Chinese Wall Trail Horseback Riding
The 41st most popular equestrian trail in Colorado.
Sunday 14 August 2016 04:10 GMT
Southeast of Craig and Pagoda, the Chinese Wall Trail is a 18 mile horseback riding route through the Flat Tops Wilderness. The northern trailhead is located on CR8 about 28 miles south of Pagoda. The southern end of the trail connects with the W Mountain Trail.
Overall, Chinese Wall Trail is the 41st most popular horse trail of all 66 horseback rides in Colorado. Several of the better horse trails are nearby Chinese Wall Trail including Pagoda Peak Trail, Big Ridge Trail, Hinman Horse Trail, Marvine Creek Trail, Morrison Divide / Muddy Slide Trail, West Fish Creek Trail and Ute Trail / Heart Lake.