Colorful Colorado. What a beautiful mixture of desert, foot hills, and the Rocky Mountains. Bravery will open a whole new can of worms when it come to the high country. With the Colorado heritage stardom in the gold rush days, our adventures in Colorado have been meaningful. Going off road in Colorado truly takes you back in time. A time when the American West was full of the American dream and the hustle and bustle of making a name for oneself and striking it rich. Honestly, not much has changed.
You will see our breathtaking pictures of Bridal Veil, the highest free-falling waterfall in Colorado. Black Bear Pass, roughly 10 miles long, will take as much time as you are willing to take pictures. It took us only a few hours but felt like minutes. Black Bear Pass is only open a few months out of the year. We would not recommend doing the pass with a long wheel base, there are some seriously tight switch backs.
Enjoy our trip down Black Bear Pass. We hope it inspires you to create your own adventures. Maybe even see Black Bear Pass for yourself.
Black Bear Pass 12,840ft
Beautiful Colorado High Country
Mistake it not, the high country in Colorado's number one occupant is not the mountain sheep or the elk. It is the Whistle Pig, better known as the Marmot. Check back for more Adventuring America Off-Road in Colorado.