Rogers Pass Trail

Roosevelt National Forest, Colorado

Distance4.7mi
Elevation Gain3,080ft
Trailhead Elevation9,246ft
Top11,939ft
Elevation Min/Max9246/11939ft
Elevation Start/End9246/9246ft

Rogers Pass Trail

Rogers Pass Trail is a hiking trail in Gilpin County and Grand County, Colorado. It is within James Peak Wilderness Area, Roosevelt National Forest, and James Peak Protection Area. It is 4.7 miles long and begins at 9,246 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 9.5 miles with a total elevation gain of 3,080 feet. Along the trail there are waters. This trail connects with the following: Clayton Lake Trail, Crater Lakes Trail and Forest Lakes Trail.

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Afoot & Afield: Denver, Boulder, Fort Collins, and Rocky Mountain National Park (Wilderness Press)
Alan Apt and Kay Turnbaugh
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"Hike any portion of this popular trail, and you will have an enjoyable trek in a stately old-growth forest, with a few ridgetop views along the way. To make it to Rogers Pass and Heart Lake you will need all day and an early start to avoid thunderstorms. The lakes are sparklers, cupped by the soaring mountaintops of the Continental Divide. The trail has many steep sections, with intermittent level spots. This is a popular trail on weekends, with lots of dogs. The trail is marked with intermittent blue diamonds." Read more

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Trail Information

Roosevelt National Forest
Nearby City
James Peak Protection Area
Parks
Dog-friendly
Accessibility
Skiing
Additional Use
James Peak Wilderness, Boulder Ranger District, Roosevelt National Forest
Local Contacts
Latitude 40° Boulder County Trails
Local Maps

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Dec 2018