Waldorf Trail has a couple of branches, depending on your mood. The left branch, which runs along the creek, is quite rocky and runs into a stream crossing or two. The main road is quite easy, a slightly rutted, slightly rocky ridge road that you can drive without 4WD if you choose. The scenery is gorgeous and you can find a hiking trail or few at the top.
Map + Directions
Take I-70 westward until you reach exit 228 in Georgetown.
Follow the signs to Guanella Pass Road (or CR 381) and climb the road for 3.5 miles.
Turn right at the corner of a sharp curve onto CR 352/FR 248, which is Waldorf Road.
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