Landsend #897


The Landsend Trail #897 begins at an intersection with the Todd Reservoir Jeep Trail #891 and dead ends near Wiley Springs. This trail provides access to a bench beneath Landsend Peak and access to the land near Wiley Springs.  It does not connect to any other trail, so travelers must return the way they came. It passes through oak brush, sage brush, and pinyon-juniper forest.  Please be mindful of water line that parallels the trail.

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At a Glance

Open Season: June
Usage: Light
Best Season: Summer
Busiest Season: Fall Hunting
Restrictions: Open to hiking, horseback riding, mountain bikes, motorcycles, OHVs and Jeeps.
Closest Towns: Paonia, CO

General Information


From Paonia: Turn right onto 1st Street and travel 0.1 miles to Matthews Lane. Veer left onto Matthews Lane and continue for 1.8 miles to the Crawford Road. Turn left onto the Crawford Road and continue for 0.7 miles to the Stewart Mesa Road. Turn left onto the Stewart Mesa Road and travel for 1 mile to 4050 Road. Turn right onto 4050 Road and continue for approximately 1.3 miles to L50 road. Turn left into the McClusky State Wildlife Area parking lot. Follow Forest Service Road #834 for 2.3 miles to the intersection with FSR #834.2A and follow this for 0.4 miles to the beginning of the Todd Reservoir Jeep Trail. Follow Trail #891 for 1.7 miles to the beginning of the Landsend Trail. Forest Service Road #834 and #834.2A can be challenging when wet and are best for ATV use.


T. 14 S.; R. 91 W.; Section 19. U.S.G.S. Map: Paonia. Elevation: 6,032 feet. Latitude: N38.818, Longitude: W-107.599.



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  Area/Length : 
1.6 miles

  Elevation : 
7,480 - 7,760 ft


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