The Four Mile Road rises out of Miller Creek, following Four Mile Creek through oak brush and stands of spruce and fir. After one mile of this type of terrain, the road levels off on a rolling plateau. The vegetation interchanges from open parks to aspen stands with scattered patches of conifers for the remaining four miles to junction of the Var HL Road. The Widow Sprigs Road traverses the area to the east of the Four Mile Road to its confluence with the Bar HL Road after 8.5 miles. At their southern ends, both roads join the Bar HL Road. A loop may be make by covering 2 miles of the Bar HL Road to connect the circuits.
Directions from Meeker: Drive east of Meeker on State Highway 13, one mile to the junction of County Road 8; turn right on County Road 8 for 10 miles to the Miller Creek Road (County Road 57 and FDR 215). Stay on the Miller Creek Road for 6 miles to the junction of the Four Mile Road (FDR214)
May through November .