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Charlie4577
Gurnee, IL104 contributions
Feb 2021
Beautiful views of the mountains. Can be a bit treacherous when it is snowing. Sunday afternoon when all the skiiers are heading back to Denver, it is packed and can take 1 1/2 hours to drive. Nice places to stop and look at the breathtaking views and photo ops.
Written February 23, 2021
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romanpiekosz
Chicago, IL8,483 contributions
Jan 2021
It was my second visit of this place during the winter. For the first time I have an opportunity to hike a little bit in this area. Because of the strong wind, there was not much snow on the nearby hills, so I was able to go up about an hour from the Pass. In lower, hidden areas, the snow was deep. The weather was fantastic: a little bit of clouds over the blue sky. The temperature was about 20 degrees of F(plus wind factor). It was fun for me to go up with my camera and take many nice photos. The parking there is very small, so I parked my car by the road. There was some "crazy" skiers, going down in this wild area.
I strongly recommend this place no matter which time of the year is.
Written January 17, 2021
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Rochelle F
Randolph, NJ784 contributions
Oct 2021
A must do. We were driving cross country and heading west from Denver area. We made this stop and had to put on a winter coat, socks and scarf! after wearing short sleeves earlier. It was well worth it !

Take Rte 6 off of I-70 (an alternative to the Eisenhower Tunnel). The road is windy but scenery is beautiful. When you get to the marker for Continental Divide, pull over and wander around for a beautiful view of snow capped mountains and fresh air, 11,990 feet about sea level.
Written November 28, 2021
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LJScar
United States211 contributions
May 2021 • Couples
Beautiful snowy mountain Wonderland. Would definitely recommend the drive up from Keystone and out to I-70. Such a beautiful twisty turny Road. At the summit you can get out and take your picture by the Continental Divide sign. Truly beautiful place.
Written June 5, 2021
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NikaNumber1
Royal Oak, MI6,475 contributions
Feb 2020 • Friends
Ahh the air smells so clean and crisp up 11,990 feet above sea level.

I can see why my friend decided to move here and live for decades here. I have several friends that have a goal to move out here in the next 10 years or after they retire.

There’s a great air purity here and the locals are extremely active and fit too. Look at the beautiful landscape of this Rocky Mountain state.

It’s never too warm or cold in Denver.

So much to love and enjoy in these parts. I get the draw of this state after spending a solid week here.
Written February 7, 2020
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Bourlingueur
Albany, NY691 contributions
May 2018 • Couples
We overheard a conversation about getting off of I 70 before the big tunnel and going over Loveland Pass instead. We decided to do just that. It was a brilliantly sunny day and we took our time going over the pass, stopping a many of the pullovers to admire the amazing views. This is not for the faint of heart. The road is narrow and has precipitous drops with no guardrails!
Written May 12, 2018
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willys1945
Illinois476 contributions
Jul 2018 • Friends
If you have the time this is a pleasant alternative to driving through the super busy Eisenhower Tunnel. Not much traffic on the pass but there were a few semis coming down that were not allowed through the tunnel. Road is plenty wide enough for semis so any driver can do the pass without any issues. I've done this Pass in winter also without issues.
Written July 15, 2018
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2BEis2SKI
Charlotte, NC1,291 contributions
Mar 2018 • Solo
Worth a quick stop. This is one of those spots that you can remember for a lifetime. It's a spectacular view in all directions.

In the winter, there is pretty much always someone there coming or going from back country skiing. I'm forever envious of those folks.

Unless the wind is crazy strong, interrupt your drive and get out and be in the moment. You won't regret it.
Written March 13, 2018
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Carrie64151
Kansas City, MO23 contributions
Aug 2014 • Couples
Um, Loveland Pass is no where near Loveland CO. Loveland Pass is located closer to Breckenridge than anywhere close to the Front Range.
Written September 2, 2014
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travkea3
Miami, FL19 contributions
Dec 2018 • Family
We are from Miami, and drove the Pass December 2018. It took us a moment to figure out the hitchhiking snowboarders at the bottom, but understood once we started the drive. It was a beautiful drive, and not too scary for people not used to heights or driving in the mountains. We were there on a very cold and very windy day, so the stop at the Continental Divide sign took our breath away, literally. The view is stunning. Bundle up, especially if it's windy. We had a basic rental car (not 4 wheel drive) so we were leery of stopping at some of the overlooks, but they seemed accessible for all types of vehicles. The car itself did fine on the road. The road was clearly paved and not icy at all.
Written January 15, 2019
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