|USGS 7.5' Map:||Kremmling, Junction Butte, Hinman Reservoir|
|Managed by:||BLM NW District, Kremmling Field Office||2103 E. Park Ave., Kremmling, CO 80459||(970)724-3000|
|Summary:||Wolford Mountain road climbs up and over the saddle between Wolford Mountain and Little Wolford Mountain.|
|Agency - December 15 to April 15.|
May - Best
June - Best
July - Best
August - Best
September - Best
October - Early snows possible
|Camping:||There is one campsite on the west side of the saddle.|
|Base Camp:||This would be a good area to base camp and explore the Wolford Mountain OHV area.|
|Fall Colors:||Poor - Some aspen on Wolford Mountain
|Navigation:||South end start
From Kremmling CO. head east on Park Ave toward 6th Street for 1.1 miles. Turn left onto 22nd Street and go 1.0 mile. Turn left onto County Hwy 224 and go 0.6 miles. Turn right to stay on County Hwy 224 and go 3.2 miles. Continue straight for 0.3 miles. Continue straight onto County Hwy 224 for 0.7 miles. Turn left to start the Wolford Mountain 4WD road.
North end start
From Kremmling CO head east on Park Ave toward 6th Street for 1.1 miles. Turn left onto 22nd Street for 1.0 mile. Continue onto County Hwy 22 and go 4.9 miles. Turn left onto County Hwy 25 and go 2.0 miles. Turn left onto County Road 25 and go 0.6 miles. Continue straight for 1.7 miles. Turn left to start the Wolford Mountain 4WD road.
Starting from the south end off of County Road 224 the road will climb up a small ridge toward the saddle between Wolford Mountain and Little Wolford Mountain. At the top on the saddle you will make a right turn and then a sharp hairpin turn to the left. At the hairpin there will be a road to the right which is Little Wolford Mountain, BLM29532. After making the hairpin turn you will come to an intersection with a road on the left that is gated. This road goes to the top of Wolford Mountain and a communication tower. It can be hiked or mountain biked. In front of the gate is a motorcycle trail that goes to the left back down to County Road 224, and also down the gulch on the right side of the road. Stay right and the road will make a large curve and start to head down the northwest side of the saddle.
You will pass another spur road on the left that goes into the trees a short distance. Stay right and the road will head into some trees for a short distance. After coming out of the trees you will have a partial view of the reservoir.
Continue down hill and you will pass a road on the right that goes over to Wolford Mountain Reservoir, BLM29531. Stay left going down hill. As the road levels out a bit you will pass a spur road on the left that goes to a campsite. Continue down hill and you will come to a four way intersection. The road to the left and right here is Wolford Mountain Reservoir, BLM29531. Cross this intersection going straight and the road will cross a wide flat plain. After a bit you will drop down into a gully. Just after crossing the gully you will pass a motorcyle trail on the right. The road will continue up onto another wide open area. After crossing this area you will come to an intersection with a road on the right that heads back toward the mountains. This is BLM29530.1, which only goes a short distance to end at a small drainage. Stay left and you will come around a small bluff on your right before intersecting with the Wolford Mountain Reservoir road again. A left here will take you to the reservoir, a right will take you to the Antelope Pass, CR25, road.
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