- 19.45 miles (31 km)
- 30-45 minutes
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Carlsbad Southern California
Temecula Valley Southern California Wine Country
Lake Havasu City Western Arizona
Lake Havasu City
Newport Beach Southern California
Sonoma County Wine Country
Visalia Sequoia and King's Canyon National Parks
Costa Mesa Southern California
Carmel-By-The-Sea Monterey Peninsula
Yosemite/Mariposa County Yosemite National Park Area
Oceanside Southern California
Visit Buena Park Southern California
Visit Buena Park
Santa Rosa Sonoma County
Catalina Island Southern California
Vallejo Bay Area
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- New Mexico
The Mt. Rose Highway (SR-431) rises in dramatic fashion from the sage-covered foothills of the Truckee Meadows, topping the Carson Range of the Sierra Nevada Mountains at 8,911 feet. The Mt. Rose Highway is the highest all-season pass in the Sierras. Near its summit the highway cuts through beautiful, high alpine Tahoe Meadows, a favorite recreation area for local residents. The highway then descends through pine forests, finally joining Highway 28 at Incline Village on the north shore of Lake Tahoe.
Incredible views and vistas abound from almost every section of the highway. The route offers access to the 28,000-acre Mt. Rose Wilderness Area, the popular Tahoe Rim Trail, Mt. Rose Ski Resort, Diamond Peak Cross-Country Ski Resort, Galena Creek County Park, USFS summit campground and numerous trailheads.