Mount Abram


The Mount Abram Trail is not a defined trail at this time. However, there are several ways of approaching the mountain. Two are described here:

First, is access from the end of the Brown Mountain jeep road. From that point, climb to the ridgeline and follow the ridge north to the top of Abram.

Second, is access from the north end of Ironton Park. There are trails on either side of Hendrick Creek which, though not always well defined, will take you to the Lucky Twenty Mine. From there it is a scramble to the top of Abram.


Changing views of Ironton Park, the Red Mountain and Uncompahgre gorges, and the surrounding mountains are with you all the way.

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