Mt. Dewey Member Hike

Saturday, May 12
8 am to (about) 11 am
Meet up: Parking lot at Olathe St, in Green Mountain Falls
The Mount Dewey Trail is a moderate-to-difficult, .86-mile hike to the top of Dewey Mountain. The peak holds pretty views of the town and Ute Pass, and from the summit, the easy Bratton Trail winds its way generally southwest until it meets the Catamount Trail. From there, turn downhill and follow the Catamount Trail to its trailhead at the base of the falls. This is a nice circle, but it does require walking on some roads to close the loop. 
To get there: Heading west, take the second exit for Green Mountain Falls off Highway 24. Take Ute Pass Avenue to the bottom of the hill and turn right onto Olathe Street and park immediately on the left. This is the only parking open to non-residents. Look for the signs on the north side of Olathe Street and follow them about a quarter mile to the start of Mount Dewey Trail. Follow the signs to make a nice long loop of a little under 5 miles.
This is a Members-only event. Please do not sign up if you are not a current TOSC member. If you would like to become a member, please go to For questions about your membership status, please email us or call 719.633.6884.

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