Jed Wiebe Trail is located in Telluride, Colorado and features many waterfalls as destinations. The scenery and ruggedness of the trails make this area of Colorado one of the most popular hiking destinations in the United States. Along with the waterfall destinations there are abandoned mines and ghost towns that can be explored.
Jed Wiebe Trail is a short 2.7 mile loop with an elevation gain of 1,200 feet. It is accessed from the north end of Aspen Street and exits onto Tomboy Road. One of the most popular features of the trail is the views of Bridal Veil Falls and Telluride from the trail summit. The trail is approximately 10,000 feet above sea level and is rated moderate in difficulty.
Jed Weibe is best hiked during the summer months of July through September. The trail often has snow on it as late as May. The trail is named after designer Jed Weibe, who conceived the design of the trail. Mr. Weibe passed away in 1986.
Telluride is a town located in san Miguel County in southwestern Colorado. The town is a former mining community and is registered as one of Colorado's historical landmarks. The population is approximately 2,500.