Sweet view its peaceful and very pleasant. It never hurts beyond repair to chance a change of cenary
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Must do attraction near Denver. Often see wild Rocky Mountain Goats and bighorn sheep. Great views of plains and surrounding mountain ranges
I have cycled this many times. Only real warning is that if you are not from the area, ask a local about weather, especially if on foot or bike. Amazing scenery and views!
The road can be snowpacked or icy, so have someone with prior mountain driving experience behind the wheel. The views are breath-stealing, the wind can be harsh and certainly take an extra jacket, in case traffic stops and you can't get by. Out-of-staters can't always...More
This is truly a one of a kind outing if you want to really see some incredible views and don't mind driving on a narrow, but paved, winding road. You can say you made it to the top of the highest paved road in North...More
This is a very scenic route which could give some thrills for less experience drivers especially on a way down. There is an entrance fee to Mt. Evans. It is very popular route and you should expect crowds. You should check the weather to avoid...More
Fun place to visit when no thunderstorms around. Weather can change quickly. IT can get crowded at the end of the road.
We just drove up and down the mountain and made 1 stop at a look out point, but the views we outstanding. Some stretches of road felt a bit dangerous with sharp turns and steep grade and limited guard rails, but it's a mountain... What...More