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Are you looking for the best (CO) Colorado trails to explore? If you love taking your ATV, dirt bike or 4X4 vehicle off road and want to spend hours or even days exploring the back country then you’ve come to the right place.

This state offers outdoor adventurers an almost endless an supply of every type of trail imaginable from dirt and gravel roads accessible by most stock vehicles to extreme obstacles requiring a high clearance 4x4 vehicle.

More than one-third of this state is owned by the public and available for public use. In addition to the vast amount of public land available there are private off road parks open to 4x4 vehicles, ATV’s, UTV’s, side by sides as well as motocross dirt bikes.

With so much of Colorado to explore, what are you waiting for? Go find a trail and start your next adventure!

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Alpine Loop Trail

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Vehicle Types: 4x4 - UTV - ATV - Dirt Bike

Description: The Alpine Loop is a group of Colorado trails comprised of a series of dirt and gravel county roads that ascend high mountain passes that connect the towns of Ouray, Lake City, Silverton, and Telluride. This area has a rich mining history and is in nestled in the midst of some of Colorado’s most well known 14,000 foot peaks.

Popular Area Trails: Engineer Pass (CR20, FR878), Cinnamon Pass (CR30), California Gulch, Picayune Gulch, Poughkeepsie Gulch (FR876), Corkscrew Gulch (FR886), Minnie Gulch, Maggie Gulch, American Basin, Stony Pass, Wager Gulch (Trail 821), Ophir Pass, Black Bear Pass (FR829), Imogene Pass, Yankee Boy Basin

Located Near These Regional Cities: Pandora, Durango, Cortez, Pagosa Springs, Montrose, Gunnison


Argentine Pass

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Vehicle Types: 4x4 - UTV - ATV - Dirt Bike

Description: The Colorado trails that branch out from Guanella Pass Road are rocky and very narrow in many places. At over 13,000 feet high the top of McClellan Mountain provides breathtaking views and offers a great vantage point to observe Santiago and Waldorf mines. The mines are privately held, so please stay out of the old buildings.

Popular Area Trails: Argentine Pass Trail, McClellan Mountain Trail

Located Near These Regional Cities: Denver, Aurora, Boulder, Golden, Glenwood Springs, Breckenridge, Vail, Aspen


Bangs Canyon

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Vehicle Types: 4x4 - UTV - ATV - Dirt Bike

Description: Bangs Canyon is a recreation area southwest of Grand Junction near the Colorado National Monument. These Colorado trails offer adventurers magnificent views back over the valley. The trail system offers trails ranging from easy to extreme. This recreation area is home of the Billings extreme 4x4 trail which will challenge the skill of even the most experienced off road trail adventures. The Billings extreme 4x4 trail is only open to full-size 4WD vehicles.

Popular Area Trails: Billings Extreme 4x4 Trail

Located Near These Regional Cities: Grand Junction, Glenwood Springs, Clifton, Delta, Montrose, Pandora, Rifle


Bocco Mountain

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Vehicle Types: Dirt Bike, Motocross

Description: Bocco Mountain riding area is located North of Wolcott, CO just off of I-70. These Colorado trails offers fantastic scenery and challenging terrain for those riders who are looking for a challenge. This popular riding area has over 18 miles of single-track trails open to dirt bike as well as non-motorized recreation. Roads are 2-tracked and open to all vehicles. Some trails are one-way so use caution and watch for non-motorized traffic. Bocco Mountain is closed to motorized use December 1st through April 30th.

Located Near These Regional Cities: Wolcott, Vail, Boulder, Steamboat Springs, Carbondale, Grand Junction, Aspen, Denver


Bonanza OHV

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Vehicle Types: 4x4 - UTV - ATV - Dirt Bike

Description: Bonanza is rich in mining history with many full access routes leading past remnants of old Colorado mining operations and the towns that supported them. The main draw to this area are the Colorado trails, history and scenic views. The La Garita trail system is nearby and winds to the south. This area offers days of potential riding adventure.

Popular Area Trails: La Garita ATV trail system

Located Near These Regional Cities: Salida, Canon City, Pueblo, Gunnison, Buena Vista, Monte Vista


Bunce School Road

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Vehicle Types: 4x4 - UTV - ATV - Dirt Bike

Description: Bunce School Road is a unique set of Colorado trails west of Longmont that provides adventurers many different routes that can make for a full day of riding. This area is rich with history and offers visitors great camping and interesting stops along the way. Points of interest include the historic Bunce School building and a T33-A plane crash dating back to 1965. The Ironclads route offers experienced off roaders more challenges.

Popular Area Trails: Kingston Peak (FR353), St. Mary's Glacier Road, FS739, Sheridan Hill, York Gulch, Hamberlin Gulch, Cumberland Gulch, FS768, Washoe Gulch, FS 772, FS 175.3D, Miners Gulch, Yankee Hill, Ninety Four, Rainbow Road, Spring Creek

Located Near These Regional Cities: Denver, Estes Park, Boulder, Longmont, Golden, Westminster, Fort Colins, Aurora


Cannibal Plateau

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Vehicle Types: ATV - Dirt Bike

Description: This scenic loop of Colorado trails located east of Lake City provides great riding through the timber and open meadows of southwest central Colorado. Close camping access and the bordering Powderhorn Wilderness make this single-track and ATV route a scenic adventure for riders.

Located Near These Regional Cities: Durango, Pagosa Springs, Pandora, Gunnison, Lake City


Captain Jacks Trail

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Vehicle Types: Dirt Bike

Description: Located just southwest of Colorado Spring these popular Colorado trails for dirt bike enthusiasts feature winding and rolling terrain leading into the Pike National Forest. This is a dual-use trail so please use caution as mountain bikers, hikers and other outdoor enthusiasts frequent this trail. If you are in Colorado Springs this a great destination to visit for an afternoon or day long Colorado trail ride.

