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4 wheel trip,

Beautiful scenery, good roads and trails, good access from where we stayed. The mountains are... read more

Reviewed 21 October 2016
Pueblo, Colorado
Fun and scenic

Great stop along a dual sport ride. Some of the best pictures from my trip were along this trail... read more

Reviewed 26 September 2016
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Between Crested Butte and Marble, this difficult road has narrow, steep passages.
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  • Average4%
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  • Terrible3%
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Reviewed 21 October 2016

Beautiful scenery, good roads and trails, good access from where we stayed. The mountains are gorgeous and the top mountain views are spectacular.

2  Thank jchandler2016
Reviewed 26 September 2016

Great stop along a dual sport ride. Some of the best pictures from my trip were along this trail. Stay on the trail near the private land to avoid problems with the landowners.

Thank rktman
Reviewed 19 September 2016

We were over run by jackasses and their infantile need for speed in vehicles. come here if you like dust and rude people.

Thank Travel333333A
Reviewed 19 September 2016 via mobile

We did the pass to Emerald Lake and the Crested Butte trailhead. We also stopped by the Bio lab visitors center. The foliage is peak! The road was rough but doable. Take it slow. Plenty of hikers bikers and runners. And cattle. Emerald was brilliant...More

Thank mpharveyco
Reviewed 22 August 2016

Scenic drive. We used our SUV, didn't need 4wheel drive although it could be trickier in the winter. There are some cliff curves you go on! Saw beautiful wildflowers like in town, emerald lake. It was not a long drive and glad we did it.

Thank jenthehennifer
Reviewed 14 August 2016 via mobile

The road up to the pass is very doable from town, at least for anyone willing to suffer just a tad. Views are spectacular once you continue up 401 from the pass. My wife road back down and had a total blast! My daughter and...More

Thank chadwallace
Reviewed 3 August 2016

We stayed and played at Emerald Lake. We started from Gothic and decided not to make the loop thru Schofield Pass and back to Washington Gulch Road. Starting at Emerald Lake the road goes up to the pass. Most of it is one-way and cars...More

Thank JoePitz
Reviewed 3 August 2016

Whether you ride Schofield Pass on your mountain bike, or drive it in a 4X4 vehicle, it is truly spectacular! You can breakfast in Crested Butte, then head for Schofield Pass for a wonderful day of hiking, or immersing yourself in a spectacular wildflower display...More

3  Thank morrikb
Reviewed 1 August 2016

Gravel, dirt & rough road. Big dips.Would need a high clearance vehicle. We had a Subaru. Beautiful drive/scenery. Road has curves & is narrow in spots. Gorgeous view of Emerald Lake. If you are going slow, (recommended) there are plenty of pull outs. Takes you...More

1  Thank magoos2011
Reviewed 25 July 2016

In mid July 2016 we hiked the trails taking off from here and the nearby West Morain trailhead. Wildflowers were in full bloom and mile after mile they offered great views. That along with the mountain and stream views were fantastic. The wildflowers were the...More

Thank Mike H
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