Eastern Mojave Vegetation Colorado Highway 67  
 

Tom Schweich  

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 State Highway 67 is a 71-mile (114 km) long state highway encompassing five distinct segments in south-central Colorado. The route runs north from Wetmore to Sedalia, Colorado, traversing the former route of the Florence and Cripple Creek Railroad through Phantom Canyon as a county road and carrying part of the Gold Belt Byway.

 

 

Other articles: US Hwy 85 at CO 67  

Sedalia

Junction: US Highway 85, "Santa Fe Road"
  Junction: Rampart Range Road

 

   

Sprucewood

Junction: West Pine Creek Road

Locations: Noddle Heads.  

Road to Noddle Heads trailhead.
  Junction: County Road 97, "S. Platte River Road"

 

 

   

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Date and time this article was prepared: 8/16/2019 12:41:23 PM