Cinnamon Pass and Wager Gulch Topo Map

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This trail, combined with Engineer Pass, constitutes the famous Alpine Loop. The western half of the trip passes many historic points and climbs to outstanding views. Side trip up Wager Gulch takes you to Carson Ghost Town. Cinnamon Pass Road also accesses beautiful American Basin, one of the best places in the area for wildflowers. There’s a large staging area for ATVs soon after the pavement ends. This is a popular ATV area. Unlicensed vehicles must display an OHV permit and riders must possess a valid driver’s license or vehicle operator’s license. Ouray and San Juan Counties require proof of liability insurance for unlicensed vehicles. Most of this trail is easy; however, the western half is steep and rocky in a few places. The side trip up Wager Gulch is slightly more difficult than Cinnamon Pass. All roads, when dry, are suitable for any stock 4x4 SUV with moderate ground clearance. The side trip up American Basin is borderline difficult.
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Lake City, Colorado

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Mar 2018