Independence Pass Recreation
Independence Pass offers a wide variety of recreational opportunities for the outdoor adventurist. Cycling, climbing, camping, hiking and fishing are common pastimes in the area. Visitors to the area should note that the altitude and terrain are very challenging and impact your body in many ways. When participating in outdoor recreation, consider several variables and plan accordingly. Following are some tips for safely enjoying Colorado and Independence Pass recreation.
Independence Pass is host to dozens of hiking trails, campgrounds, streams and climbs. For more information on recreational opportunities, contact the Division of Wildlife at 970.947.2920, the Aspen Ranger District at 970.925.3445, or the White River National Forest at 970.945.2521. For additional sources of information associated with recreation please see the Independence Pass Related Links page of this Web site.