Trails and Road Conditions
For up-to-date and further information, call the Chamber of Commerce at 800-569-1874. This information is not always accurate.
4WD roads in our area typically close mid-Ocotber and open back up late May to mid-June.
UPDATE on the ALPINE LOOP ROAD CONDITIONS (6/19)
CAUTION!!! This is not a typical spring atmosphere on this pass, you WILL encounter snow drifts, lots of run off from streams especially in the afternoons as the day warms up. The County Crews HIGHLY ADVISE HAVING GOOD TIRES and HIGH CLEARANCE VEHICLES if you plan to attempt going over Cinnamon Pass and Engineer.
ENGINEER PASS. OPEN
CINNAMON PASS. OPEN
Please make sure someone in town knows when and where you will be if traveling in these areas and touch base often to ensure your safety.
Mineral Creek is open, but the conditions are described as "horrible."
Wager Gulch to Carson Ghost Town. Open.
Nellie Creek Road. Open.
Deer Lakes access on FS 788 is now open, as well as CR 50 and the Cebolla Creek areas.
FS Road 868 to Big Blue is now open. FS Road 867 to Alpine Plateau is still closed due to snow.
North Henson Creek. Open.
Nellie Creek. Open.
Round Top. Open.
Stony Pass (FS 520). Open to Pole Creek.
Ophir Pass. Open.
Black Bear Pass. Closed.
Alpine Plateau. Closed.
Lake City/Sapinero Cut-off. Open.
Blue Mesa Cut-off. Open.
Corkscrew Gulch. Open.
California Gulch. Open.
Hurricane Pass. Open.
Imogene Pass. Closed.
Owl Creek. Open to snow.
Minnie Gulch. Open to snow.
Maggie Gulch. Open to snow.
Mineral Creek. Open, conditions described as horrible.
Yankee Boy Basin. Open.
Poughkeepsie Gulch. Closed.
- Jeep Trail Conditions: http://www.ouraycolorado.com/Jeep+Road+Conditions
Avalanche Hotline: 1-970-247-8187
Colorado Highway 149 is open year-round and is well-maintained by the Colorado Department of Transportation. Before traveling, please check on current conditions for Highway 149 and all Colorado highways.