Warner Lake Mann's Peak Loop with Jackass Pass
ElevationAscent: 4,196' 1,279 m
Descent: -4,195' -1,279 m
High: 12,043' 3,671 m
Low: 8,717' 2,657 m
GradeAvg Grade: 9% (5°)
Max Grade: 41% (22°)
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“A high altitude loop in the heart of the La Sal Mountains.”— Victor Mariano
From there, you'll get to run on a section of the Whole Enchilada (popular for mountain bikes) and Burro Pass Trail. Once you reach Burro Pass, you'll begin the ascent to the top of Mann's Peak on Manns Peak Trail #110. The trail is easy to follow for about a mile but then becomes more difficult to see at times because you'll be above tree line in the rock "scree". There are some cairns to follow and rock steps have been built to guide you along the way.
Once at the top of the peak, be sure to take a minute to enjoy the 360-degree views. At the peak, there is a severe drop off on the back side. Head west and stay on the ridgeline running down to a "Y" intersection with Warner Lake - Beaver Basin Trail. This is also known locally as Jackass Pass. Take a left at the "Y" onto Warner Lake - Beaver Basin Trail back to Burro Pass Trail #315, which will loop you back to where you started.
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