Teocalli Mountain  
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Route: West Brusch
Posted On: 2020-10-22, By: Sbenfield
Info: Great peak. You can park a lil lower down if you don't want to drive the bumpy road 
 
Route: Trail 554
Posted On: 2020-10-17, By: marcusmartin
Info: Brush Creek Road from the Pearl Pass junction is very rocky, rutted and muddy (occasionally) to the TH at the base of Teocalli mountain. My standard 4 Runner bottomed a few times but we made it. Go slow and be careful. We found on the way out that it helps to have your passenger get out and direct you around the rocks and ruts. Very tough hike to the summit. Straight up from the junction where the mountain bikers begin their descent. The final push across the top to the true summit is extremely rocky (loose) and difficult. Route finding is hard across this section. There are some cairns but route finding was still challenging. Poles are very helpful. The wind was unrelenting at the summit. I think our total RT mileage was approximately 8.7 miles of hiking. 
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Route: South Ridge
Posted On: 2020-10-04, By: Grover
Info: Summer conditions. Splendidly simple and rewarding hike. Leaves are still popping with color around the W. Brush Creek drainage and even more so on/over Kebler Pass. 
 
Route: West Brush Creek Road TH
Posted On: 2020-08-15, By: denvermikey
Info: Beautiful hike. Be prepared for plenty of mountain bikes. Great trail nearly the whole route. Turn left at the sign about 1.5 miles in. Driving to the upper TH I was thinking the whole time that I was glad I had my good 4wd with good clearance and AT tires. Then lo and behold we saw a friggin CRV up there. I wouldn't risk it myself but to each their own. 
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Route: From West Brush Creek
Posted On: 2019-10-20, By: Flyingfish
Info: Upper trailhead is accessible with a 4x4 vehicle. 4-5 inches of snow continuous to the cliff band. Loose unconsolidated powder. Wind drifts into the gully reaching 12-14 inches in depth. Upper ridge is blown mostly dry with snow in the gaps of the rocks. 
 
Route: Teocalli Mountain Trail
Posted On: 2019-08-04, By: IHikeLikeAGirl
Info: Summer conditions. But I was a dolt.... Road up to the TH requires clearance (if driving). There is one significant stream crossing, it is shallower to the right, as you are heading up the road (couldn't tell that from my vantage point, in the morning, and went straight across...don't do that). I thought the summit register (metal box) was locked, with a pad lock, but I think I was just an idiot or hypoxic. There is a padlock, but is probably just holding the chain on it. Clouds were building and I didn't spend much time looking at it. Hope you like wildflowers, because they are amazing right now!!! 
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