Corral Creek Trail
ElevationAscent: 1,132' 345 m
Descent: -28' -8 m
High: 11,710' 3,569 m
Low: 10,605' 3,233 m
GradeAvg Grade: 9% (5°)
Max Grade: 34% (19°)
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“This lovely route visits a wildflower choked alpine bowl below Uneva Peak”— Megan W
Before long, you emerge into a broad valley covered with grasses and wildflowers. Here the trail widens to old doubletrack and the highway noise begins to fade. There is also evidence of past logging activities, with some stumps cut low and some cut very high from winter harvesting. Enter a lush forest and climb more steeply until you pop out at the foot of a large scree field. Skirt around this talus and approach the huge alpine meadow. Here pika chirp their greeting and burbling streams cut through the fields of wildflowers. This enchanting place has great 360 degree views.
You certainly feel like you've reached a very remote place and are unlikely to have company here. Continue across the stream, climbing steeply into an upper cirque. The official trail ends here at this idyllic spot where an open outcropping invites you to linger over the views. Those with more energy can scramble up the steep scree to reach the Uneva Peak ridgeline for distant views of Lake Dillon and beyond.
Note: It is a good idea to wear bright orange in the fall to be seen by hunters.
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Land Manager: USFS - White River - Eagle-Holy Cross Ranger District