Peak to Peak Scenic and Historic Byway
The Peak to Peak Scenic and Historic Byway is a State and Nationally designated byway. It runs from Estes Park at its north end to Black Hawk at the south end, traversing ridges and valleys of the Front Range. Highlights include scenic vistas of the Continental Divide and many historic mine sites of Boulder, Larimer and Gilpin counties. The Peak to Peak Scenic Byway passes through Allenspark, Ward, Nederland, and Rollinsville, in addition to some smaller communities along the way.
The free Boulder Ranger District Motor Vehicle Use Map displays National Forest System (NFS) routes open to motorized travel and is available online.
At a Glance
|Street-legal vehicles only.
|Available in communities with services
|Available at select trailheads, picnic areas and communities along the way
Go west on any of the following canyons: Colorado Highway 6 (Clear Creek Canyon), Colorado Highway 46 (Golden Gate Canyon), Colorado Highway 72 (Coal Creek Canyon), Colorado Highway 119 (Boulder Creek Canyon), Colorado Highway 7 (South Saint Vrain Canyon), or US Highway 36 (North Saint Vrain) to access various sections of the scenic byway.
Map showing recreational areas. Map Information