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Blanca Peak Trail is not for beginning drivers. Or intermediate drivers. Even expert drivers should come prepared for a tip or few. Blanca Peak, after all, is home to four obstacles called "Jaws," which are large fins of rock that jut out of the trail, with open air on the one side.
Basic Directions
    From Pueblo
  • Drive I-25 southward until you reach Walsenburg Exit #50.
  • Take this exit to Highway 160 West and drive through Blanca.
  • After Blanca, take Highway 150 northward.
  • Then, take FR 975/TR 886 eastward, which will take you to the bottom of the mountain.

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