Black Bear Pass in Colorado connects highway 550 to Telluride, at one point reaching nearly 13,000 feet in elevation. It’s a classic 4×4 trail and not one for the faint of heart. While much of it isn’t too dicey, there are sections near Bridalveil Falls that get downright puckering. A solid slip and a tumble and it’s a loooooong way down. At least the view would be nice as you cartwheeled to your doom.
Does this bulldozer driver, employed by the county, mind? Dunno, but that side slip at 28 seconds had us leaning back toward the mountain for safety.