Approximately 12 miles long and traverses the Spanish Peaks Wilderness Area. It is open to foot or horse traffic; closed to bicycles and motorized vehicles. The trail is moderate to difficult because of it's length and elevation. The trail crosses the saddle between West Spanish Peak and East Spanish Peak, and descends south to a Forest Service cabin. There the trail turns west and ends at the intersection with Apishapa Trail #1324. Travel 1.5 miles south on Apishipa Trail to County Rd. 46, or continue west on Apishipa Trail where it ends at the intersection with the West Peak Trail 1390. This trail has splendid views of the plains to the North, Wet Mountains, and Greenhorn Mountains.
This hike is listed as One-Way.
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