Tincup Pass was our second trail for the day. We all couldn't believe how many dirt bikes, ATVs and UTVs we were seeing around the town of St. Elmo and down Tincup Pass.
We started at the St. Elmo side. We went up Tincup Pass for a few miles and saw a nice camp spot by a creek. We stopped at the camp spot for lunch. As we had lunch, it looked like hundreds of other people were on the Tincup Pass trail, going in both directions.
After lunch we made our way up to Tincup Pass. The Pass was not hard at all, just very rocky and rough. When we got to the top of Tincup Pass, we stopped and walked around and looked at the mountain views. There were many people at the top of Tincup Pass.
After our small break, we went on our way down Tincup Pass to Mirror Lake. The trail was easy going with a lot of small rocks to bounce over. We had a Jeep in front of us that would not go faster then three miles an hour and would not pull to the side to let us pass. Just the ATVs and dirt bikes could drive around him. So it took a very long time to get to the town of Tincup.
When we got to the town of Tincup we headed over to Cottonwood Pass.
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