Trails & Hiking

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The Dillon Ranger District (DRD) of the White River National Forest shares its boundary with Summit County, CO and makes up approximately 75% of the land in the county. It comprises more than 450 miles of trails, two wilderness areas, four ski areas, and 62 peaks over 13,000 feet in elevation. The land managed by the DRD provides world class recreational opportunities, supports one of the most important watersheds in the nation, and sustains the local economy.

Looking to help “spruce up” one of your favorite trails? Visit the volunteer page to learn about types of projects, and the calendar page to see the current schedule and sign up!

Recreation Opportunity Guides (ROGs)

Below you will find one-page .pdf guides for each individual trail in the Dillon Ranger District, complete with directions to the trailhead, difficulty level, trail highlights, topographic map and elevation profile. Take a screen shot, download, or print the trail sheet to take with you on the trail.

PLEASE NOTE: Parking lots at Summit County trailheads typically fill up very fast, and parking along roads & highways is often illegal. Before leaving, please check our local public transportation system, The Summit Stage to see if you can take the bus to the trailhead you plan to hike from.

Difficulty Level