Colorado State Highway 125

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State Highway 125 marker

State Highway 125
Map of northern Colorado with SH 125 highlighted in red
Route information
Maintained by CDOT
Length 75.41 mi[1] (121.36 km)
Major junctions
South end US 40
  SH 14
SH 127
North end WYO 230
Highway system
Colorado State Highways
SH 121SH 127

State Highway 125 is a state highway in the U.S. state of Colorado. The highway runs north–south through Jackson and Grand counties in north central Colorado. It furnishes the principal north–south link through North Park and a connection to Middle Park over Willow Creek Pass. It is two-lane along its entire route.

Route description[edit]

At the northern end, the highway begins at the Wyoming state line, where it is contiguous with Wyoming Highway 230. It follows the North Platte River and Michigan River southward through Cowdrey and Walden, the county seat of Jackson County and the largest community along the road. At Walden it intersects State Highway 14. South of Walden, it crosses the southern end of North Park along the valley of the Illinois River, a tributary of the Michigan. It passes the unincorporated community of Rand, then ascends into the mountains and crosses the continental divide at Willow Creek Pass (elevation 9621 ft), one of the lowest crossings of the continental divide in Colorado. On the south side of the pass it descends the sparsely populated valley of Willow Creek into Middle Park. It terminates at its southern end at U.S. Highway 40 two miles (3.2 km) west of Granby.

Major intersections[edit]

Grand0.0000.000 US 40Southern terminus
Jackson52.02083.718 SH 14South end of SH 14 overlap
Walden53.28885.759 SH 14 (Sixth Street)North end of SH 14 overlap
66.558107.115 SH 127
75.406121.354 WYO 230Continuation beyond Wyoming state line; Northern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi


  1. ^ "Segment list for SH 125". Retrieved 2007-05-12. 

External links[edit]

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