|United States Highway #40 : Kremmling
||Community of Kremmling, Colorado
|County Highway 33 : Reservoir
||County Highway 33, Kenny Barger Ditch, County Highway #39, Community of Troublesome, Colorado, Williams Fork Reservoir,
|Trough Road : Gore Canyon
||Trough Road / County Road 1, to, Gore Canyon,
|Heeney Road 30 : White River National Forest
||Heeney Road 30, White River National Forest, Green Mountain Reservoir Marina, Heeney, Colorado, a small rural town in northern Summit County, Colorado, situated on the hillside along the west side of Green Mountain Reservoir, in the valley of the Blue River,
|Green Mountain Reservoir
||Green Mountain Reservoir, Cow Creek Campground, a recreational spot for boating and fishing, located in White River National Forest,
|Heeney Road 30 : A Loop
||Heeney Road 30, A loop runs through Heeney, Colorado, around the Green Mountain Reservoir before connecting again with State Highway #9,
|Ute Pass Road : Reservoir
||Ute Pass Road to Ute Creek Reservoir, East Branch Reservoir,
|Co Rd 1450/State Creek Road
||County Road 1450 /State Creek Road, Community of State Creek, Colorado,
|Co Road 2400/2401 : Creek
||County Road 2400 / 2401, Acorn Creek, in White River National Forest,
|Willowbrook Road : Silverthorne, CO
||Willowbrook Road, Community of Silverthorne, Colorado, Blue River Ranch Lakes, a picturesque mountainous area within White River National Forest,
||Junction United States Highway #6 / Interstate Highway #70, The Town of Silverthorne, Colorado, a Home Rule Municipality, the most populous town in Summit County, Colorado. Blue River flows from through Silverthorne, Colorado from the Dillon Dam nearby. Dillon, Colorado, a town in Summit County, Colorado, located on the northern shore of Dillon Reservoir within White River National Forest.
||Junction I-70/U.S.Route #6, This is where State Route #9 ends overlapping and turns southwest to the shores of Dillon Reservoir,
|Main Street : Frisco, CO
||Main Street, Frisco, Colorado, a city in Summit County, Colorado, lies between Interstate Highway #70 and State Route #9, on Frisco Bay, the southwestern shore of Dillon Reservoir, It is a popular town among skiers from around the world. Four major ski resorts are located in close proximity to Frisco, Colorado: Copper Mountain, Breckenridge, Keystone, and Arapahoe Basin. Summit County Rescue Group, St. Anthonys Summit Medical Center,
|County Rd 1/Swan Mountain Road
|Gateway Road : Gold Hill, CO
||Gateway Road, Sherwood Trail Road, Community of Gold Hill, Colorado,
|Main Street : Brackenridge, CO
||Main Street, Breckenridge, Colorado. During winter, the ski resort in historic Breckenridge is a summer and winter vacationers paradise, with multi-difficulty ski slopes on the Rocky Mountains. In the summer, Breckenridge is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts for its white water rafting, hiking trails, alpine slides, fly-fishing in the Blue River, boating in nearby Lake Dillon, wildflowers, and mountain biking. The Breckenridge Festival of Film, established in 1981, is held in Breckenridge, as well as an annual 4th of July parade.
|Co Rd 3/Ski Hill Rd: Brackenridge Ski Resort, CO
||Co Rd 3/Ski Hill Rd, Breckenridge Ski Resort, a ski resort located in Summit County, Colorado near the town of Breckenridge, Colorado.
|Wagon Road : Goose Pasture Tarn
||Wagon Road, Indian Creek Road, Goose Pasture Tarn, Boreas Pass Road, Baldy Mountain, lie nearby, Boreas Pass, a high mountain pass in the Rocky Mountains of central Colorado,
|Spruce Creek Road :Lakes
||Spruce Creek Road, Spruce Trail to Mohawk Lake, Lower Crystal Lake, Spruce Creek drainage and Fatheir Dyer Mountain, Mayflower Lake, Mohawk Lake, Lower Mohawk Lake, a Waterfall is located near the Lower Mohawk Lake, lying in a scenic beautiful setting surrounded by Rocky Mountains within White River National Forest,
|Blue River Road : Blue River, CO
||Blue River Road, Coronet Drive, Blue River. Colorado, a town, in Summit County, Colorado,
|Blue Lakes Road : Blue Lakes
||Blue Lakes Road, Quandry Trails, to Quandry Peak, McCullough Gulch Falls, McCullough Gulch Skiing Area, Blue Lakes, Cristo Couloir, Quandary Peak, a couloir located in White River National Forest, stretches from the Blue Lake Dam to the summit of Quandary Peak. It is a popular ski mountaineering descent in the spring climbing season. Quandary Peak, a fourteener in the US state of Colorado and the highest peak in the Tenmile Range, lies within the Arapaho National Forest about 6 miles south-southwest of the town of Breckenridge, Colorado.
