Kenosha Pass Out-and-Back
ElevationAscent: 1,513' 461 m
Descent: -1,510' -460 m
High: 10,397' 3,169 m
Low: 9,844' 3,000 m
GradeAvg Grade: 5% (3°)
Max Grade: 16% (9°)
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“A smooth and easy-rolling run with incredible views, aspen groves, and three stream crossings.”— Kelly Kahler
The trail then narrows into singletrack and opens up into a high alpine meadow with incredible views: mountain ranges off in the distance to the southwest, 13ers just over to the west and northwest. GORGEOUS - and all downhill. The trail continues on through aspen groves, losing a bit of elevation along the way. The first stream crossing is at 3 miles; the second is at 4.5 miles, and you're winding your way through the aspens the whole way.
You end up at Jefferson Creek at about 6 miles even. The meadow is the steepest part on the way back, but you're just stopping to take in the views - right?
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