Just 40 minutes from the very cool lake town of Grand Lake. Take US-34 going SW out of Grand Lake, then North on County Hwy 4, which becomes Stillwater Pass, then using mining claim gps coordinates to the claim, listed below.
These claims are accessed via a 4WD old logging road off of Stillwater Pass, and also the Gilsonite Trail goes to the eastern side of the claims, and a side trial for East entry goes from the Pass to a cleared parking/camp area.
See satellite views with the pictures and pdf file lower left on listing.
This would be for those who want a more secluded claim being off the main Pass road.
Gilsonite Trail is a 12.7 mile back trail located near Grand Lake, Colorado that features beautiful wild flowers. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and birding.
Trail Directions from Granby: Take Highway 40 west to Highway 34. Go north on 34 to County Road 4, near the north edge of Lake Granby. Take County Road 4 northwest to the intersection of Forest Roads 120 and 123. Go left on Road 123 and follow about 6 miles to the Gilsonite Trailhead sign.
Stillwater Creek Gold #7
NW 40.26839, -105.9614
NE 40.26839, -105.95622
SW 40.2649, -105.9614
SE 40.26495, -105.95622
Stillwater Creek Gold #8
NW 40.2649, -105.9614
NE 40.2649, -105.95622
SW 40.26133, -105.9614
SE 40.26133, -105.95622