" I arrived at the San Isabel Forest parking lot and confirmed that Boyd Mountain was just north. One of the interpretive signs showed a map of the area, but showed no trail to the top of Boyd Mountain. My odometer indicated the elevation was about 1000 feet below the listed top of the mountain, 10,394. Since I had driven two hours to locate this mountain, I decided I should forge my way to the summit. The summit did not appear to be visible, but maps indicated it was closer to where I was parked than if I would drive farther into the park to seek a possible trailhead. I do no" - Wildcat1986, Oct 28, 2012
"Wife and I hiked up the forest service road that goes to Blue and Bear Lakes about one-half mile then turned north up slope fighting the scrub vegetation. Descent from summit near stone wall close to highway. Very treacherous footing." - charlesbaxter, Sep 15, 1992


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