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SLVOverland: Two Pass Tour

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SLVOverland: Two Pass Tour

Two Pass Tour - A two-day event including Medano Primitive Road and Blowout Pass. Overnight camping at The Colorado Farm Brewery with catering by Gosar Sausage Food Truck.
  • START DATE

    Saturday, October 03, 2020

    10:30 AM Mountain Time (US & Canada)
    10:00 Hrs GMT -7:00
  • END DATE

    Sunday, October 04, 2020

    01:00 PM Mountain Time (US & Canada)
    13:00 Hrs GMT -7:00
  • OVERLAND BOUND REGION

    US Rocky Mountain

  • EVENT TYPE

    Trip

  • DIFFICULTY

    4 MODERATE

Terrain Type

  • Dirt Road
  • Highway
  • Mud
  • Sand
  • Snow

Recommended

  • 4WD
  • Off Road Tires

Channel

Channel Channel Value
  • GMRS 18

Rally Point Notes:

Please refer to Two Pass Tour Itinerary pdf file attached for all Rally Point details.

Rally Point 1 - Saturday Rendezvous for Medano Primitive Road

Rally Point 2 - Colorado Farm Brewery

Rally Point 3 - Final staging area after Blowout Pass

We're unsure of the exact mileage for the entire trip, but total drive time -- from first Rally Point to the final staging area the second day -- will be about 6-7 hours total, for both days; mileage entered represents a rough estimate.

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SLV Overland

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  • Monte Vista, CO, USA
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  • 10/28/17

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Neal A. Tew

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Neal TewPueblo West, CO Member since 20 Mar 2018

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  • Start Point: Co Rd 559, Westcliffe, CO 81252, USA GPS Coordinates: 37.86257, -105.40902 Notes: Final staging area after Blowout Pass.
  • WayPoint 1: The Colorado Farm Brewery, Alamosa, CO, USA GPS Coordinates: 37.39999, -106.001 Notes:
  • End Point: 14473 US-160, Del Norte, CO 81132, USA GPS Coordinates: 37.67896, -106.3615 Notes:

This rally point location and route can be downloaded if the buttons are active. The “Launch Google Earth" option will allow you to review the location in 3D. Please keep in mind, actual terrain may vary greatly. This should be used for reference only.

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