Kenny Ridge  
USGS 7.5' Map: Corral Peaks, Cabin Creek
Difficulty: Number: Miles: Altitude: Obstacles: Time:
Easy 2 FR 112 24.82 8,428 to 10,520 ft. NA 2-3 hours
County: Grand
Adopted by:      
Managed by: Arapaho National Forest,
Sulphur Ranger District
9 Ten Mile Drive, P.O. Box 10
Granby, Colorado 80446
Summary: Kenny Ridge follows North Cabin Creek up to the saddle below Searight Mountain known as Cabin Creek Divide.
Attractions: Narrow Canyon, Pass
Agency - Nov 16 to Jun 14
Best Time: June - May not open yet
July - Possible drifts
August - Best
September - Best
October - Early snows possible
Trail Heads

Camping: There area many dispersed sites along the lower section in the Cabin Creek drainage. The upper part of the road has fewer sites.
Base Camp: This area would be a good place to base camp. There are mainly easy 4WD roads in the surrounding area.
Fall Colors: Poor - The surrounding forest is mainly pine.
Navigation: From Granby head west on US-40 West/E Agate Ave toward 1st Street and continue to follow US-40 West for 3.0 miles. Turn right onto Colorado Hwy 125 North and go 9.2 miles. Turn left onto County Rd 21, or Kenny Ridge, FR 112.
Kenny Ridge road follows Cabin Creek through a deep canyon heading west toward Elk Mountain and Searight Mountain. After approximately 3 miles you will come to a fork in the creek. FR827.1 goes to the left. Continue to the right and head northwest following the North Fork of Cabin Creek. In just over a mile you will come to the intersection with FR112.1A that heads south and ends up looping back to FR827.1.

In just over a mile the road will leave the creek and begin to climb the ridge to the north. There will be a sharp switchback onto a ledge road that loop back to the west after a mile. You will continue to climb along a ridge of Searight Mountain before turning northwest. At 10,240 feet, just below Searight Mountain the road will do another sharp switchback and head south at a mile and a quarter from the switchback there will be another intersection with FR112.3N that will head to the right and back climbing up to Searight Mountain. Stay to the left and within a half mile you will come to Cabin Creek Divide.
Cabin Creek Divide

photo by:
Adam M

Cabin Creek Divide looking east

photo by:
Adam M

Data updated: December 5, 2013        4WD Road driven: September 2, 2013        Copyright - 2000-2014