Occupying a lofty Rocky Mountain perch, the resort town of Vail is best known for its proximity to the ski slopes, though summer visitors will find as many hiking and mountain biking trails for the taking.
Hagerman Pass Road is a long stretch between Leadville and Basalt following a historic railroad line. Much of the road is paved, but 20 miles of high-clearance road near the Leadville end of the route raise the listed difficulty level. The road passes near several scenic mountain lakes and reservoirs.
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