When trying to separate from the crowds with a nice stroll, and assuming you're hunting on US national forest, you can look at the motor vehicle use maps (MVUM) and try to get away from the roads. If on BLM, see the last point below.
The best alternative for MVUMs - you can use Google Earth Pro (free), and download the shape file for MVUMs at this link: https://data.fs.usda.gov/geodata/edw/datasets.php. The feature class is "Motor Vehicle Use Map: Roads". The shape file can be imported into Google Earth, which is much better than google maps as you can also see the terrain with 3D view to find glassing points, meadows, feed, etc.
The second best (and easiest alternative) is to look at the Colorado Hunting Atlas and click on "Motor Vehicle Use Map" on the left side of the screen. Hunting atlas is here: https://ndismaps.nrel.colostate.edu/index.html?app=HuntingAtlas.
Finally, the last (an least detailed option) the Uncompahgre MVUM can be downloaded here: https://www.fs.usda.gov/Internet/FSE_DOCUMENTS/fseprd511370.pdf
If you are hunting BLM - you can go to the BLM Colorado Interactive Map at the link here: https://www.blm.gov/maps/frequently-requested/colorado. In the map, you will need to toggle ON the "routes" layer and it will show all of the designated roads.
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