Located Near These Regional Cities: Colorado Springs, Woodland Park, Pikes Peak, Cripple Creek, Manitou


Caribou Flats

Vehicle Types: 4x4 - UTV - ATV - Dirt Bike

GPS: N40 00.356 W105 33.677
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Caribou Flats Full View Google Map

Directions: From Nederland head west on 2nd Street where it turns into Caribou St/CO-72 W. Continue to follow CO-72/Peak to Peak Hwy approximately 6.8 miles to Co Rd 116. Turn west on Co Rd 116 and follow approx 4.2 miles to Forest Service Road 505.

Phone Number: Boulder Ranger District 303-541-2500, Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests and Pawnee National Grassland 970-295-6700

Description: Caribou Flats is located just a short easy drive west of Bounder. These Colorado trails offer a mix of easy to moderate for off road enthusiasts to enjoy. Caribou Flats offers great areas to explore along the trail such as the historic town Caribou.

Located Near These Regional Cities: Denver, Aurora, Granby, Kremmling, Estes Park, Thorton, Lakewood

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Central City / Saint Marys Network

Vehicle Types: 4x4 - UTV - ATV - Dirt Bike

GPS: N39 45.138 W105 33.197
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Directions: From Idaho Springs merge onto I-70 westbound at 13th Avenue. Continue approximately 1.9 miles to exit 238 toward Fall River Rd.

Phone Number: Clear Creek Ranger District 303-567-3000, Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests and Pawnee National Grassland 970-295-6700

Description: This large system of Colorado trails stretches north out of Idaho Springs and offers amazing high-mountain access. Areas to explore include the breathtaking Saint Marys Glacier and Chinns Lake. The many great climbs include Kingston Peak and Yankee Hill.

Popular Area Trails: Kingston Peak (FR353), St. Mary's Glacier Road, FS739, Sheridan Hill, York Gulch, Hamberlin Gulch, Cumberland Gulch, FS768, Washoe Gulch, FS 772, FS 175.3D, Miners Gulch, Yankee Hill, Ninety Four, Rainbow Road, Spring Creek

Located Near These Regional Cities: Denver, Aurora, Idaho Spring, Golden, Lakewood, Evergreen

Kingston Peak YouTube Video

St. Mary's Glacier YouTube Video

Yankee Hill YouTube Video


Church Park / Blue Ridge

Vehicle Types: 4x4 - UTV - ATV - Dirt Bike

GPS: N39 57.330 W105 49.184
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Directions: From Fraser head east on Eisenhower Drive approximately 0.1 miles to US-40 W / Zerex Street. Turn north on US-40 W / Zerex Street and continue approximately 0.7 to CR 5.

Phone Number: Sulphur Ranger District 970-887-4100, Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests and Pawnee National Grassland 970-295-6700

Description: These Colorado trails are not very difficult and are perfect for the less experienced off road enthusiast to access the roads in the mountains outside of Frasier. Try these trails early or late in the season when snow and wet conditions which adds to the difficulty level and offers more of a challenge. There is great camping access and overall these Colorado trails are a nice place for a weekend getaway.

Popular Area Trails: FS 139, Cook Creek Rd, Ptarmigan Peak, Little Muddy Creek, Tipperary Creek, Rocky Point Rd

Located Near These Regional Cities: Denver, Aurora, Idaho Spring, Golden, Granby, Silverthorne, Frisco, Breckenridge

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Crooked Creek Pass

Vehicle Types: 4x4 - UTV - ATV - Dirt Bike

GPS: N39 25.699 W106 39.442
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Crooked Creek Pass Full View Google Map

Directions: To find these Colorado trails from the town of Eagle proceed south from Grand Ave on Capitol St. At 7th St Capitol St will turn into Brush Creek Rd. Follow Brush Creek Rd. and stay left at the fork. If you cross Founder Ave. you missed the turn. From the fork go approximately 1.4 miles where Brush Creek Rd will become Brush Creek Rd/ Old Brush Creek Rd. Continue on Brush Creek Rd/Old Brush Creek Rd approx 16.3 miles. At this point take a slight left to stay on Brush Creek Rd / Eagle-Thomasville Rd and follow approx 4.7 miles to trail access.

Phone Number: Sopris Ranger District 970-963-2266, White River National Forest 970-945-2521

Description: The drive from the town of Eagle to the trail head for Crooked Creek Pass on Brush Creek Rd can be a bit adventurous in wet weather. The route is scenic and fun to ride on dual-sport bikes or an ATV, however these Colorado trails are suitable for all vehicle types.

Located Near These Regional Cities: Glenwood Springs, Breckenridge, Leadville, Aspen, Carbondale, Edwards, Gypsum, Eagle

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Del Norte

Vehicle Types: UTV - ATV - Dirt Bike

GPS: +37° 32' 51.61", -106° 30' 10.81"
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Del Norte Full View Google Map

Directions: From Del Norte proceed west out of town on Grand Ave/US-160 W from Oak St. approximately 0.5 miles to Pinos Rd. Continue on Co Rd 14 / Pinos Creek Rd approximately 13.8 miles to trail access.

Phone Number: Divide Ranger District 719-657-3321, Rio Grande National Forest 719-852-5941

Description: The Del Norte trail system stretches southwest out of the town of Del Norte and connects many great ATV and single-track trails. These moderately challenging Colorado trails reach high into the mountains providing spectacular views of the mountains of southern Colorado.

Located Near These Regional Cities: Monte Vista, Del Norte, Alamosa, Pagosa Springs

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Dry Creek

Vehicle Types: 4x4 - UTV - ATV - Dirt Bike

GPS: N38 30.886 W108 00.646
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Directions: To access these Colorado trails from Montrose proceed southwest on CO-90 W / W Main St approximately 1.9 miles from Townsend Ave where it will turn into Spring Creek Rd. Continue on Spring Creek Rd approximately 4.2 miles to 5875 Rd. Turn north on 5875 Rd and follow approximately 3.1 miles to Kiowa Rd. Turn west on Kiowa Rd and continue approx 0.8 miles to Shavano Valley Rd. Turn south onto Shavano Valley Rd and follow approximately 0.2 miles to Rim Rd. Turn west onto Rim Rd to access trail. There is a staging area on the left side of road.

