Check out a top-of-the-line Polaris Slingshot from Rock Pirates and strap in for an unforgettable ride along the San Juan Scenic Byway, commonly referred to as “Million Dollar Highway.” This highway was cut from the side of a mountain and built in the late 1880’s as a part of the San Juan Skyway, traveling through Silverton, Ouray, Telluride, Dolores, Durango and back to Silverton. For 25 miles, the “Million Dollar Highway” climbs up to three high mountain passes including Coal Banks Pass, 10,640 feet, Molas Pass, 10,970 feet, and Red Mountain Pass, 11,018 feet. As guests are surrounded by mountains and lush trees in every direction, they will pass by historic mining villages and picturesque mountain towns. Noted as one of the nation’s most spectacular drives, the “Million Dollar Highway” is a must-see destination. Grab your camera and hold on tight as you climb to insane heights and capture one of the most jaw-dropping photographs will you ever take.Print Itinerary
In order to drive a Polaris Slingshot, guests must know how to operate a stick shift.
All participants must wear helmet and eye protection. Drivers must be 25 years of age or older specific state regulations may supercede guidelines, please confirm with the local outfitter.
WHAT TO BRING
Rock Pirates recommends that guests bring a sweater, jacket and sunglasses.
SAFETY & SUSTAINABILITY
Polaris Adventures focuses on the safety of every rider, from vehicle overviews & training before every ride to a modern check out process, our outfitters are there to make sure you have a safe, memorable, adventure.View our commitment to safety