Would it be a good idea to use GRE over IPSEC for this solution - you could then run a dynamic routing protocol over the VPN and have this automatically install the correct route in the routing table when the primary goes down.
I am not an expert at this, but it may be worth looking into,
You can use either option, dynamic routing over GRE over IPSec or the static routes you listed. The dynamic routing option is more... dynamic If you want to keep it simple, you can use your suggestion where the 4500's in the diagram have a primary static route across the intranet link and a floating static route pointing to the ASA. As long the ASA is setup to send this traffic over the backup VPN, you're set.
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