When we finished Wurts Ditch we had the options of either going down Yoder Gulch or up Yoder Gulch for a bit to go down No Name Gulch instead. Don hadn't seen No Name Gulch yet and Walt no longer had 4-wheel drive, so we decided that No Name Gulch would be the smartest way to go. We started at the top after showing Don the far end of Yoder Gulch.
The trip down the rocky section of No Name Gulch was quick, and soon we were at the smooth part. That section of the trail was even quicker. We saw a few vehicles on their way up, but otherwise it was pretty mellow. All of the campers we saw on Friday seemed to be gone and headed home, too.
The weather was cooperating, and we were soon at the trailhead. It was only 2:30, and we were only a couple of hours from Denver. We discussed it, and decided to run yet another trail before leaving for home. We headed back towards Leadville to check out Mount Zion.
No Name Gulch is definitely a quick way out of the network of trails.