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Snowmobiling Cottonwood Pass

Snowmobiling Cottonwood Pass in the Colorado Rocky Mountains.

 

In just a small amount of time, you can feel as though you are on top of the world. Snowmobiling to the top of Cottonwood Pass near Buena Vista, Colorado, brings you to the Continental Divide. Here, the snow on one side of the pass  melts to the Atlantic Ocean and the other side, snow melts to the Pacific Ocean. It’s such an amazing  feeling, being placed at 12,000ft, seeing numerous 14,000ft peaks surrounding you and all with little effort in the winter months on a snowmobile tour.

 

In the summer months, many travellers drive this pass (half paved and half gravel) to cross the Continental Divide, see the sights and access the Gunnison Valley from Buena Vista Colorado. Over the winter, Cottonwood Pass is closed to vehicle traffic and miles of snowfilled roads are groomed by a local Buena Vista Snow Drifters Snowmobile Club.

 

No matter what your snowmobile experience is, there’s access and terrain to suit most outdoor enthusiasts. Groomed roads over Cottonwood Pass to Taylor Park and beyond  provde consistent and smooth trails for a day exploring. From those groomed roads, snowmobilers seeking more excitement can  access unlimited unmarked, untracked terrain on National Forrest.

 

Colorado snowmobiling has some of the best terrain in the Nation because of its beautiful mountain landscape and high, dry snowfall. Exploring the Continental Divide on snowmobile is ian nvigorating and breathtaking experience. There’s no better way to spend a Colorado winter day than on a snowmobile, exploring the vast and unique terrain.

 

 


 

Snowmobiling Cottonwood Pass In Colorado

 

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SNOWMOBILING TRAILHEADS 

   

St. Elmo Trailhead 

11 Miles from the resort  

Cottonwood Pass Trailhead    

21 Miles from the resort  

Marshall Pass Trailhead   

27 Miles from the resort

 

 

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Exclusive Discounts

719-395-2447 (ext. #333)

 

All Season Adventures Inc.
7345 Highway 50
Salida, CO 81201

1-888-530-0651

 

www.allseasonrentals.com

 

 

 

 

 

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This activity is an extreme test of a person’s physical and mental limits and carries with it the potential for death, serious injury and property loss. The risks include, but are not limited to: actions of other people including, but not limited to, participants; lack of hydration, weather, and/or other natural conditions. Princeton Holdings, LLC DBA Mt. Princeton Hot Springs Resort is not liable for any injury, property loss, damage, death, etc occurring do to any activity outlined by any information sheet. Guest is participating in any activity on their own merit with no liability to the Mt. Princeton Hot Springs Resort or its agents.

 

 

 

 

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