07-Aug-2014 -- This was the second confluence today (the first was due north at 40N, 105W) and one that we barely squeezed in due to dwindling daylight! After heading down I-25 from Fort Collins and making a pit stop at Bristol Brewing's new taproom (in an old elementary school!) we headed up into Woodland Park toward our campsite (USDA Forest Service's Springdale Campground, about 1.5 miles WSW of the confluence). The original plan was to hike from here to the confluence, but the campground host said the land adjacent was privately owned (looked like cattle grazing) and the owner is finicky about folks crossing. So we backtracked along Rampart Range Road until arriving back at Loy Creek Road, which we traveled southeast on until we were 0.65 miles due southwest of the confluence. We parked and started walking at 7:45pm - only about twenty minutes of daylight left! This was just about how long it took us to get there, following what seemed to be an old logging trail in an open grassy swale before heading up a slope into the trees less than 0.1 miles from the confluence. It was quite a bit darker in the forest but we managed to zero out, get pictures, and return to the vehicle without using our headlamps. Very grateful for a successful visit and a beautiful hike with a gorgeous sunset.