Preserve Rollins Pass provides a growing list of resources including the Rollins Pass/Corona Pass Road Status, Frequently Asked Questions, Rollins Pass Weather, Rollins Pass Maps, Leave No Trace guidance, how to Contact an Archaeologist, and more.
By far, our most popular and most accessed resource with thousands and thousands of views each year! The latest information about the Rollins Pass Road Status and road conditions are provided on this page—based on data aggregated from crowd-sourced information available and provided to Preserve Rollins Pass. Avalanche forecast data is provided courtesy of the Colorado Avalanche Information Center (CAIC). This page is updated every week of the year and quite often, daily.
Our second-most popular resource: your most frequently asked questions about Rollins Pass, the Moffat Tunnel, and much more are answered here by the authors! This page is updated frequently with new questions and answers.
Rollins Pass weather, like many places in Colorado, changes constantly. We’ll walk you through how to interpret the data to make reasonable guesses as to how much snow you can expect on either side of Rollins Pass as well as what the current weather might look like before you head to the pass.
Satellite maps, wilderness maps, as well as USFS Motor Vehicle Use Maps for both sides of Rollins Pass (Corona Pass) are provided to inform the public.
Leave no trace, don’t pocket the past, and take care of the pass for the future.
Preserve Rollins Pass facilitates straightforward access to area experts, including archaeologists, who have a vested interest in preserving the heritage of Rollins Pass. Should any historic or prehistoric item be found on the pass, please leave the item in place (don’t pocket the past) and fill out the form on this page or email [email protected], and your message will be forwarded to area experts, including professional archaeologist Dr. Jason LaBelle.
Help Preserve Rollins Pass by following common sense rules on fire safety; be sure you know when and where you can have campfires or if you need to pack your camping stove on the next trip.
The primary purpose of our work is to inform the public.