|County Rd 2 : Hoosier Pass
||County Road 2, Hoosier Pass, a high mountain pass in the Rocky Mountains of central Colorado. The Hoosier Pass is traversed by State Highway #9 between the towns of Breckenridge, Colorado and Fairplay, Colorado. The highway over the pass provides an alternative route from Denver to the ski areas near Breckenridge and Keystone. Crystal Lake,
|Co Rd 4 : Reservoir
||County Road 4, Montgomery Reservoir, Pv32, to, Wheeler Lake, located in San Isabel National Forest/Pike National Forest,
|Co Rd 4 : Mount Bross
||County Road 4, Crest Drive, Mount Bross, a fourteener (a mountain taller than 14,000 feet) in Colorado, located approximately 1 mile south of Mount Lincoln in the Mosquito Range. Alma Windy Ridge on Mount Bross. Mount Lincoln is also a fourteener in Colorado, located in the Mosquito Range,
|Co Rd 8 : Alma, CO
||County Road 8 / Buckskin Street, Alma, Colorado, a historic Town located in Park County, Colorado, At an elevation of approximately 10,578 feet (3,224 m), it is the second highest incorporated municipality in the United States.
|Co. Rd 12 : Mosquito Pass
||County Road 12, Mosquito Pass Road, Mosquito Pass, a high mountain pass in the Mosquito Range of central Colorado, it is traversable only on foot or with a proper four-wheel drive vehicle. It is typically passable only during summer months. Oliver Twist Lake,
|Glacier Ridge Road : Alma Junction, CO
||Glacier Ridge Road, Alma Junction, Colorado, a community located in Park County, Colorado, south of Alma along State Highway #9. Columbia Number 1 Ditch, lies nearby.
|Co Rd 3 : Fairplay, CO
||County Road 3, Fairplay, Colorado, a town in Park County, Colorado, The Town was a historic gold mining settlement, The northern extension of Front Street along the river has been preserved and has become the site of relocated historic structures as an open air museum called South Park City,
|Junction U.S.Route #285 : Redhill Pass
||Junction U.S.Route #285, State Route #9 briefly overlaps on the United States Highway #285 at Fairplay, Colorado. Red Hill Pass, a high mountain pass in the Rocky Mountains of central Colorado. The Pass traversed by U.S. Highway #285 northeast of Fairplay, Colorado.
|County RD 7
||County Road 7, Trout Creek Ranch Road, Red Hill Road,
|Co Rd 24 : Garo, CO
||County Road 24, Garo, Colorado, a settlement in South Park, located in Park County, Colorado. The Town is now abandoned.
|Junction U.S.Route #24
||Junction United States Highway #24, State Highway #9 briefly overlaps on U.S.Route #24 before departing towards Canon City, Colorado.
|Valley Drive: Hartsel, CO
||Valley Drive, County Road 439/Elm Street, Hartsel, Colorado, a town located in Park County, Colorado,
|Camanche Road: Balfour, CO
||Camanche Road, Cahokia Road, Community of Balfour, Colorado,
|Gulch Road : Reservoir
||Gulch Road, Spinney Mountain Access Road, Spinney Mountain State Park, Spinney Mountain Reservoir, located northeast off State Highway #9,
|Black Mountain Road : Elevenmile State Park
||Black Mountain, County Road 116, Elevenmile State Park, a State park located northeast of here within Pike National Forest, Elevenmile State Park comprises Elevenmile Canyon Reservoir, Elevenmile State Recreation Area,
|Access to Volcanic Area
||Access Road to, The Thirtynine Mile volcanic area, Central Colorado volcanic field, an extinct volcanic area located in Park and Teller counties, Colorado, The field also contains the Guffey volcanic center.
|County Road 102
||County Road 102, Guffey, Colorado, a town located in Park County, Colorado, Park County Public Library,
|High Park Road/Co Rd 11
||High Park Road / County Road 11, Cap Rock Road, King Meadows Ranch,
|Junction U.S.Route #50
||Junction U.S.Route #50, northwest of Canon City, Colorado, north of Royal Gorge Bridge, a tourist attraction near Canon City, Colorado, within a theme park. The bridge deck hangs 955 feet (291 m) above the Arkansas River. This is where Colorado State Highway #9 ends (its southeastern terminus). Pueblo Community College is nearby along the U.s.Route #50.