Pollock Bench Trailhead

Pollock Bench Trailhead offers exceptional hiking and horseback riding opportunities in a landscape of colorful intricate cliffs and deep canyons that tell a story shaped by shallow seas, a meandering river systems, and ongoing uplift and erosion. There are many trail options and distances to choose from. The majority of trails out of Pollock Bench Trailhead access the Black Ridge Canyons Wilderness. Please stay on designated trails. The National Conservation Area serves as an outdoor museum of the life and people that came before us. Paleontological (dinosaurs) and cultural sites help us understand our past. Please to not remove any materials - help protect your heritage. Enjoy rock art but please do not touch (oils from your hands contribute to deterioration). For a map visit: https://www.coloradocanyonsassociation.org/maps-ncinnis-canyons/

Adventure is at Your Fingertips


Geographic Coordinates

39.155, -108.779


From Grand Junction take I-70 west to Fruita (exit 19). Turn left and travel 1.5 miles to Kingsview Road and turn right. Stay on the main road and travel approximately 2.5 miles to the trailhead.


no use fee