Phone Number: Uncompahgre Field Office 970-240-5300

Description: These Colorado trails offer a mix of terrain suitable for all types of 4x4 and off road vehicle adventures including dirt bikes and ATV’s. The Dry Creek trail area is nestled in the middle of the Uncompahgre Plateau and offers visitors breathtaking views of the San Juan Mountains to the south. This area is also close to a number of extreme off road trails such as Scratch and Dent, Die Trying, and Cactus.

Popular Area Trails: Scratch and Dent, Cactus, Die Trying, Calamity, Topless

Located Near These Regional Cities: Grand Junction, Durango, Delta, Montrose, Pandora, Cortez

Dry Creek YouTube Video

Die Trying YouTube Video

Calamity Canyon YouTube Video


East Rollins Pass / Jenny Creek

Vehicle Types: 4x4 - UTV - ATV - Dirt Bike

GPS: N39 54.307 W105 37.858
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East Rollins Pass Full View Google Map

Directions: To find these Colorado Trails from Boulder take Boulder Canyon Drive / Highway 119 South through Nederland to Rollinsville. Turn right on to Rollins Pass Road (CR16) and proceed West for 7.6 miles.

From Golden take Highway 93 north toward Boulder. Turn left on to Golden Gate Canyon Road / Highway 46. Take Highway 46 west then turn right on to Highway 119. Take Highway 119 north to Rollinsville. Turn left on to Rollins Pass Road (CR16) and proceed West for 7.6 miles.

The trailhead is marked by a Moffat Road historical marker and a Carsonite post for FDR 149.

Phone Number: Boulder Ranger District 303-541-2500, Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests and Pawnee National Grassland 970-295-6700

Description: These Colorado trails follow the historic road over the Continental Divide was the original Hill Route of the Denver, Northwestern, and Pacific Railway built by David H. Moffat in 1903. The road starts a few miles outside the town of Rollinsville and reaches an elevation of 11,660 feet before coming to a dead end on the east side of Rollins Pass at the closed Needle Eye Tunnel.

The East Rollins Pass road is an easy (2 out of 10) maintained Forest Service gravel road. The road provides many scenic views of the lakes and the mountains in the area as well as access to the historical Needle Eye tunnel. The Needle Eye tunnel is closed to all traffic.

Mile description for these Colorado trails is listed below.

0.0 Start. Trailhead is marked by a Moffat Road historical marker and a Carsonite post for FDR 149.

5.5 FS 502 exits to the right to the Jenny Creek Trail. Stay left on FDR 149.

9.4 FS 808 exits to the right to the Jenny Creek Trail. Stay left on FDR 149 and curve around Yankee Doodle Lake.

10.1 FS 148 exits to the right. This short spur leads to a small parking area next to Jenny Lake.

12.0 End of Road. If desired, you can park here along the side of the road and hike the remaining 1/2 mile to Needle Eye Tunnel. Otherwise, turn around here and proceed back down the mountain.

Popular Area Trails: East Rollins Pass (aka Moffat Road) (FDR 149), Jenny Creek (FS 502 / FS 808), Jenny Lake Spur (FS 148)

Located Near These Regional Cities: Denver, Boulder, Golden, Idaho Springs, Ken Caryl, Lone Tree, Berthoud, Wellington

Rollis Pass YouTube Video

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Ellis Trail

Vehicle Types: 4x4 - UTV - ATV - Dirt Bike

GPS: N40 53.523 W106 54.752
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Ellis Trail Full View Google Map

Directions: To find these Colorado trails from Steamboat Springs proceed northwest out of town on Lincoln Ave. Continue for approximately 1.8 miles to Co Rd 129/Elk River Rd. Turn north on Co Rd 129/Elk River Rd and continue for approximately 29.7 miles to Fsh 505/US Forest Service Rd 550. Turn east on Fsh 505/US Forest Service Rd 550 and follow for approximately 3.7 miles to Forest Service Rd 409, turn south to access trails.

Phone Number: Hahns Peak/Bears Ears Ranger District 970-870-2299, Routt National Forest 307-745-2300

Description: The Ellis Trail is a well established popular off road trail for ATV and Dirt Bike riders in northern Colorado. These Colorado trails offer off road adventures terrific scenery and provides some challenge for every skill level of rider. The nearby Ellis Jeep Trail (Red Park Road) is a 14 mile long trek for 4X4 vehicles with numerous water obstacles a long the way so plan for a full day of spirited driving.

Popular Area Trails: Ellis, Hare, Big Red Park, Manzanares, Ellis Jeep Trail (Red Park Road)

Located Near These Regional Cities: Steamboat Springs, Craig, Meeker, Walden, Hayden

Ellis Jeep Trail YouTube Video


Flat Top

Vehicle Types: UTV - ATV - Dirt Bike

GPS: N38 31.025 W107 51.237
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Flat Top Full View Google Map

Directions: To find these Colorado trails from Montrose proceed north on 6530 Rd from San Juan Ave approximately 2.5 miles to Flat Top Rd. Turn east at Flat Top Rd and follow approximately 1.5 miles to trail access.

Phone Number: Uncompahgre Field Office 970-240-5300

Description: These Colorado trails are located at the southern end of the 9,700 acre Flat Top - Peach Valley Recreation Area. This popular open area and trail system matches Peach Valley for riding opportunity and offers well over 20 miles of interconnecting single-track trails. This trail system offers visitors enough trails to keep you exploring all day or all weekend.

