Eastern Mojave Vegetation Frying Pan Road, Pitkin and Eagle Counties, and White River National Forest, Colorado  

Tom Schweich  

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 From Basalt upstream along the Fryingpan River to Hagerman Pass. In the case of the road, “Frying Pan” is written as two words. Also known as White River Forest Road 105 over much of its route.



Hagerman Pass



Ivanhoe Lake


Other articles:
• Colorado Trans-Basin Water Transfer:   Busk-Ivanhoe Tunnel;

Locations: Lyle Creek.  

Cross Lyle Creek.


Coke Oven State Wildlife Area

  Junction: Forest Road 105.3

Other articles:
• Forest Road 505:   at FR 105;  

Junction: Forest Road 505 “Nast Tunnel Diversion Road”









  White River National Forest above




Junction: Midland Avenue, continue southwest to Colorado State Highway 82, below

Other articles:
• CO-82:   in Basalt;  

Junction: Colorado State Highway 82, generally northwest to Glenwood Springs, or southeast to Aspen.




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  A list of all literature cited by this web site can be found in the Bibliography.
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Date and time this article was prepared: 11/28/2020 10:03:58 AM