Hagerman Pass Road (FSR #105)

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Connects: Frying Pan Road (CR 104), Sellar Meadow (9,630 ft), Sellar Coke Ovens, Forest Service Road #502, Hell Gate, Ivanhoe Lake Road (FSR #527), Lyle/Mormon Lake Trail, Ivanhoe Lake Road (FSR #527), Busk-Ivanhoe Tunnel, Lyle/Mormon Lakes Trail, Hagerman Pass (11,925 ft), Colorado Midland Trail (Hagerman Tunnel Trail), Windsor Lake Trail, Native Lake/Highline Trail

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Hagerman Pass Road

Hagerman Pass Road (FSR #105) connecting Basalt and Leadville

Leadville, CO – Hard – 22 Miles – Hike, Run, Mountain Bike, Horseback Ride, Dog Friendly – Rocky/Dirt

Hagerman Pass Road (FSR #105) is a difficult dirt road you can hike, run, mountain bike, and horseback ride that is dog friendly. The road is named after James J. Hagerman the builder of the Colorado Midland Railroad. This is a rocky dirt road over Hagerman Pass between Basalt and Leadville, CO.

Distances:
End of Pavement Frying Pan Road (CR 104)/Info Kiosk to Sellar Meadow – 3 Miles
End of Pavement Frying Pan Road (CR 104)/Info Kiosk to Hell Gate – 7 Miles
End of Paved Frying Pan Road (CR 104)/Info Kiosk to Hagerman Pass (11,925 ft) – 14 Miles

More information about Hagerman Pass can be found at:
White River National Forest – Hagerman Pass Road #105 (4WD)

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Leadville, CO – Easy – 22 Miles – Snowshoe, XC Ski, Dog Friendly – Snow

Hagerman Pass Road (FSR #105) is a difficult dirt road you can snowshoe and cross-country ski that is dog friendly. This is a closed winter road over Hagerman Pass between Basalt and Leadville, CO. Frying Pan Road (CR 104) is plowed to the intersection with Fryingpan Lakes Road (FSR #505) at the info kiosk.

Distances:
End of Pavement Frying Pan Road (CR 104)/Info Kiosk to Sellar Meadow – 3 Miles
End of Pavement Frying Pan Road (CR 104)/Info Kiosk to Hell Gate – 7 Miles
End of Paved Frying Pan Road (CR 104)/Info Kiosk to Hagerman Pass (11,925 ft) – 14 Miles


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Bruce Sherman

Just completed a trip from Basalt over Hagerman with an experienced driver in a Jeep. RADICAL EXPERIENCE!!!!!!!! I would URGE those describing the experience in brochures…on the Internet, etc. to issue a “WARNING: DO NOT ATTEMPT THIS TRIP IN A CONVENTIONAL CAR!!!!! The road is EXTREMELY DIFFICULT and should only be taken with an experienced driver. It is an adventure and a beautiful trip but do not underestimate the difficulty.

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