Greyrock Trail #946/Greyrock Meadows Trail #947

  

A bridge located on the Greyrock Meadows Trail.  Cache La Poudre River flows below.

The trail gently rises for ¾ mile then divides. The left branch, Meadows Trail (#947), is the slightly less strenuous but longer, and rejoins the main trail about 2.6 miles later. The right main branch turns uphill for 1.7 miles where it meets the upper end of the Meadows Trail. From the upper junction an additional ¾ mile climb leads to the summit. Trailhead signs warn of Giardia in the water and poison ivy growing along the trails of Greyrock. Greyrock trailhead accommodates approximately 39 vehicles.

You can find more information on the Poudre Wilderness Volunteers website. Download trail summary here.

At a Glance

Usage: Heavy
Restrictions: Trail Regulations: Dogs must be on a hand held leash. No motorized or mechanized equipment. Horses and stock are prohibited. Camps and fires at least 200 feet from water and trail. Shooting is prohibited unless hunting.
Closest Towns: Fort Collins
Water: None
Restroom: Practice Leave No Trace principles.

General Information

Directions: Travel 11 miles northwest of Fort Collins on U.S. Highway 287 to Colorado Highway 14. Turn left on CO 14, and travel 9 miles to the Greyrock parking lot on the south side of the road. Steps lead down to the road and a footbridge across the river to the trailhead.

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Location

 
  Area/Length : 
Trail #946 3.1 miles one-way; Trail #947 2.6 miles one-way

  Latitude : 
40.695008

  Longitude : 
-105.283327

  Elevation : 
Beginning Elevation: Trail #946 5,580'; Trail # 947 5,840' - Peak Elevation: Trail # 946 7,480'; Trail # 947 7,050'

 



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