Popular Area Trails: Peach Valley, Sidewinder

Located Near These Regional Cities: Montrose, Delta, Crested Butte, Grand Junction, Frutia, Gunnison, Pandora, Durango, Cortez

Peach Valley To Flat Top YouTube Video

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Flat Tops / Heat Lake / Deep Lake Trails

Vehicle Types: 4x4 - UTV - ATV - Dirt Bike

GPS: N39 46.068 W107 18.070
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Flat Tops Area Full View Google Map

Directions: To find these Colorado trails from Dotsero proceed north out of town on Colorado River Rd. Follow for approximately 1.7 miles to Coffee Pot Rd / Deep Creek Rd. Turn west on Coffee Pot Rd / Deep Creek Rd and continue approximately 27.1 miles to Co Hwy 143. Turn north on Co Hwy 143 and follow approximately 1.0 mile to trail access.

Phone Number: Eagle Ranger District 970-328-6388, White River National Forest, 970-945-2521

Description: The Flat Tops area is a system of designated primitive forest roads that are accessible to all types of off road 4X4 vehicles ATV and Dirt Bikes including UTV’s.

Located Near These Regional Cities: Glenwood Springs, Carbondale, Gypsum, Eagle, Edwards, Vail, Rifle, Meeker, Craig, Steamboat Springs

Flat Tops YouTube Video


Four Mile Trail System

Vehicle Types: 4x4 - UTV - ATV - Dirt Bike

GPS: N38 52.490 W106 08.605
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Four Mile Trail System Full View Google Map

Directions: To find the northern section of Four Mile Trail System drive north on Colorado Avenue out of Buena Vista which eventually turns into County Road 371. Once you cross the river continue to the intersection of 375 which is right before the tunnels. There are many trail access points along Highway 285 both to the north and south.

To access the Chinamans Gulch and Carnage Canyon routes take Highway 285 North out of Johnsons Corner to County Road 301. Go south to the access road on your left. There is a gate and a BLM sign. Please close the gates after you go through them.

Phone Number: Salida Ranger District 719-539-3591, Pike and San Isabel National Forests and Comanche National Grassland 719-553-1400

Description: These Colorado trails are a multiple-use trail network through the hills to the east of Buena Vista. These trails offer amazing views of the Collegiate Peaks. There are trails available for all vehicle types such as 4X4, ATV, UTV, and Dirt Bike. These trails offer varying difficulty for all skill levels. Designated camping spots are scattered along many of the trail routes.

Popular Area Trails: Carnage Canyon, Chinaman Gulch Loop, Aspen Ridge, Cubb Park, Davis Meadows, Four Mile Creek, Kaufman Ridge, Lenhardy Cut-Off, McGee Gultch, Midland, Mushroom Gultch, Seven Mile Creek, Shields Gultch, Spanish Mill

Located Near These Regional Cities: Buena Vista, Canon City, Salida, Gunnison, Woodland Park, Leadville, Breckenridge, Vail, Crested Butte

Carnage Canyon YouTube Video

Chinaman Gulch YouTube Video

Mushroom Gultch YouTube Video


Grizzly Helena Trail System

Vehicle Types: Dirt Bike

GPS: 40.747704,-106.588427
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Grizzly Helena Trail System Full View Google Map

Directions: From Walden proceed west out of town on CO-125 S / CO-14 W / Main St and follow approximately 0.5 miles to Co Rd 12 W. Turn west onto Co Rd 12 and continue approximately 9.6 miles where Co Rd 12 W will turn to the north and become JCR 12 W. Follow JCR 12 W approximately 2.1 miles to Co Rd 16. Turn south onto Co Rd 16 and follow for approximately 5.1 miles to access these Colorado trails.

Phone Number: Parks Ranger District 970-723-2700, Routt National Forest 307-745-2300

Description: These advanced singletrack Colorado trails are for expert bike riders and require advanced handling skills to negotiate the major stream crossings and the extremely difficult rocky sections. Trails can be accessed at several different trail heads. Going from south to north there are the Grizzly, Rainbow Lakes, Pitchpine, Lone Pine, and Helena trail heads. There are several major stream crossings (Roaring Fork and Norris Creeks are impassable in the spring and early summer and Lone Pine and Bear creeks may be depending upon the weather conditions The single track portion joins in with an ATV trail a few miles north of the Lone Pine area and continues north to the Helena trail head as an ATV trail.

Located Near These Regional Cities: Walden, Steamboat Springs, Craig, Estes Park

Grizzly Helena Trail YouTube Video


Grand Mesa Trails

Vehicle Types: 4x4 - UTV - ATV - Dirt Bike

GPS: N39 03.008 W108 05.359
(Coordinates For Trail Head )

Grand Mesa Trails Full View Google Map

Directions: From Grand Junction take I-70 E about 17 miles. Take exit 49 and proceed south on CO-65 towards Grand Mesa. Continue approximately 33 miles to picnic site at west end of trail system.

Phone Number: Grand Valley Ranger District 970-242-8211, Grand Mesa, Uncompahgre, and Gunnison National Forest 970-874-6600

Description: The Colorado trails east of Grand Junction make up an extensive trail system that stretches into the Grand Mesa National Forest. The Grand Mesa trails have something to offer every off road adventurer with a large variety of trails and beautiful vistas of the surrounding geography.

Located Near These Regional Cities: Grand Junction, Redlands, Clifton, Palisade, Whitewater, Delta, Paonia, Parachute, Fruita

Grand Mesa Trails YouTube Video


Grand Valley OHV Area

Vehicle Types: 4x4 - UTV - ATV - Dirt Bike

GPS: N39 09.200 W108 32.562
(Coordinates For Trail Head )

Grand Valley OHV Area Full View Google Map

Directions: From Grand Junction: Head north on 12th St/27 Rd approx 1.3 miles from Horizon Dr. Turn east on H Rd and follow approx 0.2 miles to 27 1/4 Rd. Turn north on 27 1/4 Rd and follow approx 2.3 miles to trail access.

Phone Number: Grand Junction Field Office 970-244-3000

Description: These Colorado trails consist of an open riding area north of I-70 in Grand Junction. The Grand Valley OHV Area includes a couple of beautiful canyons leading north including Hunter Canyon aka 21 Road. These trails are a popular after-work and weekend riding area for locals. This area is also known as the Grand Valley Off-Highway Vehicle Area.

