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Conundrum Creek Trail #1981

Intermediate/Difficult
 4.8 (8)

Follow the beautiful Conundrum Creek up to Triangle Pass.


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11.2

Miles

18.1

KM

Point to Point

12,881' 3,926 m

High

8,774' 2,674 m

Low

4,198' 1,279 m

Up

365' 111 m

Down

8%

Avg Grade (4°)

27%

Max Grade (15°)

Dogs Unknown

Features Fall Colors · River/Creek · Views · Wildlife

Description

Start at the Conundrum Creek parking area and head south along the Conundrum Creek through aspen and conifer woods. The trail stays gently uphill for the first 7.0 miles or so until you get above the treeline where you gain 3,000 ft in about 2.0 miles up to Triangle Pass.

Once over the pass you cut back and head northwest down along the ridge line until you come to a faint split - going left down the ridge toward the trees will take you down to Copper Lake and right up the steep slope over the ridge takes you along the Copper Pass Spur #1983.1 which connects to the East Maroon Creek Trail #1983.

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Evan Tabor

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  4.8 from 8 votes

#646

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  4.8 from 8 votes
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May 4, 2019
Lola Boj
TH/parking lot buried by avalanche debris, but trail is hike-able and partially visible in some spots. Crossed 4-5 debris fields, needed snowshoes. 10mi
Sep 21, 2018
Al Smith
Walked just beyond the 2nd footbridge. Great fall colors. Parking crowded at 8 am. 6.6mi
Jun 9, 2018
Ed Sztukowski
Jul 5, 2017
Drew Kirchner
Backpacking the first day from 3-8pm 7mi
May 25, 2017
mniessen
Apr 30, 2017
Kelley Gessner
Camped along side of the trail. Very snowy. Lots of cool animal tracks like moose. Made hot chocolate from the snow. 5.5mi
Nov 23, 2016
Johnny Tran
We only made it to Silver Dollar due to bad weather. But the views were amazing. 14.2mi
Jul 22, 2016
Dan Broman