352 / Argentine Pass

Argentine Pass, elevation of 4.034m (13,234ft), is one of the highest roads of Colorado. It’s a narrow, very steep and loaded with hairpin turns rough 4×4 road. High clearance 4×4 vehicles only. Over-sized vehicles are not advised. The route is extremely rocky and
gets very narrow at the top. The road to the summit is very steep. Starting at Guanella Pass Road (County Road 381), the ascent is 12.71km (7.9 miles) long. Over this distance the elevation gain is 1.126 meters. The average gradient is 8.85%. The drive offers stunning views and there’s plenty of parking at the top. Don’t miss Santiago Mine and Ghost Town. Fantastic views to both sides of the Continental Divide. Grays & Torreys Peaks are visible to the north. After enjoying the view, return the way you came, and enjoy the fun and fast ride back. Great views of Peru Creek looking down from the top. Spectacular views are enjoyed from both sides of the Continental Divide upon reaching the summit of Argentine Pass.
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