Rollins Pass Trailhead, CO

US Forest Service

Rollins Pass Trailhead

Trailhead located on the Continental Divide and on the Grand/Boulder County line. There is parking for about 15 vehicles. The trailhead provides access to the Indian Peaks and James Peak Wilderness Areas...[more]




From Winter Park, CO, drive south on US Highway 40 approximately one mile to County Road 80 (Forest Road 149) and turn left. Drive 15 miles to the Continental Divide. No motorized route connects across the Continental Divide. One may hike or bicycle across and around the collapsed Needle's Eye Tunnel to Forest Road 149 that leads to Rollinsville, CO.

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