Comanche Peak Wilderness
|Comanche Peak Wilderness|
|Location||Larimer County, Colorado, USA|
|Nearest city||Fort Collins, Colorado|
|Area||66,791 acres (270.29 km2)|
|Governing body||U.S. Forest Service|
The Comanche Peak Wilderness is a U.S. Wilderness Area located in the Roosevelt National Forest on the Canyon Lakes Ranger District in Colorado along the northern boundary of Rocky Mountain National Park. The 66,791-acre (270 km2) wilderness named for its most prominent peak was established in 1980. There are 121 miles (195 km) of hiking trails inside the wilderness. Roosevelt National Forest and Rocky Mountain National Park officially maintain 19 trails within the Wilderness, 5 of which pass into Rocky Mountain National Park. There are also 7 named peaks, 6 named lakes (including Comanche Reservoir) and 16 named rivers and creeks within the wilderness boundaries.
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- "Comanche Peak Wilderness". U.S. Forest Service. Retrieved August 9, 2012.
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