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31.18 miles

Elevation Gain

1729 ft

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Kebler Pass Road in Crested Butte, Colorado, is a trail that offers a unique blend of natural features and scenic landmarks. The trail is moderately difficult, making it suitable for hikers with some experience. It stretches over 31.18 miles, winding through dense forests of aspen trees, which are particularly striking in the fall when they turn a vibrant gold. The trail also features several notable landmarks. One of these is the Anthracite Range, a striking mountain range that provides a stunning backdrop to the trail. Another is the Dark Canyon, a deep, narrow canyon that offers a challenging but rewarding detour. Hikers should be prepared for a variety of terrains on this trail, from smooth dirt paths to rocky inclines. It's recommended to wear sturdy hiking boots and bring plenty of water. The trail is also at a high altitude, so it's important to take time to acclimate before starting the hike. Despite the challenges, Kebler Pass Road offers a rewarding hike with stunning views and unique natural features.
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