Alpine Loop Back Country Byway

HARD 6 reviews

Alpine Loop Back Country Byway is a 73.6 mile loop trail located near Silverton, Colorado that features a lake and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for off road driving and is accessible from July until October.

73.6 miles 9786 feet Loop

off road driving

forest

lake

views

muddy

rocky

snow

off road driving
2 months ago

Sketchy in some spots but a lot of fun! 4x4 a must!

8 months ago

Stunning views. It was a bit more difficult that I had bargained for but manageable. Long stretches of shelf road and some rock obstacles when I drove it. Much more difficult thank Yankee Boy Basin or Alta Lakes. You can avoid the harder stretches by avoiding the section that goes to Ouray. Advise airing down.

Beautiful Alpine basins.

1 year ago

scenic driving
2 years ago

Awesome drive.

off road driving
3 years ago

Jeeped it. Make sure you are in a proper 4WD vehicle like a Jeep or ATV.

off road driving
3 years ago

Scenic trip from Sliverton/Ouray to Lake City. We started in Silverton, to Animas Forks, then over Engineer Pass, down to Lake City. Returned via Cinnamon Pass to Animas Forks, and then back to Silverton. Lots of high mountain scenery, and mining ruins.