Wilderness Information

Wilderness Information

The Wilderness Act details

Colorado’s Wilderness Areas
Beaver Creek Lizard Head
Beaver Creek Lizard Head
Beyers Peak Lost Creek
Black Ridge Canyon Maroon Bells – Snowmass
Buffalo Peaks Mount Evans
Bull Canyon, Willow Creek and Skull Creek Mt. Massive
Cache La Poudre Mt. Sneffels
Collegiate Peaks Mt. Zirkel
Comanche Peak Neota
Cross Mountain Never Summer Mountains
Diamond Breaks Powderhorn
Dolores River Canyon Ptarmigan Peak
Eagles Nest Raggeds
Flat Tops Rawah
Fossil Ridge Sangre De Cristo
Greenhorn Mountains Sarvis Creek
Holy Cross South San Jaun
Hunter-Fryingpan Uncompaghre
James Peak Vasquez Peak
Indian Peaks Weminuche
Irish Canyon West Elk
La Garita

Poudre Wilderness Volunteers
(IPWA helped organize this wilderness group)

Wilderness Information Network web site
(This site has links to other Wilderness areas throughout the US)

ipwaLNT Read the Principles of Leave No Trace

The Wilderness Society “Working since 1935 to help protect Americas wilderness and create wildlands”

coloradowilderness.com
Flat Tops Wilderness and other area information

Conservation Colorado Web Site

Peak to Peak: Hiking trails and wilderness links