Hancock Pass Jeep is a hiking, biking, and horse trail in , Colorado. It is within Gunnison National Forest and San Isabel National Forest. It is a mile long and begins at 12,146 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is two miles with a total elevation gain of 727 feet.
Hancock Pass Jeep Professional Review and Guide
"This trail offers just the right amount of challenge for aggressive, stock SUVs. There are outstanding views on the upper section. Two side trips are recommended: The first is to Hancock Lake, which requires passing through a fairly rocky section. The second is to the Alpine Tunnel over a well-maintained and easy ledge road. This road has signs along the way to explain the history of the area. ATVs can unload at a small parking area near Hancock Townsite. There are several fairly rocky sections but this trail is passable by stock, high-clearance vehicles with low-range gearing. Skid plates are helpful. The drive should not be attempted if snow is on the trail. Alpine Tunnel Road 839 is an easy graded gravel road."
--Charles A. Wells, Guide to Colorado Backroads & 4-Wheel Drive Trails, Vol. 1 (FunTreks).
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