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Indian Peaks Wilderness

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Visiting Tips

July & August are the best, but also the busiest months to visit the IPW.

Camping & Lodging

Permits: The Indian Peaks Wilderness is divided into backcountry zones. View a map of Indian Peaks Wilderness & Backcountry Zones (pdf, 274Kb). Permits are issued according to zone and required for camping between June 1 and September 15. Large groups (8 - 12 people) and/or organized groups such as scouts, churches, schools, internet outdoor groups and hiking clubs require permits year-round for day and overnight trips.

Permits are limited and must be obtained in advance from recreation.gov. Please read more information about Indian Peaks Wilderness guidelines, restrictions, and how to obtain a permit.

Camping: Click here for a list of Boulder Ranger District Campgrounds.

Indian Peaks Wilderness Biking

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Final stretch to the divide.
Jul 27, 2013 near Fraser, CO
Crossing one of the Trestles coming down Rollins Pass towards Rollinsville
Jul 11, 2017 near Fraser, CO
Crossing one of the bridges between Rollins Pass and the Moffatt Tunnel
Sep 2, 2017 near Fraser, CO
Nice climb with great views.
Dec 31, 2017 near Fraser, CO
Great views from the top!
Dec 31, 2017 near Fraser, CO
Crossing the bridge at Coney Flats
Jun 27, 2018 near Nederland, CO
Deep winter at Coney Flats Trailhead.
Dec 4, 2018 near Nederland, CO
Fat biking Coney Flats in winter (also Sourdough and Cutoff)
Dec 4, 2018 near Nederland, CO