Uneva Pass Trail
The Gore Range is named after the Irish baronet Sir St. George Gore, who hunted in the Rockies between 1854 and 1857 and explored the range of mountains that today bears his name. He reportedly killed 2000 buffalo in nearby Middle Park and hundreds of other animals. Gore Range is famous for its sharp ridges and the solitude its rugged terrain offers. The centerpiece of this area is the Eagles Nest Wilderness, where leash regulations for your dog apply. The Gore Range Trail leads north into the wilderness and the terrain ranges from easy to difficult.
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Directions to: Uneva Pass Trailprint directions
Trail Statistics & Information
|Elevation Gain||2,200 ft|
|Duration||9 to 10 hours|
|Season||Best June to October|
|Trailhead Elevation||9,700 ft|
|Top Elevation||11,900 ft|
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