WARNING: Outside of a dog, this could be the most fun you have today. Inside of a dog, it's a bloody mess. (Sincere apologies to Groucho Marx). I've created a Google Earth Map of many Colorado Passes. So far, I have 146 different passes mapped. I've divided them into two types:1) Paved Roads (62 passes), and 2) Unpaved Roads (84 passes). <GEEK>The master map file is stored on my server. I may update it in the future with additional passes, such as 4WD or trail only passes. All you need to do is follow the instructions below and you will automatically get the added passes, when they are added.</GEEK> Anyway, here are the simple, management-proof instructions: 1) Get and Install Google Earth. (Not Google Maps). 2) Download Colorado Passes. (Should automatically open inside Google Earth). To get your fingers wet, so to speak, after you've successfully opened the "Colorado Passes" within "Google Earth", try this (within Google Earth): 1) In the map area, click on any pass, so you see the white bubble. In the bubble, click on "To here". 2) Again in the map area, click on another pass so you see the white bubble. In the bubble, click on "From here". 3) Look at the cool turn-by-turn map. 4) In the left pane, under the turn-by-turn directions, click the little "Play Tour" button (looks like a small right-arrow). Happy Google Earth-ing... .