Located Near These Regional Cities: Grand Junction, Redlands, Clifton, Palisade, Whitewater, Delta, Paonia, Parachute, Fruita

Grand Valley YouTube Video #1

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Groundhog Park

Vehicle Types: UTV - ATV - Dirt Bike

GPS: N37 52.026 W106 35.576
(Coordinates For Trail Head )

Groundhog Park Full View Google Map

Directions: To access these Colorado trails from Del Norte proceed west out of town on Grand Ave / US-160 W from Oak St. approximately 9.0 miles to Co Rd 18. Turn north at Co Rd 18 and follow it about 1.4 miles to Co Rd 15. Turn east on Co Rd 15 and after 0.3 of a mile turn north on Co Rd 65/Fs 650 Rd. Follow Co Rd 65/Fs 650 Rd approximately 3.5 miles to Co Rd 26A. Stay on Co Rd 26A for about 18.1 miles to trail access.

Phone Number: Divide Ranger District 719-657-3321, Rio Grande National Forest 719-852-5941

Description: These Colorado trails are primarily for ATV and single-track vehicles. The Groundhog Park area offers a variety of riding opportunities for more experienced riders. These trails are a link between La Garita trail system to the north and the Del Norte riding area to the south and as such groundhog Park offers access to one of the largest system of trails in the southern part of Colorado.

Located Near These Regional Cities: Monte Vista, Alamosa, Walsenburg, Pagosa Springs, Del Norte, South Fork, Creede

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Gypsum Hill

Vehicle Types: 4x4 - UTV - ATV - Dirt Bike

GPS: N39 39.500 W106 57.364
(Coordinates For Trail Head )

Gypsum Hill Full View Google Map

Directions: From the town of Gypsum proceed north out of town from the railroad tracks on US-6 W where it turns into Trail Gulch Rd as you cross under I-70. Follow Trail Gulch Rd about 1.1 miles to trail access.

Phone Number: Colorado River Valley Field Office 970-876-9000

Description: The Gypsum OHV trails are located just north of the town of Gypsum and offer something for everyone. This route has scenic drives to more difficult 4WD trail routes. These Colorado trails are easily accessible from I-70 and are a great option for someone looking for a quick trip into the mountains.

Located Near These Regional Cities: Gypsum, Glenwood Springs, Eagle, Edwards, Avon, Carbondale, El Jebel, Basalt

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Hagerman Pass

Vehicle Types: 4x4 - UTV - ATV - Dirt Bike

GPS: N39 16.108 W106 25.029
(Coordinates For Trail Head )

Hagerman Pass Full View Google Map

Directions: To access these Colorado trails from Leadville proceed south out of town on Harrison Ave from 9th St. Follow Harrison Ave about 0.5 miles where it will curve into Silver Dr / Front St / US-24 E. Continue about 0.7 miles to McWethy Dr. Turn north on McWethy Dr and follow it about 0.6 miles where it will turn into Co Rd 4 / Turquoise Lake Rd. Follow Co Rd 4 west past Turquoise lake towards Hagerman Pass.

Phone Number: Leadville Ranger District 719-486-0749, Pike and San Isabel National Forests and Comanche National Grassland 719-553-1400

Description: The connecting pass to Ruedi Reservoir from the east of Hagerman Pass is a great drive for all types of off road vehicles. Looking over Turquoise Reservoir, Hagerman Pass is a high mountain pass that is a summer destination and is easily accessed from Leadville.

Located Near These Regional Cities: Leadville, Edwards, Vail, Avon, Breckenridge, Frisco, Buena Vista, Salida

Hagerman Pass YouTube Video #1

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Hahns Peak / Nipple Peak

Vehicle Types: ATV - Dirt Bike

GPS: N40 51.073 W106 59.669
(Coordinates For Trail Head )

Hahns Peak / Nipple Peak Full View Google Map

Directions: To find these Colorado trails from Steamboat Springs proceed northwest out of town on Lincoln Ave and continue about 1.8 miles to Co Rd 129 / Elk River Rd. Turn north onto Co Rd 129 / Elk River Rd and follow for about 28.2 miles to Fsn 488 / Hahn's Peak Lk Rd. Turn west on Fsn 488 / Hahn's Peak Lk Rd and follow 1.3 miles to access trails.

Phone Number: Hahns Peak/Bears Ears Ranger District 970-870-2299, Routt National Forest 307-745-2300

Description: The predominant geographical feature in the Steamboat Lake area is Hahns Peak. The climb to the abandoned fire lookout on the summit of Hahns Peak is a wide road covered in loose lava rock. The Nipple Peak and Prospector trails offer wooded single-track riding with tight turns, narrow tracks, and slippery vegetation. Don't miss out on these Colorado trail if you are in the Steamboat Lake area!

Popular Area Trails: Nipple Peak, Prospector

Located Near These Regional Cities: Steamboat Springs, Craig, Walden, Kremmling, Granby, Silverthorne

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Hardscrabble

Vehicle Types: 4x4 - UTV - ATV - Dirt Bike

GPS: N39 37.478 W106 54.859
(Coordinates For Trail Head )

Hardscrabble Full View Google Map

Directions: To find these Colorado trails from Gypsum proceed south on Valley Rd from US-6 0.4 miles to Cooley Mesa Rd. Turn east on Cooley Mesa Rd and follow about 1.8 miles to Spring Creek Rd. Turn south on Spring Creek Rd and follow 1.0 mile. The trail access is off of Spring Creek Rd.

