Resolution Mountain is a quarter-mile spur off McAllister Gulch up to the summit of Resolution Mountain at 11,905 feet. The trail climbs steeply and ends at a wide turn-around spot. The most difficult part of the trail is at the beginning, in the form of moderate erosion ruts. Straddle the ruts, and any high clearance vehicle with a low range will easily make the climb. Dispersed camping is allowed, but the terrain is uneven, and preestablished campsites are nonexistent or have done a great job of leaving no trace.
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