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Mount Bross Trail

Basics
Location:
Near Fairplay, south of I-70 in the central Rockies
Surface:
Dirt
Vehicle Type:
4wd Vehicle
Length:
10 miles
Difficulty:
Difficult
Time:
1.5 to 2 hours
Season:
July to September

Description

One of the highest roads of any kind in the state, the Mount Bross Trail starts out easy and then becomes more challenging as it rises towards a broad, 14,172-foot summit. Along the way, you'll pass a number of stunning viewpoints, some abandoned mine sites, and a grove of millennia-old Bristlecone Pine trees.

Details

Location:
Near Fairplay, south of I-70 in the central Rockies
Surface:
Dirt
Setting:
Shelf roads above timberline
Vehicle Type:
4wd Vehicle
Length:
10 miles
Difficulty:
Difficult
Time:
1.5 to 2 hours
Season:
July to September

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