The remains of a few cabins are all that's left of this onetime silver mining town, established around 1880. Reach it by hiking the 3.6-mi Colorado River Trail. Look for wagon ruts from the old Stewart Toll Road and mine tailings in nearby Shipler Park (this is also a good place to spot moose). The Colorado River is a mere stream at this point, flowing south from its headwaters at nearby La Poudre Pass.
Off Trail Ridge Rd., 9½ mi north of Grand Lake Entrance Station, Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado, 80517, United States