Duck Creek Picnic Area is located off of Guanella Pass Road. It has five (5) picnic sites and is located in a shaded area. Please plan on bringing drinking water. The Guanella Pass Road (Park County 62) is a Scenic and Historic Byway, and is one of the most popular scenic drives on the Pike National Forest. This Byway provides a refreshing half-day auto tour loop beginning and ending in Denver. Most of this 22-mile alpine route is contained in the Pike and Arapaho national forests. A wide variety of recreation opportunities are found along the route. Picnicking, camping, hiking, photography, nature study, hunting, fishing, and cross country skiing are a few of the activities enjoyed by visitors. Please drive slowly and enjoy the trip. This road is not actively maintained during this winter. A number of trails into the Mount Evans Wilderness Area are accessible via Park County Road 62, including the upper trailhead for Rosalie Trail #603, Threemile Creek Trail #635, Abyss Lake Trail #602, and the trail to the 14000’ Mt. Bierstadt.