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Grouse/Burns Gulch Trailhead
Added by Wyoming Bob

Location:  San Juan Mountains
Road Type:  Easy 4WD, good clearance recommended. 3   (0=Paved, 6=Very Difficult 4WD)
Access to the Jones group of 13’ers (Centennials & Bicentennials) from Silverton
Directions:  From the north end of Silverton, go 4.2 miles east-northeast on Colorado 110 to Howardsville, continue north east up the Animas River valley and reach Eureka town site at mile 8.0. Cross to the Animas River’s west side (bridge), continue up the steep shelf road and reach the Grouse-Burns Gulch trailhead at mile 11.1 just before the road crosses back to the river’s east side. Park in flat area on road’s west (eft side) side. Description courtesy of Colorado’s Thirteeners by Gerry and Jennifer Roach
Winter Access:  Unknown
Date Status Information Posted By  Photos  Comments Likes Dislikes    
2014-05-10 Plowed all the way to the trailhead. kamiller43         
2012-07-04 The road all the way to the trailhead is in relatively good condition with the last 1/2 mile being the worst. We made it all the way in a 2009 Honda Fit but we would probably not do it again, yet any car with a decent amount of clearance and power should have no problem making it with two wheel drive. The trailhead is unmarked and is easy to miss. sanchomurphy1  1       
2011-05-07 Road plowed one lane with sufficient passing areas to trailhead. Mucho snow everywhere but the road Wyoming Bob         

Trailhead for Grouse Gulch (Added by: sanchomurphy1 on 2012-07-06)Road up to the trailhead after the Eureka town site. (Added by: sanchomurphy1 on 2012-07-06)Junction just south of the trailhead with a handful of parking spots. (Added by: sanchomurphy1 on 2012-07-06)

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