Phone Number: Colorado River Valley Field Office 970-876-9000

Description: These Colorado trails are located between Gypsum and Eagle south of I-70. Hardscrabble provides a mix of ATV and single-track trails that wind up into the mountains. Although the majority of these trails are easy enough for less experienced riders there are some challenging areas to explore. >br>
Popular Area Trails: Bensons Cabin Road, Lime Creek Road, Mccallister Gulch Road, Peterson Gulch Road, Mill Creek Road, No Name Wurts Ditch Road, Ranch Creek Road, Red And White Mountain Road, Resolution Road, Shrine Pass Road, Wearyman Road

Located Near These Regional Cities: Gypsum, Glenwood Springs, Eagle, Edwards, Avon, Vail, Carbondale, El Jabel, Basalt

Mccallister Gultch Road YouTube Video

Hardscrabble YouTube Video


Hartman Rocks Recreation Area

Vehicle Types: ATV - Dirt Bike

GPS: N38 30.329 W106 56.474
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Hartman Rocks Recreation Area Full View Google Map

Directions: To find these Colorado trails for Gunnison go south on W Airport Rd / Co Rd 38 from US-50. Continue about 2.5 miles. Take the first right after Hartman Rocks Dr to parking area.

Phone Number: Gunnison Field Office 970-641-0471

Description: These Colorado trails are a multi-use recreation area located less than 5 miles from the center of town. Hartman Rocks recreation has over 30 miles of single-track riding. Combined with the closed course track for dirt bikes and ATV’s this area is a wonderful dirt paradise in the southern part of the state. These multi-use trails are shared with bike, horse, and foot traffic so use caution.

Located Near These Regional Cities: Gunnison, Almont, Crested Butte, Montrose, Delta, Aspen, Buena Vista, Salida

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Hayden Pass

Vehicle Types: 4x4 - UTV - ATV - Dirt Bike

GPS: N38 19.733 W105 49.155
(Coordinates For Trail Head )

Hayden Pass Full View Google Map

Directions: To access these Colorado trails proceed southwest out of town on Co Rd 6 / Hayden Creek to access the trail.

Phone Number: Salida Ranger District 719-539-3591, Pike and San Isabel National Forests and Comanche National Grassland 719-553-1400.

Description: These beautiful Colorado trails are classified as moderate and run between Highways 50 and 285 south of Salida. This area offers great camping and beautiful views of the San Isabel and Rio Grande National Forests. Underground springs keep the trail wet in some sections and it can be dangerous when icy early and late in the season.

Popular Area Trails: Hayden Creek - Motorcycle only for 55 miles.

Located Near These Regional Cities: Colorado Springs, Fountain, Pueblo, Canon City, Woodland Park, Salida, Howard, Cotopaxi

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Hermosa Trail System

Vehicle Types: Dirt Bike

GPS: N37 37.978 W107 48.692
(Coordinates For Trail Head )

Hermosa Trail System Full View Google Map

Directions: To find these Colorado trails from Durango head north out of town on N Main Ave / US-550 N about 26.1 miles to Skier Pl. Turn left onto Skier Pl and follow onto Sheol St. Follow Sheol St through the parking lot to Hermosa Park Rd.

Phone Number: Columbine Ranger District 970-884-2512, San Juan National Forest 970-247-4874

Description: The Hermosa Trail System is a great mix of single-track dirt bike trails that offer a great way to explore the hills, streams, and forests in this beautiful part of Colorado. These trails are mostly for intermediate and above riders and offer a full days worth of riding.

Located Near These Regional Cities: Durango, Pagosa Springs, Cortez, Pandora

Hermosa Trail System YouTube Video


Holy Cross

Vehicle Types: 4x4

GPS: N39 28.453 W106 21.727
(Coordinates For Trail Head )

Holy Cross Full View Google Map

Directions: To find these Colorado trails from Avon head South on US-24 about 12 miles. Turn right on Gold Park / Homestake Rd. The trail head is just after the campground.

Phone Number: Holy Cross Ranger District 970-827-5715, White River National Forest 970-945-2521

Description: These Colorado trails are one of the more popular trails in the state. Holy Cross is difficult and offers the hard-core enthusiast breathtaking with every difficult obstacle. Along the trail there are plenty of old mines and the site of the Holy Cross City ghost town.

Popular Area Trails: Holy Cross City Jeep Trail

Located Near These Regional Cities: Leadville, Gypsum, Eagle, Edwards, Avon, Vail, Frisco, Silverthorne, Breckenridge

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Hubbard Mesa Open OHV Area

Vehicle Types: 4x4 - UTV - ATV - Dirt Bike

GPS: N39 34.759 W107 46.337
(Coordinates For Trail Head )

Hubbard Mesa Open OHV Area Full View Google Map

Directions: To find these Colorado trails from Rifle proceed north on Railroad Ave about 1.9 miles from Centennial Pkwy where it will turn into CO-13 N / CO-789 N / Government Rd. Continue on north 1.6 miles to Jqs Trail. Turn northwest onto Jqs Trail for access to trail head.

Phone Number: Colorado River Valley Field Office 970-876-9000

Description: These Colorado trail are new and part of an open OHV area. Conveniently located just north of the city of Rifle off of I-70 these trails offer many different trails to explore. If you own a 4x4, UTV, ATV or Dirt Bike this is a great playground for you to explore in western Colorado.

Located Near These Regional Cities: Rifle, Meeker, Glenwood Springs, Grand Junction, Carbondale, Gypsum, Eagle

Hubbard Mesa Open OHV Area YouTube Video


Kelly Flats

Vehicle Types: 4x4 - UTV - ATV - Dirt Bike

GPS: N40 40.957 W105 28.980
(Coordinates For Trail Head )

Kelly Flats Full View Google Map

Directions: To find these Colorado trails from US-287 and Poudre Canyon Highway 14, head west approximately 25.3 miles until you reach the Kelly Flats Trail Head on the North Side of the Road. It is about 10 miles past the Mishawaka bar and grill.

Phone Number: Canyon Lakes Ranger District 970-95-6700, Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests and Pawnee National Grassland 970-295-6700

Description: Kelly Flats is notorious for Heart Attack Hill which is an extremely steep and rocky climb near the beginning of the trail. These Colorado trails can range from mild to wild with unintentional rollovers and dismounts a real risk. Heart Attack Hill is loose, rocky and steep with some concrete at the steepest part towards the top. The Heart Attack Hill alternate route has several steep sections and is more narrow but only slightly more easy. The remainder of the Kelly Flats Road is easy and very scenic. These trails require moderate to advanced driving or riding skill to travel safely.

