Ute Pass Trail in the Pikes Peak Region of Colorado
Description: The Ute Pass is a mountain pass west of Colorado Springs. U.S. Highway 24 cuts through the Ute Pass
The Ute Pass Trail runs along the north side of Pikes Peak. It was believed to have first been a buffalo trail then beginning in the 1860's the Ute Pass Trail became a wagon road. The Ute Indians also used the trail to travel through the Ute Pass.
You can now travel along this historic trail by hiking, biking, running or horseback riding. The trailhead is located near the Pikes Peak Cog Railway parking lot.
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Video: View a video of Ute Pass Trail at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VTn013BBEIY
This trail is on POCKET PALS Trail Map #5 of the Pikes Peak Region series. The other trails on this trail map include; Bob's Road, Heizer, Barr Trail, Trail 329, Trail 638, Trail 671, Trail 703, Trail 706 and Water Pipe.