Rampart Range Road

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From Sedalia to Garden of the Gods.

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Pikes Peak from the Rampart Range Rd.

How to get there:

  • From US 85/C470 to Sedalia
  • 10 miles 15 mins

From US85/SH 67 in Sedalia, drive 9.9 miles SW on SH 67 to the Rampart Range Rd.

  • GPS
  • SH 67/Rampart Rg Rd
  • 39.3775 -105.0935

In General:CampgroundFishing AvailableATVs Allowed - Check RegulationsSeasonal Closure

This generally smooth, two lane road winds its way to an elevation of 9,500 feet before ending in the Garden of the Gods. In good conditions, it shoud be passable to all passenger vehicles. ATV trails parallel most of the road.

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Mount Herman

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Connects with the Rampart Range Rd.

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How to get there:

South on I-25 to exit 161 – SH 105 in Monument.

  • From I-25/C470 to Monument
  • 34 miles 35 mins
  • GPS
  • End of ramp
  • 39.4371 -106.0507

In General:4wd vehicle with low range required

  • Length: 14 miles
  • Driving Time: min. 1 hour

This route winds its way to an elevation of 9,443 feet and ends at its junction with the Rampart Range Rd. There are plenty of rocks and ruts on the Monument side, high clearance recommended!

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Golden Gate Canyon State Park

See 100 miles of the Continental Divide.

Golden Gate Canyon State Park

How to get there:

Take Highway 93 north from Golden one mile to Golden Gate Canyon Road. Turn left and continue for 13 miles to the park.

  • GPS
  • Parking Entrance
  • 39.8757 -105.4407

In General:CampgroundFishing AvailableHikingPets on leash allowedPicnic Arearock climbing

Daily Vehicle Pass – $8.

Only 30 miles from Denver, Golden Gate Canyon offers more than 12,000 acres of dense forest, rocky peaks, and aspen-rimmed meadows laced with miles of trails and the Panorama Point Scenic Overlook, where one can see 100 miles of the Continental Divide.

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