Pass Bagger is a term for those that cross mountain passes to experience the best scenery and curvy roads. Every year since we moved to Colorado in 1984 I’ve kept track of mountain passes that randy ripple’ve bagged traveling by car, 4WD vehicle, motorcycle, bicycle, or on foot as a way to judge whether or not we really toured the mountains like we want to. Click on thumbnails to see larger images. These count toward the BMWMCC Pass Bagger awards.
These DO NOT COUNT toward the BMWMCC Pass Bagger awards. April 2015 issue of Colorado Life Magazine. June 2018 issue of Colorado Life Magazine. US-50, part of the Lincoln Highway. From “The Passes of Colorado” by Ed and Gloria Helmuth: “We have chosen to define a pass as the point used to cross a ridge that divides two watersheds. Divide” and “saddle” are other descriptive words sometimes used to identify passes.