Old Fall River Road
Opened in 1920, Old Fall River Road earned the distinction of being the first auto route in Rocky Mountain National Park offering access to the park's high country. Primarily gravel, one-way uphill and punctuated by switchbacks, slower-paced, 11-mile-long. The old road quietly leads travelers from Horseshoe Park (a short distance west of the Fall River Entrance) through the park's wilderness to Fall River Pass, 11,796 feet above sea level. Bikers are offered the special privilege in early summer to ride this road before it's opened to motor vehicles.
--excerpts from nps.gov
East end of road by Endo Valley Picnic area.
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This trail was added on by an RMBB member and was last updated on 5/13/2010 by an RMBB member.
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