The staff at Strawberry Creek Outfitters, LLC are proud to offer to you a variety of Rocky Mountain hunting choices. Convienently located between Meeker and Craig, CO. Connect to this trail from Buck Gulch Trail at the north end. The next intersection will be that with Doe Trail on the left. Strawberry Creek hiking trail in Granby, Colorado. The trail is generally run from the North, which allows you to climb up from Highway 50 over Strawberry pass (8,615 feet). As you follow the trail you will be looking for the North Fork canyon to open up on the north side of the main canyon. If you are ready to have one of the best Elk Hunting experiences in Colorado, contact us today! The creek and the lake gets its name from the mineral deposits in the area. ). This 3.8 mile trail gently winds through beautiful forest, along spectacular meadows and flowing creeks. Along the way up the trail, you will cross Strawberry Creek several times. The trail begins by following the north bank above Strawberry Creek. This part of the trail may be unmaintained, I suggest speaking with a Ranger before taking this alternate route. 4,911 m black diamond primitive trail. Scenic Muddy Creek flows west to east diagonally across the property offering many hidden spots to explore and enjoy year-round. Strawberry Creek, after which the ranch is so named, is a small, perennial stream that bisects the ranch and supplies most of its water. The lake can also be accessed from High Lonesome Trail at Monarch Lake. Strawberry Pass is a great scenic trail that connects highways 50 and 88. The creek is fairly large and is crystal clear. It is a tributary to the White River, with that river forming the primary drainage for the areaâs defining watershed, covering almost 4,000 square miles in this part of northwest Colorado. It is accessed via the Hi Lonesome Trail or the Doe Creek Trail and makes an excellent backpacking loop section that involves the Hi Lonesome and Strawberry Creek Trails. The Northern half of the trail is the most difficult while the outhern half remains easy to moderate. Page 5 of 10. Location: Steamboat Springs area Hike: This sunny trail outside Steamboat Springs starts and ends right next to the Strawberry Park Hot Springs â an encouraging reminder of the reward that awaits after your workout. One of the many features that make this ranch stand out is the valuable water rights, providing 275 acre-feet of water annually for agriculture and municipal use. These are the most beautiful hot springs in Colorado! Mad Creek/Hot Springs Trail and Strawberry Park Hot Springs. 2. The Strawberry Creek ranches are nestled in the majestic Rocky Mountains. The water is very clear surprisingly even though there are minerals in it, and it is also very hot (some hot springs I have been to are more like bathwater, if you have a hurt shoulder like me or go in winter like I have twice, heat counts! Hikeing south, this trail is exclusively singletrack with low elevation grade, making it a comfortable hike. The trail comes to a junction where you will take a left to follow the trail that plunges in the north canyon. All the pools are very natural, surrounded by rock with sandy or rocky bottoms. There is a great deal of open space due to a recent wildfire which actually provides unique views throughout the trail. Strawberry Creek Trail, 1 mile; Owl Bend Trail, 0.5 miles; Prairie Trail, 0.33 miles; Turkey Roost Trail, 1.33 miles. ... in Colorado #11,556 Overall. Surface â¢ Gravel at the entrance. Stay left here to keep on the Strawberry Creek West Trail where you'll immediately cross a stream and then run around the edge of the meadow with some fantastic views. 140 Views Last Month 1,361 Since Aug 25, 2017 Intermediate.