4 miles of hard surface with gravel starting at 15.8 miles. Don't speed on 285. See elk heard and buffalo at upper Turkey Creek before the round about.
Spectacular high vistas and some gravel the closer you get to the reservoir, this seasonally closed road known locally as the Cottonwood Pass is fun so long as it's not been raining (then it can be muddy), very nice and scenic in any case.
A nice ride along the front range. Lots of open spaces. Its a easy ride. Not a canyon carving route.
The old road for crossing the divide, the stretch includes the Loveland pass, a dramatic climb with lots of curves. Amazing scenery and great fun.
Very scenic with numerous good corner combinations.
Curvy stretch that can be quite hazardous if busy.
Some good curves, nice environment and good places to stop, nice ride.
Nice corners, great scenery but road surface patchy in places.
Fun, scenic route that starts off at Pine and takes you through Buffale Creek, Deckers, Westcreek, Raibow Falls and finally ends up in Woodland Park.
Scenic views and a twisty road through a national park, what more could one ask for? :-)