Travel in the United States: Fall Colors Along the Colorado Trail Through Kenosha Pass
This big, blue planet we call home is full of wonderment and adventure. Natural beauty surrounds us and at any given fork in the road lies surprises, the unexplained, the undiscovered.
The Colorado Trail runs 500 miles through the Rocky Mountains. This amazing hiking trail has some of the most scenic views of the state, especially in the fall. As it passes through Kenosha Pass, the trail winds its way through a tapestry of color as you make your way past groves of aspen trees and stands of pines. As the trail gains elevation expect views of Mount Evans, one of the state’s 58 peaks above 14,000 feet (otherwise known as a 14er). Although a little more monochromatic than fall in New England, Colorado gets a spectacular display of yellow during this time of year!