Black Ridge Trail, Photo Gallery, Colorado National Monument, Colorado
Black Ridge Trail
Colorado National Monument
For those seeking a longer day hike in Colorado National Monument, the Black Ridge Trail is a great option. Much of the Black Ridge Trail follows the route of the Old Fruita Dugway, a pioneer road built in the early 1880's. The Dugway was constructed to both drive cattle and connect the towns of Fruita and Glade Park. The trail takes you up and out of the canyon while skirting the base of Black Ridge. Great views are available of the Bookcliffs, Grand Valley, Grand Mesa and the McInnis Canyons National Conservation Area.
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