Cobbett Lake Trail #747

  

The Cobbett Lake Trail #747 circles around Cobbett Lake from the Campground entrance to the Campground itself.  It passes through a small parking and picnic area just off Trickle Park Road, FSR #121. Cobbett Lake is routinely stocked with rainbow trout by the Colorado Parks and Wildlife. This trail has been built to provide travel for most types and ages of hikers.

At a Glance

Open Season: Late June - October
Usage: Heavy
Best Season: Summer
Restrictions: Open to Hiking and Fishing.
Closest Towns: Cedaredge, COand Mesa, CO

General Information

Directions:

WESTERN ACCESS:

Travel approximately 23 miles south on Hwy 65 from the town of Mesa, or Travel  north from the town of Cedaredge for approximately 16 miles.  Just 10 feet after turning off of Hwy 65 onto the entrance road, is the Cobbett Lake Trailhead. 

EASTERN ACCESS:

Travel approximately 23 miles south on Hwy 65 from Mesa, or travel north from Cedaredge for approximately 16 miles.  This trailhead is located on the southwest corner of the Cobbett Lake Campground.


Parking:

WESTERN TRAILHEAD:

Highway 65, Cobbett Lake Campground entrance.  T.  12S.,  R 95.,  Sec. 2.  U.S.G.S. Map:  Grand Mesa.

EASTERN  TRAILHEAD:

Southwest corner of Cobbett Lake Campground. T. 12S.,  R.  95W.,  Sec. 2.  U.S.G.S Map:  Grand Mesa.


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