Maroon
Bells-Snowmass
Wilderness

The Maroon Bells–Snowmass Wilderness is a U.S. Wilderness Area located in the Elk Mountains of central Colorado. The 181,535-acre (734.65 km2) wilderness was established in 1980 in the Gunnison and White River national forests. Within its boundaries are 100 miles (160 km) of trails, 6 of Colorado's fourteeners and 9 passes over 12,000 feet (3,700 m). The wilderness is named after the two peaks known as the Maroon Bells as well as Snowmass Mountain.
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Mount Sopris (12,965 feet) is located in the White River National Forest and Mar…
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The Crater Lake trail is located in the White River National Forest and Maroon B…
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The Maroon Creek trail is located in the White River National Forest near Aspen,…
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This is a serious route, the ability to self-arrest is imperative and rockfall c…
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Ideal for the spring during stable conditions. Expect a fairly easy slog through…
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