Mount Sneffels Wilderness
The Mount Sneffels Wilderness is a wilderness area in southwest Colorado managed by the Uncompahgre National Forest. It is about 5 miles (8. 0 km) west of the town of Ouray. The area is named for Mt. Sneffels, which at 14,150 feet (4,310 m) is a prominent fourteener in the San Juan Mountains. The word “Sneffels” is likely an Americanization of the Old Norse word for Snæfell “snow mountain,” which is also the namesake of the Snæfellsnes peninsula and Snæfellsjökull volcano in Iceland.
|Blue Lakes Trailhead (3.3 miles)|
San Sophia Overlook (5.9 miles)
San Juan National Forest (32.8 miles)
Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park (39.8 miles)
Mesa Verde National Park (66.2 miles)
|Three Lakes Loop Trailhead (69.6 miles)|
Crested Butte Mountain Resort (78.8 miles)
Church Rock (Utah) (80.1 miles)
Maroon Bells (87.6 miles)
Maroon Lake Trailhead (90.7 miles)
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Mount Sneffels Wilderness, Telluride
Telluride, Colorado 81435
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