Taylor Pass is at an elevation of 3.642m (11,948ft), on (official name Forest Service Road 15C) a road of the highest in Colorado. Road requires experience plus a 4x4 vehicle with high clearance. Agppart it is very steep, 20% maximum gradient and 10% average, is also rocky with boulders scattered. But, a great alpine drive inside Colorado’s most spectacular scenery within the Gunnison National Forest. It is impassable from October to July. Extra attention in one creek crossing fairly challenging. Go slow when the trail enters the creek, there can be some deep holes in there. Road starts at the paved Castle Creek Road and it takes 7.5km (4.7 miles) to reach the summit. The north side of Taylor Pass gives access to Gold Hill and Difficult Pass.
Taylor Pass Divide , 81210, Ηνωμένες Πολιτείες
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