Located Near These Regional Cities: Denver, Golden, Boulder, Livermore, Laporte, Fort Collins, Loveland, Windsor

Kelly Flats YouTube Video

Heart Attack Hill Bypass YouTube Video


La Garita Stock Driveway Trail

Vehicle Types: UTV - ATV - Dirt Bike

GPS: N37 50.307 W106 22.587
(Coordinates For Trail Head )

La Garita Full View Google Map

Directions: To find these Colorado trails from La Garita proceed west on Co Rd G from Co Rd 42 and follow about 0.9 miles where it will turn into Co Rd 38A. Follow Co Rd 38A 3.3 miles where it will curve into Co Rd E39. Continue west on Co Rd E39 5.3 miles to trail access.

Phone Number: Saguache Ranger District 719-655-2547, Rio Grande National Forest 719-852-5941

Description: These Colorado trails are located on the eastern end of the Rio Grande National Forest. These trails provide riders a progressive range in difficulty as they ascend into the mountains and reward riders with some of the best places in southern Colorado to enjoy long scenic rides.

Located Near These Regional Cities: Alamosa, Monte Vista, Salida, Pagosa Springs

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Lefthand Canyon OHV Area

Vehicle Types: 4x4 - Dirt Bike

GPS: N40 06.395 W105 19.354
(Coordinates For Trail Head )

Lefthand Canyon Full View Google Map

Directions: To find these Colorado trails from Boulder take US-36 4 miles north. Turn west on Left Hand Canyon Dr. Continue 3.7 miles to trail head on north side of the road. There is a limited parking area for trailers off of Left Hand Canyon Drive.

Phone Number: Boulder Ranger District 303-541-2500, Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests and Pawnee National Grassland 970-295-6700

Description: These Colorado trails are located a few miles northwest of Boulder. This OHV area provides numerous 4x4 and single-track trails with varying degrees of difficulty. The Fireman Hill route takes you up to the ridge summit where you can look back on the Front Range and downtown Boulder.

Popular Area Trails: Lefthand Main, Bauman's Ridge Trail, Castle Gulch Ridge, Cavanaugh's Trail, Fireman Hill, Mother Hill, Saddle Trail East, Saddle Trail Loop, Saddle Trail West, Upper Carnage, Witz's Trail

Located Near These Regional Cities: Boulder, Golden, Denver, Louisville, Broomfield, Longmont, Frederick, Brighton

Bauman's Ridge Trail YouTube Video

Fireman Hill YouTube Video

Upper Carnage YouTube Video


Lizard Head Pass

Vehicle Types: 4x4 - UTV - ATV - Dirt Bike

GPS: N37 48.660 W107 54.487
(Coordinates For Trail Head )

Lizard Head Pass Full View Google Map

Directions: To find these Colorado trails from Telluride proceed west out of town on W Colorado Ave 3.4 miles to CO-145 S. Turn left at CO-145 S and follow 12.0 miles towards towards trail head at top of pass.

Phone Number:Norwood Ranger District 970-327-4261, Grand Mesa, Uncompahgre, and Gunnison National Forest 970-874-6600

Description: This is a great drive for those who are not looking for a technical outing but rather a less-traveled scenic path through the Uncompahgre National Forest. These Colorado trails are suitable for all drivers and vehicle types. This Colorado pass is over 10,000 feet and provides great views of the southern part of the state.

Located Near These Regional Cities: Durango, Pandora, Montrose, Cortez, Pagosa Springs

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Lower Trout Creek

Vehicle Types: UTV - ATV - Dirt Bike

GPS: N38 58.899 W105 06.373
(Coordinates For Trail Head )

Lower Trout Creek Full View Google Map

Directions: To access these Colorado trails from Woodland Park proceed south out of town on Midland Ave / US-24 W 1.2 miles to Co Rd 25 / Tranquil Rd / Trout Creek Rd. Stay on Co Rd 25 / Tranquil Rd / Trout Creek Rd for 2.8 miles to trail head.

Phone Number: Pikes Peak Ranger District 719-636-1602, Pike and San Isabel National Forests and Comanche National Grassland 719-553-1400

Description: These trails Colorado trail traverse the area affected by the 2002 Hayman Burn which was the largest wildfire in Colorado’s history. Many trails were closed during restoration process but have since been reopened and provide great views of the recovering vegetation.

Popular Area Trails: Lower Trout Creek, Corral Creek, Turkey Creek, Northrup Gulch

Located Near These Regional Cities: Woodland Park, Divide, Colorado Springs, Chipita Park, Florissant, Manitou Springs

Lower Trout Creek YouTube Video


Mancos Cortez System

Vehicle Types: UTV - ATV - Dirt Bike

GPS: N37 28.133 W108 11.964
(Coordinates For Trail Head )

Mancos Cortez System Full View Google Map

Directions: To access these Colorado trails from Mancos head north on CO-184 W / N Main St 0.3 miles to Co Rd 42. Turn east on Co Rd 42 and follow it 5.3 miles where it will turn into Rd 561. Continue on Rd 561 4.5 miles to Rd 565 then continue on Rd 565 0.8 miles to trail access.

Phone Number: Dolores Ranger District 970-882-7296, San Juan National Forest 970-247-4874

Description: These Colorado trail through the southern San Juan Mountains provide miles of trails ranging from the scenic Aspen Loop ATV route to the Morrison trail. You will find both single-track and ATV riding trails in the area. Both primitive and non primitive camping is available.

Popular Area Trails: Transfer Recreation Area, Aspen Loop, Chicken Creek

Located Near These Regional Cities: Durango, Cortez, Mancos, Dolores

Aspen Loop YouTube Video

Transfer Trail YouTube Video


McCoy

Vehicle Types: Dirt Bike

GPS: N39 54.848 W106 43.501
(Coordinates For Trail Head )

McCoy Full View Google Map

Directions: To find these Colorado Trails from Wolcott proceed north out of town on CO-131 N and follow 20 miles to trail access.

