Hancock Pass is located between St Elmo Colorado and Pitkin Colorado. This pass provides access to other trails in the area including the Alpine Tunnel. The high pass offers stunning views on clear days from the top.
The trail to the Alpine Tunnel provides some of the best railroad history not only in Colorado but the US. To get to the tunnel you will get the chance to ride over some of the most difficult railroad terrain ever imagined. The trail ends at the beautifully restored depot site which also offers some very interesting historical info.
Tincup Pass starts as it enters the lovely little town of Tinup high up in the Colorado Rockies. The continues to climb as it makes its way to beautiful Tincup Pass. Also the way you will pass the great fishing lake, Mirror Lake.
The trail to Taylor Pass Colorado is stunningly beautiful but can also be stunningly difficult for the unprepared. The views from this high pass are some of the best in Colorado, making the difficulty of the trail worth while.
Looking for more challenging way to get up to Cumberland Pass? The trail up Napoleon Pass is much more difficult. There are several interesting stops along the trail including the town of Tin Cup cemetery and New Gold Cup Mine.
Taylor Park is perhaps Colorado's ultimate UTV and Off-Road destination. With days of riding available from one central location you spend your vacation time riding instead of worrying about packing up and moving to your next destination.
Cross Mountain Trail is one the lesser known trails in the Taylor Park area. You would not want to plan a vacation around this trail but it is still scenic and remote and makes for a short excursion from Taylor Park.
Union Canyon starts at the Lottis Creek Campground and follows Lottis Creek up canyon to Union Park. You can used this trail to gain access to Taylor Park without having to drive all the way into the Taylor Park area.
Lily Pond trail travels through a heavily wooded section of Taylor Park to the Lily Pond lake. The trail passes many abandoned mining camps and the Forest Hill Mine. This Trail is a must see for those interested in Colorado Mining History