“A beautiful singletrack trail from La Sal Pass to La Sal Pass Rd.”
— Victor Mariano
Likely not passable during the winter, as access roads are closed. There is some access allowed in the winter via snowmobile.
Features: Birding — Fall Colors — Lake — Spring — Views
Dogs: No Dogs
Beaver Lake is a very small lake. During late summer it is grown in with reeds and grass. Only a small water area remains near the head of the lake.
Starting at La Sal Pass kiosk, you'll wind down to the lower trailhead for 4 miles. The trail is a pleasant run past Beaver Lake and continues on to La Sal Pass Rd 0073. This trail is an out and back. You can do a loop back to La Sal pass by returning up La Sal Pass Rd 0073. This trail is also mountain bike accessible, so keep an eye or an ear out for other trail users.
Flora & Fauna
You'll likely see deer and wild birds, including hawks. The trail winds through several groves of large aspen trees and the depending on the time of year, a bloom in color of wildflowers.