Moffat (Rollins Pass) Road is a 11.7 mile out and back trail located near Winter Park, Colorado that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and ohv/off road driving and is best used from February until November. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length11.7 miElevation gain1,246 ftRoute typeOut & back
Dogs on leashkid friendlyHikingWalkingohv / off road drivingForestViewswild-flowers
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Note: Currently, the portion of Rollins Pass Road in Grand County is open to recreation and vehicles, but only up to the tunnel. The portion of the road that runs through Gilpin and Boulder Counties has been closed to vehicles.

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Dalton Alvey
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OHV/Off-road drivingGreat!Icy

The trail is very beginner friendly. Not so much with the current snow conditions but overall it’s just bumpy. I would not recommend after a snow like today unless you are confident in your driving and vehicle.

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Long Hong
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Hiking
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Ellie Hoefler
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Hiking

Fun drive! Definitely doable in a stock vehicle with 4WD or AWD and a little clearance. Mostly dirt path that gets very mildly rocky, great for beginners. The trail map on the app is definitely misleading! Keep going past the end of the marked trail for a few more miles to reach some amazing views and really great hiking. The "trail head" is just where the paved part of the road ends off of the highway.

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Jacob Harberts
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OHV/Off-road drivingGreat!

Really great views, easy with a 4x4. Prepare for significant temperature change, especially if you plan to hike at the top.

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Rhett Turner
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OHV/Off-road drivingGreat!Rocky

Easy 4x4 off-roading.

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Jordan Elliott
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Hiking

Easy hike along gravel road. Not spectacular views but ok. Trails the connect to the road are impassable because of storm damage and downed trees.

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Kim Sciarratta
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Hiking

Epic views!

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Baxter Family
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zach mayo
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Matt Dietiker
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OHV/Off-road drivingGreat!Rocky

Great trail for just about any vehicle that has some clearance. We had a rental Jeep Compass that had no issues making it all the way to Rollins Pass. Never needed 4WD. Saw several stock vehicles going up and down the trail. Just take it slow.

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Tom Blau
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HikingRockyWashed out
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Kevin Reynen
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Closed

Road Closed posted (including pedestrians) at Arrow Trail. There is a very large backhoe in the road past the first turn. Not sure if they are paving further up for more houses or just repairing the dirt road. No indication how long it will be closed either.

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Eddie Burke
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HikingSnow

The road was almost perfect.... maybe a couple of weeks into July for all of the snow to clear. Right before you get to the top, the snow completely covers the road. You can still make it to the first lake no problem. Love this trail!

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James Lang
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HikingClosed

Closed cause of the Covid Lie.

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Kelsey Prince
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HikingIcyMuddySnow

Do not attempt to drive up this trail while there is snow! We are in a 4WD Jeep. We got stuck half way there, decided to turn around, and got stuck 3 more times on the way down. Eventually we needed a wench because we started to slide off the pass. Not a great day of vacation. However, the views are great.

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Matt Dozois
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OHV/Off-road drivingRockySnow

10/19. trail conditions are still good did it in a high clearance SUV. made it 3/4 of the way in 2wd and then switched to 4hi. at no point did I feel the need for 4wd but it was engaged for peace of mind once nearing the summit. at summit there were some deeper piles of snow but nothing an AWD or 4x4 couldn't easily traverse.

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Shelly C
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OHV/Off-road drivingRockySnow

Rocky, easy to navigate. You could probably make it up this trail with an AWD but I certainly wouldn't take a normal sedan. The weather was great, nice views, not crowded. There was some snow on the road but it provided a little cushion in the rocks.

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Cordelia Hershey
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Hiking

Pleasant hike above tree line. Rough road getting there, honestly amazed our 15 passenger van made it. Hard breathing for low landers, but trail a good mix of short ups, level and gradual downs. Got chased to car by 2p thunderstorm. Enjoyable hike at high elevation, wildflowers, snow fields and pikas.

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Adam Boscoe
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Sergei Volkov
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OHV/Off-road driving

Drove VW Touareg TDI (all-terrain tires) up to the end of Boulder Wagon trail. Great trail, amazing views. Definitely you will need 4x4 SUV with decent clearance and all-terrain or light track tires.

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T Allens
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Hiking

Very easy trail, views from the top totally worth the bumpy ride. Plan for 2hrs up and back from Winter Park.

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OHV/Off-road driving

We drove up in our Lexus RX350. We’ve been on 4wd roads many times, this one was annoying due to some deep ruts and puddles and lots of rocks. Not technical driving at all, just takes a long time (took us 90 minutes to get up to Corona Lake). Obviously don’t take a low clearance non-4wd car up here (we saw several minivans and sedans turn back around).

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