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Argentine Pass

Basics
Location:
Near Georgetown and Montezuma in north central Colorado
Surface:
Dirt and rock
Vehicle Type:
4wd Vehicle
Length:
9 miles
Difficulty:
Beginner
Time:
1.5 hours
Season:
June to October

Description

This is a relatively easy road that leads up to Argentine Pass, over 13,000 feet high and along the Continental Divide. During spring, the high alpine meadows are full of wildflowers, and the view from the top of the pass is most impressive. The road down the other side is no longer passable to vehicles. Hikers can head up to Gray's or Torrey's peaks on either side of the divide.

Details

Location:
Near Georgetown and Montezuma in north central Colorado
Surface:
Dirt and rock
Setting:
Forest, mountain meadows and above-treeline slopes
Vehicle Type:
4wd Vehicle
Length:
9 miles
Difficulty:
Beginner
Time:
1.5 hours
Season:
June to October

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