Leadville Fish Hatchery
1489, 1382 Native Lake, Highline
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Trailhead is accessed from the Hagerman Pass Road (Forest Road #105). Although much of this trail is below tree line, there are segments above tree line with high exposure. Use extra caution in these areas. Native Lake is catch and release fishing only.
Directions from Leadville: From Harrison Street turn on to West Sixth Street to County Road 4. Make a right on to County Road 4 and drive to County Road 9 and the Sugarloaf Dam Site. From the Dam drive 4 miles to Hagerman Pass Road. Hagerman Pass Road will be on the left or south side of County Road 9. Drive approximately 3.5 miles to the Native LakeTrailhead. The first 3.5 miles of Hagerman Pass Road are improved so a 2WD vehicle should be sufficient to reach this trailhead.
May through September
(NOTE: Snow may obstruct the trail at high elevations.)
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Native Lake - catch and release
Hiking & Walking
Native Lake Trail, Highline Trail
Hagerman Pass - Visitors traveling the entire Hagerman Pass Road from Turquoise Lake Road (Forest Road 105) to Fryingpan Lakes Road (State Highway 4) drive 22.5 miles.
Highline Trail - The Highline Trail provides a half-day of moderate hiking. The elevation gain is 1,360 feet.
Windsor Trailhead - Windsor Lake Trail lies within the Mt. Massive Wilderness Area, and immediately east of the Continental Divide. The trail length is little more than one mile each way, but climbs nearly 1,000' in elevation.
Leadville Ranger District, U.S. Forest Service, 2015 North Poplar
, Leadville, CO, 80461, Phone: 719-486-0749, Fax: 719-486-0928