Seven Lakes Pass


Seven Lakes Pass - El Paso County - Colorado - 11,050 feet
Ruxton Creek to north. Middle Beaver Creek to south.

West of Colorado Springs on land owned by Colorado Springs Water Department.
not accessible


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Notes from Karst: Today we tried to find a way to Seven Lakes Pass and Blizzard Pass. From Gold Camp Road we went north on Road 376. As the attached track shows we had to turn around at a big, solid Colorado Springs Utilities gate. Apparently there have been discussions for years in the Colorado Springs council to open up this area, but in May 2012 it is still closed. They have only been at it for 2 years, so it may take another decade or so.




Recognized in "The Passes of Colorado, An Encylopedia of Watershed Divides" by Ed Helmuth & Gloria Helmuth.
Is not included in United States Board on Geographic Names.


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2013-15 Randy Bishop
Last modified: January 11, 2015