cDOT Webcams of major Colorado Highways and Passes
Driving in Colorado can be dangerous, especially in bad weather. It's best to check the weather and view webcams of any passes that your route includes. Below are links to cDOT webcams of major passes in Colorado. Being prepared and planning your Colorado road trip is your best path to success.
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Eisenhower Tunnel - I-70
All Eisenhower Tunnel Webcams views
The Eisenhower Tunnel (west bore), and Johnson Memorial Tunnel (east bore) (map), is one of the highest vehicular tunnels in the world. It is the longest (1.7 miles) mountain tunnel and the highest point (11,158’) on the Interstate Highway System. In Colorado, it provides major access to the western slope of the Continental Divide.
Fremont Pass - Hwy 91
All Fremont Pass cDOT Webcam views. Fremont Pass, Hwy 91 (map), travels north/south between Copper Mountain and Leadville and tops out at 11,318’.
Hoosier Pass - Hwy 9
All Hoosier Pass cDOT Webcam views - Hwy 9. Hoosier Pass travels north/south along Hwy 9 (map) between Breckenridge and Fairplay, Colorado. Hoosier Pass tops out at 11,542’.
Loveland Pass - US-6
All Loveland Pass cDOT Webcam Views. US 6 or Loveland Pass (map) connects to I-70 just before the east side of the Eisenhower Tunnel and loops back into I-70 through Dillon. This high mountain pass tops out at 11,990’ and accesses 3 major ski resorts. Loveland Ski Area is at the intersection just east of Eisenhower Tunnel. Arapahoe Basin Ski Resort is towards the top of the pass, and Keystone Resort is closer to Dillon.
Silverthorne - US-6, Hwy 9, at I-70
Silverthorne, the intersection of I-70, US 6, and Hwy 9, cDOT Webcam Views. The Silverthorne junction at I-70, US 6, and Hwy 9 is a major mountain crossroads. Travel in any direction from Silverthorne to access many Colorado Resorts.
Vail Pass - I-70
All Vail Pass cDOT Webcam views.
Vail Pass is a section of I-70 (map) that travels east/west between Copper Mountain and Vail Colorado. The pass tops out at 10,662 and is traversed by I-70.
Rabbit Ears Pass - US 40
All views of Rabbit Ears Pass cDOT Webcam Views. US 40 (map) travels east of Steamboat Springs and climbs over Rabbit Ears Pass, topping out at 9,426’.
Cameron Pass -Poudre Canyon - Hwy 14
All cDOT Webcam views of Poudre Canyon. Poudre Canyon or Hwy 14 (map) is accessed north of Fort Collins and travels west, crossing Cameron Pass at 10,276’. Hwy 14 has a junction at Walden but continues on in a southwest direction. Eventually, ends at an intersection with Hwy 40 just east of Rabbit Ears Pass. This route is a shortcut between Steamboat and Fort Collins in good traveling conditions.
Ouray Pass - Red Mountain Pass - Hwy 550
All Red Mountain Pass cDOT Webcam views. Otherwise known as the Million dollar highway, this section of Hwy 550 (map) travels north/south and connects Ridgeway and Silverton, Colorado. A formidable mountain pass that tops out at 11,018’. It is a section of the popular scenic byway the San Juan Skyway.
Monarch Pass - US 50
All Monarch Pass cDOT Webcam views. A section of US 50 (map) runs east/west between Gunnison and Salida, Colorado. Monarch Pass is a section of this route, which tops out at 11,312’. Monarch Ski Area is towards the top of this pass.
Wolf Creek Pass - US 160
All views Wolf Creek Pass. US Highway 160 (map) runs north/south between Del Norte and Pagosa Springs. A section of this route is Wolf Creek Pass which tops out at 10,869’. Wolf Creek Ski Resort is towards the top of the pass.
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