Antelope Pass  
Maps:        
USGS 7.5' Map: Hinman Reservoir and Gunsight Pass
Statistics:
Difficulty: Number: Miles: Altitude: Obstacles: Time:
Easy 2 Cnty 25 7.20 7,899 ft. NA 0.5 hours
County: Grand
Adopted by:      
Managed by: Grand County 308 Byers Ave., P.O. Box 264
Hot Sulphur Springs, CO 80451
(970)725-3347
Summary: Antelope Pass is a low pass northeast of Wolford Mountain north of Kremmling. It is in a sand a sage brush area on BLM managed lands.
Attractions: Views of Little Wolford Mountain
Seasonal
Closure:


Best Time: June - Best
July - Best
August - Best
September - Best
October - May have early snow
Trail Heads
Accessed:

Camping: Not a good place to camp, very open.
Base Camp: Not a good place to base camp.
Fall Colors: Poor - Area is low sage lands.
Navigation: To start from the north end, from Kremmling head west on US-40 West/Park Ave toward 5th Street. Continue to follow US-40 West for 10.6 miles. Turn right onto County Hwy 26 and go 0.5 miles. Turn right onto County Hwy 25. There will be a kiosk with information. Continue south east on County Hwy 25 for 1.3 miles. You will be entering BLM public lands. Continue on County Hwy 25 to reach Antelope Pass.

To Start from the south end, from Kremmling head east on Park Ave toward 6th Street for 1.1 miles. Turn left onto 22nd Street and go 1.0 mile to County Hwy 22. Continue on County Hwy 22 for 4.9 miles. Turn left onto County Hwy 25. There will be a kiosk with information. Continue on County Hwy 25 to reach Antelope Pass.
History:  
Description:
Antelope Pass is a low pass to the north east of Little Wolford Mountain. The road leaves County Rd 26 near an information kiosk and heads southeast along the edge of Wolford Mountain Reservoir. As you come closer to Little Wolford Mountain the road will drop down into and cross Hay Gulch then climb up out of the gulch and head out into the open sage area. You will come to Antelope Pass at an intersection with a spur road. There is not marker.

Continue on the main road heading toward Little Wolford Mountain. The road will drop down into a shallow gulch and then climb around to top out at a large intersection. Take the left turn to head out to County Rd 22.
Data updated: January 9, 2014        4WD Road driven: September 2, 2013        Copyright 4X4Explore.com - 2000-2014