Sarvis Creek Wilderness
Sarvis Creek Wilderness is on the Yampa Ranger District of the Routt National Forest.
The United States Congress designated the Sarvis Creek Wilderness in 1993 and it has a total of 44,556 acres. All of this wilderness is located in Colorado and is managed by the Forest Service.
The rugged, heavily-wooded terrain rises from 7,004 to 10,734 feet, Visitors may enjoy a tumbling waterfall, a moist meadow or historic logging camp remains by following the Sarvis Creek Trail and the Silver Creek Trail.
- Wilderness.net page for Sarvis Creek Wilderness
Trails that access Sarvis Creek Wilderness include:
Select 'Hiking' on the Yampa Ranger District Recreation page for a complete list of trails.
At a Glance
|Operational Hours:||Open seasonally. Managed by the Yampa Ranger District. 970-638-4516|
|Restrictions:||Wilderness regulations apply|
|Closest Towns:||Yampa, Colorado; Kremmling, Colorado|
|Water:||Treat all non-potable water before consuming.|
|Operated By:||Forest Service|
|Information Center:||Yampa Ranger District|
General InformationGeneral Notes:
Forest Service Topography Maps: These maps overlay Forest Service assets, such as roads, trails, and campgrounds, on USGS's topographic maps. They are available for download by quadrangle.
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