Wolf Creek Pass straddles the Continental Divide between two of the largest intact wilderness areas in the Southern Rockies – the Weminuche and South San Juan wildernesses. Wolf Creek Pass is a critical constriction for movement of species dependent on high-elevation habitats and deep snowpack, including lynx and wolverine. Our goal is maintain the its function as a connectivity corridor as climate change shifts mountain habitats towards higher elevations in the Southern Rockies. Read more here.

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