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Beaver Meadows Trail

  

A visitor information sign in front of the Beaver Meadows Trail. The trail starts behind the sign.

Within a mile of the trailhead, a scenic meadow takes form with beaver ponds dotting the area. Climbing slowly, you dart into the trees before coming upon another meadow. This is where the Resthouse Meadows Fire burned 1,076 acres in 1964. The Resthouse Meadows Fire is believed to have been caused by humans.

General Information

Directions: * From Evergreen, take the Upper Bear Creek Road for 10 miles to the Mount Evans State Wildlife Management Area. * Travel another five miles to the Camp Rock State Campground.

Activities


Hiking

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Day Hiking

The trail begins at the Camp Rock Campground. Within a mile of the trailhead, a scenic meadow takes form with beaver ponds dotting the area. Climbing slowly, you dart into the trees before coming upon another meadow. This is where the Resthouse Meadows Fire burned 1,076 acres in 1964. The Resthouse Meadows Fire is believed to have been caused by humans.
Fire InformationUnless seasonal restrictions are in effect, campfires must be attended at all times and cold to the touch with the bare hand before being abandoned. Collection of dead and down wood is allowed; do not break branches from standing trees for firewood.
Difficulty Level: More Difficult


https://www.fs.usda.gov/recarea/arp/recreation/climbing/recarea/?recid=28676&actid=50