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Tag Archives: Engineer Pass
Okay, well more like 45 minutes, but due to the miracle of modern video editing software (CyberLink PowerDirector), we make that more like 4 minutes. Yep, you get the entire trip. Now I must point out that I was on … Continue reading
I made it to within a hundred yards of Engineer Pass today. I’m amazed the roads are open this early in the season! We’re at least a month early in terms of road openings. Engineer Pass Road itself (Ouray County … Continue reading
Whew, what a wild ride I had today! My goal was simply to see how far up toward Yankee Boy Basin I could get. The answer: all the way! The road is open up to the Forest Service restroom (usually … Continue reading
John Fischer got in touch with me a few months back. He’s an avid reader of this blog and hoped we’d be able to ride together while he was out here for vacation. We did just that! John hails from … Continue reading
The most direct route from Ouray to Engineer Pass is to travel a few miles south of Ouray on US Hwy 550, then turn left onto County Road 18. I am pleased to report that this route is open and … Continue reading