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Link-McIntyre Trailhead

  

This trailhead provides access to the Rawah Wilderness Area via the Link and McIntyre Trails. The trailhead accommodates approximately 20 vehicles and 5 designated trailer spaces. Access is off of Larimer County Road 130, which in turn accesses off of Laramie River Road (County Road 103). The trailhead is just west of Browns Park Campground

At a Glance

Rentals & Guides: no
Usage: Light
Closest Towns: Rustic, Red Feather Lakes, Laramie, WY
Water: None
Restroom: Vault Toilets

General Information

Directions: Travel 11 miles northwest of Fort Collins on U.S. Highway 287. Turn left onto Colorado Highway 14, and travel 52 miles to County Road 103, Laramie River Road. Turn right and travel north about 16 miles to County Road 80C, Glendevey Road. Turn left and travel about 3 miles to the Link and McIntyre Trailhead parking on the left just past Browns Park Campground.

Recreation Map

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Activities


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Horse Riding

Link-McIntyre trailhead accommodates approximately 20 vehicles and 5 designated trailer spaces.
Corralsno
Hitching Railsyes
Loading Rampno
Size Restrictionsno


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