DENVER, Colo. — With the end of summer rapidly approaching, there are only a few weeks left to complete your summer camping bucket list. Nestled in between the historic Georgetown and the town of Grant is Guanella Pass.
This scenic byway is famous not only for its views of Mount Evans or Mount Logan, but also its camping and hiking opportunities. It is also great drive for leaf peepers. As fall and the cold weather move in, Guanella Pass is the perfect way to enjoy the remaining days of summer in the Rocky Mountains.
There is no shortage of places to set up camp across Guanella Pass but for late season camping you’ll have to use dispersed sites since reservation-based campgrounds close early September.
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