This route climbs 1.3 miles before reaching a historic cabin ruin and the boundary of Colorado State Forest State Park. Half a mile further is the pass itself, offering spectacular views of the region. The trail is in a sub-alpine area with large sub-alpine fir and Engelmann spruce.
- Out & Back
- Dog Friendly
Zimmerman Lake trailhead accommodates approximately 55 vehicles.
At the boundary line between Roosevelt National Forest and Colorado State Forest State Park there are the remains of a historic log cabin that was built around 1900.
From here there are magnificent views of North Park to the west, Neota Wilderness to the south, and Rawah Wilderness to the north.