Brush Creek Connector #627

  

The Brush Creek Connector Trail #627 begins on Forest Service Road 736, Farris Creek Road, and ends at an intersection with FSR 738, Brush Creek Road and FSR 738.2B, East Brush Creek Road. This trail crosses 4 streams and has lots of ups and downs as it traverses the ridge above Brush Creek. It drops down into the Brush creek drainage and comes to an end where Brush Creek and East Brush Creek Roads converge.

Geo-Ref Trail Map   Geo-Reference Instructions

At a Glance

Open Season: March - November
Usage: Light-Medium
Best Season: Summer
Restrictions: Open to hiking, horseback, and mountain bike.

General Information

General Notes:

From Crested Butte: Travel south on Hwy 135 for approximately 1.8 miles to the intersection with County Road 738, Brush Creek Road. CR 738 becomes FSR 738 at the National Forest boundary. Turn left onto CR 738 and continue for approximately 3.5 miles to FSR 736, Farris Creek Road. Turn right onto FSR 736 and continue for approximately 3.5 miles to the beginning of the trail on the east side of the road.


Parking:

T. 13 S; R. 85 W; Section 34. U.S.G.S. Map: Pearl Pass.


Activities


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Location

 
  Area/Length : 
2.8 Miles

  Latitude : 
-106.871

  Longitude : 
38.882

  Elevation : 
9,680 - 10,080 ft.

 



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