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Route #2) Mt. Princeton - Southwest Ridge

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Summit Elevation: 14,197 feet
Trailhead Elevation: 0 feet
Elevation Gain:0 feet
Round-trip Length: 0.00 miles
Trailhead: Grouse Canyon
USGS Quad.: Mount Antero
County Sheriff: Chaffee: 719-539-2596
National Forest:  San Isabel
Author: BillMiddlebrook
Last Updated: 1/2010
TH:  From U.S. 285 south of Buena Vista, take Colorado 162 towards the Mt. Princeton Hot Springs. Continue about 10 miles and turn right onto Country Road 292. Drive less than 1/2 mile and turn right onto another road. The trailhead is a few hundred feet up the road.

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