Fall has settled into the high country with peak color in Ironton, Dallas Divide and Silverton. There is still a little green in the lower elevations of town and Yankee Boy. The last week has been breezy with high's in the upper 60's and nights near freezing.
Sadly, our season has come to end, but we will pick up reporting conditions next spring. Although, many trails are still open, last night's storm scattered visible snow over the peaks including Imogene. For purposes of safety, consider ANY trails above 11,000 feet questionable in terms of passage.
Have a great fall and winter y'all!
As a reminder for all of our visitors (and locals too)...it is UNLAWFUL to get off trail. This means you can get a ticket for just parking on tundra and most certainly for driving any vehicle off trail! Please Tread Lightly.
Our information comes from being up on the trails ourselves or updates from those that have been on particular trails in their own vehicles. So, as with any high mountain terrain, be CAUTIOUS! If you start up a trail and you are uncertain, don’t go any farther.
Remember, the adventure lies in exploring the beautiful scenery and seeing what's around the next corner... not just a destination. Take water, layers of warm clothing, and maps. Allow plenty of time.
See where our Jeep Tours go, or plan your route with your Jeep rental (except Black Bear Pass). Click on a trail map to the right for specific tour details, and it will take you directly to that tour for a full description and booking information.
Gift Cards are a wonderful way to treat someone special to an outdoor adventure in Ouray, Colorado! Easy to purchase and give as surprise, gift cards may be used towards any Scenic Tour, Safari, Wedding Adventure or Jeep Rental.