Aspen to Marble

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Connects: Marble to Crested Butte, Four Pass Loop, Maroon Lake (9,585 ft), Buckskin Pass (12,462 ft), Snowmass Lake (10,980 ft), Trail Rider Pass (12,415 ft), Geneva Lake (10,940 ft), Lead King Loop, Beaver Lake (7,945 ft)

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Aspen to Marble

View of the Maroon Bells-Snowmass Wilderness heading to Marble from Trail Rider Pass

Aspen, Marble, CO – Hard – 21 Miles – Hike, Run, Horseback Ride, Dog Friendly – Dirt

A series of trails connects Aspen to Marble by combining sections of the Four Pass Loop and Lead King Loop. The most common route begins at Maroon Lake (9,585 ft), traveling in the Maroon Bells-Snowmass Wilderness over Buckskin Pass (12,462 ft) to Snowmass Lake (10,980 ft) and over Trail Rider Pass (12,415 ft) to Geneva Lake (10,940 ft) and along the Lead King Loop to Beaver Lake (7,945 ft) in Marble, CO.

A route of similar distance starting from Snowmass to Marble can be made using the Maroon-Snowmass Trail from the Snowmass Trailhead.

More information about traveling from Aspen to Marble can be found at:
White River National Forest – Four Pass Loop – West Maroon to Buckskin (Hiking)
White River National Forest – Maroon-Snowmass Trail #1975 to Buckskin Pass (Hiking)
White River National Forest – Maroon-Snowmass Trail #1975 to Snowmass Lake (Hiking)
White River National Forest – Lead King Basin Loop Road #315 & #314 (4WD)

Four Pass Loop Trail MapFour Pass Loop Trail Map

Lead King Loop Trail MapLead King Loop Trail Map


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