Trail Map #2 - Gold Camp AreaPOCKET PALS Trail Maps
The trails on this map are located southwest of Colorado Springs, Colorado. All of the trails on this map are located in the Pike National Forest in Teller County with a portion of some trails crossing over into El Paso County. To see an overview map of our Pikes Peak Region series, CLICK HERE.
The trails included on Map #2 in Gold Camp Area are listed below. For more information on these trails click on the trail names.
- Forester (Trail 701)
- Lake Moraine (aka Missing Link)
- Mt. Big Chief
- Mt. Rosa
- Penrose-Rosemont Reservoir
- Ring the Peak (Elk Park to Frosty's)
- Ring the Peak (Frosty's to Bear Creek)
- Trail 667
- Trail 720
- Trail 720a
For more information about our GeoPDF digital map for Map #2, CLICK HERE.
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Better than Ever
I bought the updated version of TM#2 to replace my ailing original from way back in the day. It also has the newly completed "Missing Link" nicely laid out. I brought the map to work to show some friends and the results were amazing; there's just something cool about the layout and quality PP's that make people want to go out and explore... Bravo!
Excellent map - used it right away!
While I’m pretty familiar with all the area trails, I still depend on my Pocket Pals maps when I’m out exploring. They’re especially helpful when there have been trail re-routes. Great that these maps are updated frequently!
Great maps from great people
This map is the ONLY up to date map for that area. There have been many re-routes and new trails added, and other commercially available maps are not up to date. As always, clear, easy to read with helpful information.
The only up to date map for this area!
This map recently received a much-needed update to reflect major trail changes in this area. Happily, Pocket Pals did not stop with simple trail updates! The obvious big changes are the inclusion of the Lake Moraine/Missing Link trail, and changes to #667/Captain Jack's and the Jones Park area. The map scale is also changed from 1:20,000 to 1:30,000 to expand the map and permit proper coverage of the Lake Moraine trail. Contour interval remains 50 ft. But there are a number of details that impressed me. North and South Almagre - the second highest peak (and its sub-peak) in El Paso County - are now well within the map's bounds, and the road/trail leading up them is drawn in. As well, a number of minor peaks without trails that were within the old map's bounds are now labelled, including Mt. Garfield, Mt. Arthur, Runs-down-fast, and Tuckaway Mtn. More of the local F.S. and Water Dept roads are drawn in, and private land is now clearly marked. In general, detail has been improved greatly in a way sure to be appreciated by those who enjoy adventures in our backyard. I'm not aware of any other professionally prepared, general use trail map for this area that is anywhere near as current as this one. Absolutely get this, then get out there and check out the great new trails!
Update Map 2
It is encouraging to see the addition of the "Missing Link" for the RTP. This continues to be a quality product- we have all 14 of them and have used them quite a bit. It is also great to see they are in an ongoing update process. We keep abreast of all updates, too.
A MUST FOR ANY COLORADO SPRINGS AREA HIKER!
These are AWESOME MAPS. I have shared information about your maps to all I know who are interested in outdoor hiking. These would make great Christmas gifts to adventurers, too. I am so grateful a friend of mine shared your website and maps with me. My only wish, that I had bought the whole set up front. But I will continue to add to my collection.
Never disappointed in these maps
I have never been disappointed in any of the Pocket Pal Trail Maps....have never had to second guess what the map means or what I should do! Great value....a lot of maps for a reasonable price.
I love the details that these trail maps provide. The waypoint information provided the details I needed in order to stay on track. With little to no signage on the trails this type of information is really necessary.