Beaver Creek Proposed Wilderness, Rarely-Visited Side Canyons, a BLM Wildlands Hike
Saturday, May 5, 2018
9:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. (Trailhead to Trailhead time)
Beaver Creek, the largest watershed flowing from Pikes Peak, has many interesting wooded tributary valleys. This moderately strenuous, mostly off-trail hike covers six miles while gaining 800 feet elevation. Two stream crossings are possible.
Learn about present and future protections for the proposed Wilderness and nearby BLM Lands with Wilderness Characteristics.
Bring sturdy boots, water shoes, and clothes appropriate for the weather forecast, water, lunch, and usual day-hike essentials.
This trip is sponsored by Pikes Peak Group Sierra Club, Wild Connections, and Central Colorado Wilderness Coalition. Maximum 15 participants. A Colorado Springs carpool will depart at 7:30 a.m. For more trip and carpool info, andrequired registration, please contact John Stansfield email@example.com:00 p.m.Friday, May 4.
Beaver Creek WSA West Contiguous LWC - Turkey Creek Hike. Photo John Sztukowski
See our Events Page for upcoming Wildlands Hikes featuring BLM Wildlands Outings: 5/5 Beaver Creek, and 5/26 Thirtyone Mile Mountain
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