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Greenhorn Mountain Wilderness Area

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retired and travelling the usa. fall is best time due to natural color change, some weather conditions apply if you are

Pretty drive, wildlife viewing , pull outs , early morning or late evening best times ,some... read more

Reviewed 9 July 2018
Martin S
hot springs, United States
Scenery and Solitude

Greenhorn Mountain Wilderness Area (designated 1993) is one of the rare areas along Colorado's... read more

Reviewed 8 July 2018
Paul S
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While hiking to Greenhorn Mountain, the highest point of the range, hikers might see bighorn sheep.
1920 Valley Dr, Pueblo, CO 81008-1764
+1 719-545-8737
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Reviewed 9 July 2018

Pretty drive, wildlife viewing , pull outs , early morning or late evening best times ,some construction, may have delays because of fire situation in Colorado, be alert for safety and wild life crossing roads , some areas for camping , rv spots, fishing ,...More

Thank Martin S
Reviewed 8 July 2018

Greenhorn Mountain Wilderness Area (designated 1993) is one of the rare areas along Colorado's congested Front Range where you can actually find s challenging hike above timberline and outstanding scenery without having to take a multi day back packing trip. It is often overlooked by...More

Thank Paul S
Reviewed 30 October 2017

Greenhorn mountain is all you see as you drive west out of Pueblo. It dominates the surrounding landscape just south of Pikes Peak. And although they are located geographically next to each other, they are very different. Cool, lush pine forests carpet the sides of...More

Thank Bob L
Reviewed 2 November 2013 via mobile

No one but logging equipment along the way. Camped next to the second lake. Loved the serenity. The fire ban is the only thing that sucked. Be we made up for it by taking high powered flashlights and shined bats after sun set.

2  Thank Wilkens24
Reviewed 23 June 2003

Greenhorn mountain dramatically rises above the desert floor to an elevation on 12,000+ ft. Located in the Wet mountains, it dominates the surrrounding landscape. Lush pine forests, rocky outcrops and high mountain creeks are what make this area a must see. Unlike the Central and...More

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