PONCHA SPRINGS, Colo. - U.S. Highway 285 over Poncha Pass reopened to traffic on Wednesday morning with a warning.
The Colorado State Patrol told drivers to watch for falling rocks and other debris.
Poncha Pass, US285, has reopened. Please be vigilant while traveling in the area of falling rocks and other debris.— CSP Alamosa (@CSP_Alamosa) July 16, 2014
State troopers closed a six mile stretch of the highway Tuesday night after two cars were hit.
The Colorado State Patrol said no injuries were reported.
CDOT crews worked overnight to clear the mudslides across the highway.