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Argentine Pass - Georgetown, Colorado
Technical Rating: 3-4
Difficulty: Easy
Length: 10.33 Miles
Duration: about 3 hours
Status: Open

Argentine Pass

Georgetown, Colorado

This is a run filled with history and heights. Taking you up to 13,205 feet this trail has some amazing views and just enough challenge to make for a fun day.

Shortly after silver was discovered in this area in 1864, private and public entities stepped in to turn this area into what became known as the Argentine Mining District. The name Argentine actually comes from the latin for Silver, Argentum. At it’s peak, no pun intended, between 1864 and 1883, it was considered the highest pass for stagecoaches and the main route for mining camps in the Montezuma and Breckenridge areas. The activity gave rise to a place to rest up, the town of Waldorf that is now gone, acted as a waypoint between those areas and Georgetown.

In 1869 construction was started and completed on the toll road over the pass that ran for fourteen years as a stagecoach and freight pass, costing a whole dollar to get over and to the west when it was first built. Fourteen years later, the counties bought the pass and took it over. The county's lack of maintenance and the completion of a rail line straight to Dillon, CO led to it becoming impassable for passenger and freight traffic.

Today the trail serves no purpose for commercial traffic but is a popular destination for the off-road community and tourists thanks to its accessibility and its height.

Tincup Pass - St. Elmo, Colorado
Technical Rating: 3-6
Difficulty: Easy-Moderate
Length: 12.8 Miles
Duration: about 2 hours
Status: Open

Tincup Pass

St. Elmo, Colorado

Cutting through two National Forests and crossing the Continental Divide at 12,154 feet, this off-road trail offers beautiful high alpine views while following the same route used by miners and prospectors searching for their fortunes in the late 1800's. This relatively easy route takes you from one historic mountain town, right into another. St. Elmo is a true ghost town that was built during the mining boom of the 1880's, while Tincup, originally called Virginia City, has been resurrected as a popular summer destination with many historic buildings still in use today.

Red Elephant Hill - Downieville-Lawson-Dumont, Colorado
Technical Rating: 6
Difficulty: Moderate
Length: 4.6 Miles
Duration: about 2 hours
Status: Open

Red Elephant Hill

Downieville-Lawson-Dumont, Colorado

About 1 hour from Denver, Colorado and situated within the Arapaho National Forest the Red Elephant Hill Off-Road Trail is the toughest trail in the Empire Loop. The Empire Loop is a network of trails just above Empire, Colorado that also includes Bill Moore Lake and Mill Creek. While Red Elephant is better suited for a built rig, an epic day can be had running the entire loop which leads you through forest, rocks, and open meadows amid high alpine lakes.

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