East of Telluride and west of Ouray, the Imogene Pass Road (aka CR K68 or Tomboy Road) is open to unlicensed OHVs. It is open in the west from the intersection with the Marshall Creek route to the eastern terminus at the County border. Overall, the route is 18 miles from Telluride to Ouray, with steep, loose slopes on the way to the 13,114 foot pass.

The route starts in the west near Telluride at 9,000 feet and climbs to over 13,000 feet.

Note: Colorado residents must register their off-highway vehicle with the Colorado State Parks (303) 866-3437. Non-residents are not required to register in Colorado, if they are registered in their home states. All off-highway vehicles must have an approved muffler and spark arrester. These requirements are subject to change so make sure to contact the Colorado State Parks prior to using your off-highway vehicle. Also, liability insurance is required for all unlicensed motor vehicles in Ouray, San Juan, San Miguel and Hinsdale counties. A valid drivers license is required for all operators in San Juan, San Miguel and Hinsdale counties.

Imogene Pass Road OHV Driving Map



Local Contact(s):  Uncompahgre National Forest (970) 240-5141; CO Visitors (800) COLORADO.

Recommended Book:  "Guide To Colorado 4WD Trails" from Charles Welss

Recommended Map:  "Trail Map For Telluride, Silverton, Ouray" from Trails Illustrated

Best Season:  Jul. - Sep.

Average Difficulty:  Difficult

Base Camp:  Hot Springs Inn, Ouray (800) 706-7790; Wiesbaden Hot Springs Lodge (970) 325-4347

Luxury Loding:  Beaumont Hotel, Ouray (970) 325-7000; Ouray Hotel (970) 325-0500; Wiesbaden Hot Springs Lodge (970) 325-4347

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Date Updated:  7/5/2016

Imogene Pass Road OHV Driving Map


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