Join Darlene Liss, volunteer Forest Ambassador, on Wednesdays at the Maroon Bells Visitor Center for hands-on exploration
of wild things.

Take the Forest Conservancy Conservation Pledge to earn a Smokey Bear Junior Ranger pin.

 
DO YOU LIKE TO SHOP?
Click here to find out how you can support
the Forest Conservancy while you shop!
about us   |   volunteering   |   find a trail   |   e-naturalist cafe   |   quick links
Columbines
Smokey Bear educates the public about preventing forest fires.
WELLER LAKE #1989
Back to the trails list

 
Trail: Weller Lake #1989
Region: Independence Pass area
Difficulty: easy
Description: From the far end of the parking lot, the trail immediately forks, take the right fork following the stream down valley. Cross the wooden bridge on the left then stay right. The trail follows some switchbacks to another bridge crossing just before the lake.
Directions: From Aspen, drive 9 miles east on Hwy 82. Just before campground, turn right into small parking lot.
Map: USGS New York Peak


 
 

Home  |   About Us  |   Volunteering  |   E-Naturalist Café  |   Support the Forest Conservancy  |   Contact Us  |   Site Map  |   Donate
THE FOREST CONSERVANCY • 1012 Brookie Drive, Carbondale, CO 81623 • 970-963-8071

Site Design by: Unleashed Designs