I parked my car on Tolland Road and ran with the goal of just turning around when I got tired. Once I crested the Continental Divide and was heading down to Winter Park however, I became a little nervous since I hadn't taken any water or food. I started somewhere around 8500ft and passed a sign that read 11600ft then ran down the other side another bit. It was cool to see (what used to be called) the Summit Express ski lift come out of nowhere (since I didn't know where I was it literally came out of nowhere). I used to work on that lift way back in another life. I could see all the ski runs that I had spent a million hours skiing and biking on. I made it back to the car still not feeling any fatigue. I won't be mapping the distance of this run and I didn't wear a watch. But who cares really, the views were spectacular and I felt good.
And after a little map looking I see that ran over Rogers Pass at 11800ft. Here is a picture looking back at where I ran to get where I was which is where the picture is taken from.