Route: Wolf Creek Pass - Cumbres Pass on the CDT (CO)

Submitted by toddaweaver on Sun, 04/04/2021 - 10:31am
Colorado, US
68.1 mi
Vertical Gain
11716 ft

This route follows the iconic Continental Divide Trail starting at Wolf Creek Pass and ending at Cumbres Pass (or reverse) just north of the Colorado/New Mexico Border. The route starts at 10,800' on Wolf Creek Pass, reaches a peak of 12,670' and does not drop below 10,000' in elevation until the the very end at Cumbres Pass. It travels through a significant portion of the South San Juan Wilderness area, which is the most remote wilderness area in Colorado and where the last grizzly bear in Colorado was found.