The Town of Alma in Park County stakes claim to the highest incorporated town in North America at 10,578. With a town population of just 275, Alma is a small community with lots of history dating back to the late 1800s with the discovery of gold, and several old mining claims are still operational in the local mountains.

Today, many locals commute to work in Summit County, driving the Hoosier Pass, which sits on the boundary between Park and Summit. At an elevation of 11,542 feet above sea level, it’s one of the highest mountain roads of Colorado.

Like other mountain towns, there is a great deal of outdoor fun to be had. In fact, there are five 14ers that rise above the town: Sherman (14,007), Bross (14,172 feet), Lincoln (14,286 feet), Democrat (14,148 feet), and Cameron (14,238 feet).

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