NATIONAL FORESTS

Surrounding Marble is the White River National Forest (2,285,970 acres or 3,571.8 sq mi).  Marble is bordered on two sides by wilderness:  The Raggeds Wilderness< (64,992 acres, with 80 miles of trails) to the south and the Maroon Bells-Snowmass Wilderness (181,117 acres, with 100 miles of trails, 6 “fourteeners“, and 9 passes over 12,000 feet) to the north.

Major hiking trail heads around Marble include Yule Pass, Anthracite Pass, Raspberry Trail, Carbonate Creek Trail, Lost Trail, Silver Creek Trail, and Geneva Lake Trail (which interconnects with Trail Rider Pass, Buckskin Pass and Frigid Air Pass). For a description of these trails see our Hiking Trails< page.rrounding Marble is the White River National Forest (2,285,970 acres or 3,571.8 sq mi).  Marble is bordered on two sides by wilderness:  The Raggeds Wilderness< (64,992 acres, with 80 miles of trails) to the south and the Maroon Bells-Snowmass Wilderness (181,117 acres, with 100 miles of trails, 6 “fourteeners“, and 9 passes over 12,000 feet) to the north.

Major hiking trail heads around Marble include Yule Pass, Anthracite Pass, Raspberry Trail, Carbonate Creek Trail, Lost Trail, Silver Creek Trail, and Geneva Lake Trail (which interconnects with Trail Rider Pass, Buckskin Pass and Frigid Air Pass). For a description of these trails see our Hiking Trails page.