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State Wildlife Area

 
Radium SWA

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County
Grand;#Routt;#

Location
GMU: 15, 27, 361
From Kremmling, go 2.5 miles S on Hwy. 9 to CR 1 (Trough Rd. to State Bridge), then go 12 miles SW​

Elevation
6,848 ft - max 9,646 ft

Acreage
10,996 acres (all units)

Hunting
Black bear;#Deer;#Dove;#Dusky (blue) grouse;#Elk;#Mountain lion;#Rabbit;#Waterfowl;#

Fishing
Coldwater stream;#

Recreation
Camping;#Rock climbing;#

Facilities
Restrooms;#

Restrictions
Colorado Parks and Wildlife reminds visitors to check current hunting, fishing and land use regulations when planning to visit a State Wildlife Area. Refer to the Recreational Lands Brochure, as well as the Fishing and Hunting Regulation Brochures located on the Regulations Brochures Page. State Wildlife Area visitors can also find rules and regulations information in Chapter 9 Regulations.​

Contact Info
Main purpose is for deer and elk winter range. Wildlife includes: black bears, mountain lions, blue grouse, cottontails, jack rabbits, snowshoe hares, morning doves, raccoons, coyotes, pine martins, fox, badgers, bobcats, geese, ducks, golden eagles and golden mantled ground squirrels.

Area CPW Office: Hot Sulphur Springs, (970) 725-6200.