Situated in the remote northwest corner of the state, the 35,380-acre Diamond Breaks Wilderness Study Area encompasses a rugged extension of Utah’s Uinta Range known as Diamond Mountain. Although few maintained trails enter this proposed wilderness, one well-established route does follow an old road, now closed to vehicles, up a drainage known as Chokecherry Draw. In addition to some nice views of this little-known corner of Colorado, the hike up Chokecherry Draw reveals the remains of an old homestead.
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Trail Statistics & Information
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|Trailhead Elevation||5,650 ft|
|Top Elevation||6,300 ft|
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