As of 5-10-2012: It was a 270 mile day, I took dirt roads out there even an ATV trail. I hit it once with Paul on a scouting mission for a Brecktreck. I did not know where I was till I hit it FR237 on my GPS and a ATV trail in reality, but once you get down the steep hill a sign on a 4x4 road portion says closed (hence why it was not used on Brecktrek. For Paul: Someone is maintaining it though as trees were sawed up, however there is a new route. Don't ask, I'm not posting directions as its unclear what this is...even a nice fence with cattle crossing ATV width installed *shrug* The first switch back to head up Mosquito Pass, you see a little snow. That pipe has gone wild and needs ripped out. Very far left is your line to take right up next to the bush/ledge. Well there is the mine...so close I'm at 12,023 or so feet per the GPS: This laid ahead of me: Oh and I did try and cross it after this picture, I fell through the snow as its like a cave with water running under it...LOL No I did not get a picture. Seeing as I'm to take it easy per the Doctors orders one pickup was enough for the day. So I headed down and then out to get gas and hit Georgia Pass. Weather was getting a little dark and cold...LOL I was only in my summer gear. However you all will like to know Georgia Pass is open to the top from US285 and amazingly it was easy to get there, you can and people have done this in 4x4's: However (sorry forgot to get a picture) the ways down have HUGE drifts. So Pablo83 you want to hit it going down? I then headed home, just took 77 down to US24 over to Woodland Park and Mt Herman back. Other then the gas stop and photo stops my first real stop was Mt Herman Rd and FR315....by that point I knew I should drink and eat something. Pretty good endurance day.