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Trail: Yule Creek #2083
Region: Crystal River Valley
Difficulty: moderate
Description: The first 3/4 mile of this trail is steep but levels off to a gradual climb when you reach the creek. The crossing can be treacherous, especially in high water conditions of June and early July. After the creek crossing the trail follows the creek through willows, meadows and patches of conifer. The views from the pass are spectacular.
Directions: From Carbondale, travel south on Hwy 133 for 25 miles to Marble turn-off. Turn left onto County Rd 3 and continue 6 miles through town of Marble. Turn right at stop sign, continue 2.75 miles up Marble Quarry Rd. Parking is available at the trailhead.
Map: USGS Marble


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