The Wapaca Trail begins way up a steep 4x4 road, where it ends at a gate. There are no trail signs to point to the trail, but it's relatively easy to follow up to and past an old mine site, if you keep your eyes peeled. After about a mile of steep climbing the Wapaca trail T's into the Colorado Trail, inside of the Collegiate Peaks Wilderness Boundary.
Trail length: 1 miles
Posted by Greg Heil on July 14, 2015
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Reviewed by Greg Heil on July 14, 2015
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This trail is falling out of use and looks like no one knows that it still exists, but you can still easily follow it. The old mine site is very cool, and the views of the Arkansas Valley below are breathtaking!
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