Montgomery Reservoir Trailhead

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Colorado, United States, North America
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Montgomery Reservoir Trailhead
Created On: Feb 14, 2006
Last Edited On: Feb 14, 2006

Trailhead Directions

To access Clinton, McNamee, Traver Peaks, as well as Wheeler Mountain from the east, go to Wheeler Trail, a very rough 4WD road that starts from the Montgomery Reservoir Trailhead. This can be accessed by taking the northern of two turnoffs for Park County 4 off of Colorado 9. According to Gerry Roach's distances, this junction is 1.1 miles south of the summit of Hoosier Pass, and 10.7 miles north of the U.S. 285-Colorado 9 junction in Fairplay. There is a small sign marking the road "Park County 4." It is a dirt road and goes downhill for a while, but the road is plowed to the reservoir through the winter. There is a gate partway back the road along the reservoir, which is most likely closed in winter.

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