Rio Grande National Forest
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Length: 2.8 mi • Est. 1 h 7 m
Open year-round for summer hiking, horseback riding and winter X-country skiing. The trail is normally snowed in from December through May.Show more
#6 - Wheeler Geologic Area Road
Rio Grande National Forest
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Length: 27.9 mi • Est. Multi-day
NOTE: There are 2 ways to get to the top of Wheeler Monument. There is a hike (listed on AllTrails as "Wheeler Trail") and a 4WD road - the listing on this page. This road would be easy for an off-road vehicle, but a very long moderate for a hiker. Hikers can use the 4WD road, but you will be sharing it with vehicles. Users have reported periodic closures to vehicles on this road. High clearance 4WD vehicles are recommended. Users have also reported a large amount of downed trees along this trail. This is a very unique spot in Colorado. The hike is long, but mainly flat. The hike mainly goes across a flat mesa that is around 10,000 feet. The geologic area is out of this world beautiful. This national monument was established by Teddy Roosevelt in 1911 but was later designated a wilderness because so few people could make the difficult trek to the remote area.Show more
#7 - Lobo Overlook and Continental Divide Trail
Rio Grande National Forest
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Length: 5 mi • Est. 2 h 37 m
#8 - Wheeler Trail
La Garita Wilderness
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Length: 16.9 mi • Est. 8 h 54 m
Please note that hikers suggest driving up to this trail head from Pool Table Rd. Show more
#9 - Williams Creek Trail
San Juan National Forest
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Length: 19.7 mi • Est. 9 h 56 m
#10 - Squaw Creek, Continental Divide and Weminuche Trail Loop
Weminuche Wilderness
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Length: 29.1 mi • Est. Multi-day
Note: The term squaw is considered universally offensive by Indigenous groups in America due to its use for hundreds of years in a derogatory context. Indigenous activists have continued to work both locally and in more general educational efforts, to rename the locations across North America that contain the slur, as well as to eliminate the slur from the lexicon in general. See here for more info: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Squaw#Efforts_to_rename_placenames_and_terms_with_squaw_in_themShow more
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