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Fremont County State Trust Lands
Badger Creek - GMU 57/58
Box Canyon - GMU 86
Cody Park - GMU 69
Cottonwood Ridge - GMU 581
Deer Haven - GMU 581
Dirty Gulch - GMU 58
Fernleaf Gulch - GMU 58
Florence- GMU 69
Grape Creek - GMU 69
McCoy Gulch - GMU 86
Newlin Creek - GMU 69
Parkdale - GMU 58
Pinnacle Rock - GMU 58/69
Sand Gulch #1 - GMU 58
Sand Gulch #2 - GMU 57
Sand Gulch #3 - GMU 58
Sand Gulch #4 - GMU 58
Short Creek Baldy - GMU 86
Stoney Face Mountain - GMU 58
Table Mountain - GMU 59
Tallahassee Road - GMU 59
Texas Creek #1 - GMU 58
Texas Creek #2 - GMU 58
Turkey Gulch - GMU 691
West Bear Gulch - GMU 69
Waugh Mountain - GMU 57/58
Fremont County State Wildlife Areas
Lower Unit: From Cotopaxi go 21 miles north on Cty. Rd. 12, then west 1 mile on BLM road. Upper Unit: from Hartsel, go south 1.75 miles on Hwy. 9 to CR 53. Follow CR 53 for 22 miles to property.
Take US 50 east for 2 miles from Salida to CR 49 (Bear Creek Road, FSR 101). Turn and go south 4 miles to FSR 101A, follow that to the end of the road. From there access is to the east, by foot and horseback only, across about 1 mile of National Forest to the western boundary of the property.
From Canon City go west on US 50 to Highway 9, then go 9 miles north to CR 11, turn right and go 5.2 miles on CR 11 to Deer Haven Road, turn right and go 0.8 miles to Thompson Mountain Road. Turn right and go 0.7 miles to end.
From Cotopaxi go 5.5 miles north on CR 12
Go north of Cotopaxi 1.5 miles on CR 12 to BLM Sand Gulch Road, turn east and go 3 miles to northwest corner of property.
From Canon City take Hwy. 67 southeast 13 miles to CR 15, which goes west to Florence Picnic Area, adjacent to property.
Short Creek Baldy
From Cotopaxi go west on US 50 for 6 miles to Kerr Gulch Road, go southwest about 5 miles to property.
Stoney Face Mountain
From Cotopaxi go 17 miles north on CR 12. Timber activity may be present.
Go 8 miles east of Canon City on US 50 to Highway 67. Turn and go north on Highway 67 for 3 miles to CR 123, then go east on CR 123 for 1/4 mile to CR 132. Follow CR 132 for 9 miles to Beaver Creek State Wildlife Area. Access from upper parking area on the south and the east sides of property.
This tract is divided into 2 parcels. Tract 1: from Westcliffe, at Hwys. 69 & 96, go north on Hwy. 69 for 2.5 miles to CR 215, then go north 6.25 miles to southwest corner of property. Tract 2: From Hwy. 50 and 4th St. in Canon City go south on 4th St. 2 miles until street turns into CR 143. Go 10.3 miles south on CR 143 to BLM 6227. Go northwest on BLM 6227 for 4 miles to Grape Creek. The next 7 miles is across the BLM by foot or horseback only
From Canon City at US 50 and 1st Street, go south on 1st Street for 1 mile to CR 3. Go west on CR 3 for 5.2 miles to Temple Canyon City Park. Go south 1/2 mile through park to northeast corner of property. Continue through property along Grape Creek and 1.7 miles along Grape Creek through BLM to Pine Gulch. Walk west up Pine Gulch 1.2 miles to property.
From Cotopaxi go 4 miles south on CR 1-A to CR 37 to BLM land. Go east across BLM land to west boundary.
From Florence go south on Highway 67 for 4.5 miles to Newlin Creek Road. Go west on Newlin Creek Road 1 mile to northwest corner of section.
On US 50, 3 miles west of Parkdale
From Canon City go 15 miles west on US 50 to Salt Lick BLM area. Then go 1/2 mile south through BLM to northeast corner of property. Parking at Five Points recreation site.
Sand Gulch #1
From US 50 in Howard, go north on CR 7 about 1/4 mile, then go east on CR 45 about 1/2 mile to Sand Gulch. At Sand Gulch turn and go north about 3/4 miles to property.
Sand Gulch #2
From Arkansas River and Badger Creek, go north about 2.5 miles following closed BLM road. From BLM road closure, foot or horseback only.
Sand Gulch #3
Go north from Cotopaxi on CR 12 about 4 miles to CR 157A, then turn and go west on CR 157A about 3/4 miles to BLM Falls Gulch/Falls Gulch Mountain Road. Go south, then west on BLM Falls Gulch/Falls Gulch Mountain Road about 3 miles. From end of road, property is 1 mile west on foot or horseback.
Sand Gulch #4
Go north from Cotopaxi on CR 12 about 15 miles to Jack Hall BLM Road, then turn and go west on BLM road to designated parking area. Property is to the south and west about 4 miles.
West Bear Gulch
In Canon City at 1st St. and US 50 go south to CR 277. Go south on CR 277 for 11 miles (past USFS campground 2 miles) to BLM road, then northwest 2.5 miles to east boundary.
From Canon City go west on US 50 for 12 miles, turn north on Hwy. 9 and go 6 miles. Turn west at Gate, go 0.8 mile to property.
From Canon City go 12 miles west on US 50, then go 9 miles north on Highway 9 to CR 2. Take CR 2 west 3 miles to the property.
Texas Creek #1
At Texas Creek on US 50, go north on CR 27 (Texas Creek Gulch) about 2.5 miles to 217A Road. Continue northwest on 217A for 1 mile to northeast corner of the property.
Texas Creek #2
From Texas Creek #1 State Trust Lands, continue north on 217A for 5 miles. Texas Creek #2 is 1/2 mile west through BLM land, there's no access road to property.
Take Highway 69 for 5 miles south of Texas Creek, then go 2 miles east on CR 28. Go 1 mile south on foot or horseback across BLM land to reach property.
Go west from Canon City on US 50 for 12 miles, then turn north on Highway 9 and go 9 miles. Take CR 2 west for 15 miles. Foot access through BLM land on the east and south sides. Use BLM parking area.
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From Canon City go 8 miles east on US 50 to Highway 67, then 9 miles north to CR 132 to property. Alternate route: From Skaguay Dam downstream 12 miles on trail to Beaver Creek.
From Penrose go 2 miles west on CR 123, then 2 miles north to property.
Go west of Coaldale on US 50 for 2 miles to CR 45, then turn north and go 1.5 miles. Check the signs for public access.
Elk in a meadow
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