You can join the hunter's parade along Divide Road and then head down the drainage of your choice. It's all possible through there, but patrolled heavily because it's on the border of Unit 61, which is a "trophy area" It's sort of down hill hunting and up-hill to camp type of hunting though. Last year a fellow shot a nice bull during archery in Unit 61 and tried to claim it was shot in 62, then ran across the road into 61. He got busted....so be careful.
There's another spot that's good later in the year, but I don't know about archery in the mid-drainage stretches of Roubideau Creek.
Check out the mapping website: Click on Unit 62 and snoop araound. If you select the feature that shows elk concentrations, you'll see the pattern, but it only provides generalities. You can also select land ownership that will indicate public vs private land.
Elk have been killed close to roads where they could be loaded whole into the bed of a pickup. But it doesn't happen often and I'm not sure that is the experience that I long for. The type of elk hunting that I prefer requires rigorous physical exertion that can cripple someone who is not in shape. Being a college hockey player I have to be in at least fair physical condition most of the year but when one of my buddies got back from the Navy Seals he changed the way I think about physical...