Red Cone is a high mountain peak at an elevation of 3.905m (12,811ft), one of the highest roads of Colorado. The road to the summit is totally unpaved and very steep, filled sometimes with very loose rock. The road to the summit is 11km (7 miles) long,
running from Webster Pass to County Road 60. If you have a 4x4 vehicle with a decent amount of clearance you can do this trail. Mind that driving along the edge of the slope can be rather dangerous. It is only for experienced rider considering its reputation as on of the most intimidating off-road trails in Colorado. The pass is usually open from July (late in the month if the snow has melted) to October (first snows will close the pass). Do not try this trail if is snow covered or you will get boxed in with no place to go. Your best chance of a snow-free trip is in late August or early September.
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