Tomichi Pass

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Pitkin, Colorado (Gunnison County)
Last Updated: 10/18/2022

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Highlight: Tomichi Pass
Tomichi Pass is a high-mountain trail connecting Brittle Silver Basin to the north with the mining town of Whitepine to the south. This trail is often compared to many of the routes in the San Juan Mountains as the north side of the trail is almost fully visible from the start as it cuts across talus slopes under the red mineral deposits of Brittle Silver Mountain. Don't let the beautiful scenery fool you because this is a difficult hard-core trail not for the faint of heart. The shelf road in Brittle Silver Basin is extremely narrow and off-camber in places and is prone to rockslides, as you will see in Waypoint 3. Driving experience and modified vehicles are highly recommended.
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