Marble to Crested Butte

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Connects: Aspen to Marble, Marble, Beaver Lake (7,945 ft), Four Pass Loop, Lead King Loop, Hasley Pass (12,144 ft), Frigid Air Pass (12,405 ft), Schofield Pass (10,700 ft), Yule Pass (11,300 ft)

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Marble to Crested Butte

Schofield Pass Road, one of the many ways from Marble to Crested Butte

Marble, Crested Butte, CO – Hard – Hike, Run, Mountain Bike, Horseback Ride, Dog Friendly – Dirt

Multiple connections using a series of roads and/or trails connects Marble to Crested Butte. Popular connections include segments of the Four Pass Loop and Lead King Loop. Routes generally use one of these four passes – Hasley Pass (12,144 ft), Frigid Air Pass (12,405 ft), Schofield Pass (10,700 ft), Yule Pass (11,300 ft) – and the Carbondale to Crested Butte Trail will provide another trail alternative. There are multiple routes from Marble to Crested Butte that pass through wilderness areas where mountain bikes are prohibited – Schofield Pass (10,700 ft) via Schofield Pass Road (FSR #317) is the only route mountain bikes are an option.

News about traveling from Marble to Crested Butte can be found at:
Aspen Daily News (April 30, 2015) – Massive rockslide demolishes road between Marble and Crested Butte

More information about traveling from Marble to Crested Butte can be found at:
White River National Forest – Four Pass Loop – West Maroon to Buckskin (Hiking)
White River National Forest – Lead King Basin Loop Road #315 & #314 (4WD)
White River National Forest – Schofield Pass Road #317 (4WD)

Four Pass Loop Printable Trail MapFour Pass Loop Trail Map

Lead King Loop Printable Trail MapLead King Loop Trail Map

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