Argentine Pass

HARD 3 reviews
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Argentine Pass is a 4.8 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Dillon, Colorado that features a river and is rated as difficult. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.

4.8 miles 2073 feet Out & Back



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Directions from Silverthorne: Travel east on U.S. Highway 6 past Keystone, turn right onto Montezuma Road,FDR 5. Follow this road for 4.6 miles, turn left onto Peru Creek Road. Follow the dirt road for 5 miles to the base of an old mine (Shoe Basin Mine). Park at the Argentine Trail Parking Area and walk 0.3 miles up the road to the trailhead on the right.

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This was a first 13ner it is straight forward. There is an obvious trail that climbs up under Argentine to a saddle. You can climb to Edwards to the left of the saddle or hike to Argentine. To trail from the saddle to the peak was not mark at all. So we to the level where the actual Argentine peek begins. It was super windy but no storms to dodge. We saw about 8 people the whole time. Began around 8 am and finished the trail at 2. Might have been faster if it was not for the crazy wind.