Argentine Pass, Colorado is an “in / out” trail in the Central Colorado Rockies. The term “pass” is a bit misleading since you don’t actual go over the pass but only to the top. Due to the high altitude this location is only accessible during mid June until late September. It all depends on how much snow dropped that winter.
There are views in all four directions, with the Eastern and Southern views being more “rolling tundra” and the Western views showcasing rocky mountain peaks with lush valleys below. This four direction viewing makes for good photographs both sunrise and sunset. Even mid-day photos are pretty good since you can point the camera away from the harsher light and still find great landscape.
The area is thick with wildflowers during the late summer months which keeps the local critters there as well. You will find pika nesting in the rocks, which in turn bring in a number of raptor species. Occasionally you may even spot some mountain goats feeding on the hillsides.