Kate and Travis serve as both trail adopters and route historians for Rollins Pass. Join us as we actively preserve the history and legacy of Rollins Pass:
N76 TRAIL ADOPTION
For many years, we’ve participated as trail adopters of N76, a 1.73 mile Class 2 Trail known as Riflesight (named for the famed Riflesight Notch Trestle), on the west side of Rollins Pass by participating and working with the Headwaters Trail Alliance. This section of trail, while open to bicycles and hikers, is closed to all forms of motor vehicle traffic, and parking at the trailhead is exceptionally limited. The trail skirts the edge of timberline at 10,600-10,950 feet in elevation and follows the original railroad grade—the width is perfect for walking next to a hiking partner. If you’d like to pitch in to help or would like to keep us company while discussing the 11,000 years of history on the pass, please contact us!
We’re providing route history for Segment 4 and Segment 5 to the Indian Peaks Traverse team as they seek to utilize Rollins Pass as a crossing over the Continental Divide for their 66-mile trail that meanders from Boulder over the Rocky Mountains and into Winter Park.