- Guanella Pass | Kenosha Pass | Weston Pass
- Boreas Pass
- Georgia Pass
- All of these passes have terrific vistas!
Guanella Pass | Grant
A Scenic and National Forest Byway
In General: Seasonal Closure
- Length: 22 miles
- Driving Time: min. 1 hour
This route travels over Guanella Pass (11,700 ft) and ends at I-70 in Georgetown and is suitable for 2wd vehicles. Much of it is paved. There is a short and easy hike at the overlook that goes to the pass itself.
Well known for fall color.
Scenic/Rest Area on US285. Kenosha CG nearby.
Aspen covered hillsides and great vistas overlooking South Park. There are trails and some roads in the area to explore.
Moose may be found on the eastern slope.
- Length: 12 miles
- Driving Time: min. 45 mins
From Como to Breckenridge
- Length: 21 miles
- Driving Time: min. 1 hour 15 mins
Follows the former Denver, South Park, and Pacific Railroad route from Como to Breckenridge. In good conditions, a passenger car can travel this road without any issues.
This scenic and mellow road connects Como and Breckenridge, effectively connecting SH 285 and I-70. The trail climbs to the Continental Divide and the remnants of the collection of buildings at Boreas Pass. This is also where you cross from Summit County into Park County.
Nice vistas and good fall foliage.
- Length: 27 miles
- Driving Time: min. 1 hour 30 mins
The road to Weston Pass (11,921 ft) in good conditions, is generally passable to 2wd vehicles, although there are a few rocks which make high clearance desirable.