Phone Number: Colorado River Valley Field Office 970-876-9000

Description: These single-track Colorado trails provide riders a technical, rocky and tight trail experience through the beautiful high-country juniper forests of Colorado. These trails are highly recommended for experienced riders only.

Located Near These Regional Cities: Glenwood Springs, Gypsum, Eagle, Edwards, Vail, Rifle, Meeker, Craig, Steamboat Springs, Breckenridge

McCoy YouTube Video


Medano Pass

Vehicle Types: 4x4 - Dirt Bike

GPS: N37 51.658 W105 24.141
(Coordinates For Trail Head )

Medano Pass Full View Google Map

Directions: To find these Colorado trails from Westcliffe take Hwy 69 south to County Road 559. Take a right and head west. You will enter the San Isabel National Forest at roughly 6.9 miles.

From Walsenburg take Hwy 69 North to County Road 559. Take a left and head west. You will enter the San Isabel National Forest at roughly 6.9 miles.

Phone Number: San Carlos Ranger District 719-269-8500, Pike and San Isabel National Forests and Comanche National Grassland 719-553-1400

Description: The Medano Pass leads from Highway 69 over to the Sand Dunes National Park. Along the pass are numerous primitive camping spots and a number of designated camping spots inside the National Park and Preserve. Only street-legal 4x4 vehicles and licensed dirt bikes are allowed west of the summit On these Colorado trails.

Located Near These Regional Cities: Pueblo, Florence, Canon City, Walsenburg, Trinidad, Alamosa, Monte Vista

Medano Pass YouTube Video


Middle Mountain

Vehicle Types: 4x4 - UTV - ATV - Dirt Bike

GPS: N37 26.728 W107 32.500
(Coordinates For Trail Head )

Middle Mountain Full View Google Map

Directions: To find these trails from Durango take Highway 160 East 14.3 Miles to Bayfield. Turn left on County Road 501. Take CR 501 North 19.3 Miles to Vallecito Lake. Turn left on Middle Mountain Road.

From Pagosa Springs take Highway 160 West 40.4 miles to Bayfield. Turn right on County Road 501. Take CR 501 North 19.3 Miles to Vallecito Lake. Turn left on Middle Mountain Road.

Phone Number: Columbine Ranger District 970-884-2512, San Juan National Forest 970-247-4874

Description: These Colorado trails sit just North of Vallecito Lake and border the Weminuche Wilderness. There are many places to camp along Middle Mountain Road. There are trail opportunities for all types of off road vehicles.

Popular Area Trails: Middle Mountain Road, Runlett Park, Vallecito View, Beri ATV, Beri View

Located Near These Regional Cities: Durango, Silverton, Pagosa Springs, Pandora, Cortez

Middle Mountain YouTube Video


Middle Saint Vrain

Vehicle Types: 4x4 - UTV - ATV - Dirt Bike

GPS: N40 07.790 W105 31.430
(Coordinates For Trail Head )

Middle Saint Vrain Full View Google Map

Directions: To find these Colorado trails from Estes Park proceed south on St. Vrain Ave (CO-7) about 19 miles. Turn right on CO-72, Peak to Peak Highway. Continue about 4 miles. Turn right on to Peaceful Valley Rd. Follow about 1 mile to trail head

From Lyons proceed north on St. Vrain Ave (CO-7) about 14 miles. Turn left on CO-72, Peak to Peak Highway. Continue about 4 miles. Turn right on to Peaceful Valley Rd. Follow about 1 mile to trail head.

From Boulder proceed west on Boulder Canyon Dr (CO-119) about 15 miles. At traffic circle, take 2nd exit onto CO-72 (Peak to Peak Hwy). Continue approx. 17 miles north. Turn left at Peaceful Valley Rd. Follow about 1 mile to trail head.

Phone Number: Boulder Ranger District 303-541-2500, Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests and Pawnee National Grassland 970-295-6700

Description: The Middle Saint Vrain and Coney Creek trails are located close to the Denver metro area and on the edge of the Indian Peaks Wilderness. These challenging 4x4 routes offer big rocks and deep creek crossings which provide many challenges for experienced drivers.

Most people run the difficult Middle Saint Vrain four-wheel drive trail (FDR114) from east to west then connect it with the Coney Creek trail (FDR507) to form an 8.5 mile trip. Either trail can be run as an out and back too.

The Coney Creek water crossing is tough for ATVs and motorcycles due to its depth and length. Motorized vehicles are not permitted to use the boardwalks to cross Coney Creek. The Middle Saint Vrain trailhead has more trailer parking available than at the Coney Creek trailhead.

Both trails are considered intermediate to difficult trails. The Middle Saint Vrain trail rates a 7 out of 10 and the Coney Creek trail rates a 6 out of 10 on the Colorado Association of 4WD Club's rating scale. Both trails are closed from late October through late June or early July.

Popular Area Trails: Coney Creek, Middle Saint Vrain

Located Near These Regional Cities: Estes Park, Granby, Niwot, Erie, Longmont, Denver, Golden, Boulder

Middle Saint Vrain YouTube Video


Moody Hill / Crystal Mountain

Vehicle Types: 4x4 - UTV - ATV - Dirt Bike

GPS:N40 34.263 W105 20.894
(Coordinates For Trail Head )

Moody Hill / Crystal Mountain Full View Google Map

Directions: To find these Colorado trails from Masonville proceed north on County Road 27 (Stove Prairie Road) 11 miles to the fork for Buckhorn Road. Turn left and proceed 1.5 miles to the Moody Hill (513) trail head on the left side of the road. To find these Colorado trails from Fort Collins continue on County Road 54G from US 287 into Laporte. Turn left at County Road 52E (Tobe Miller Lane). Continue on CR52E which turns into Rist Canyon Road for 11 miles. Turn South on CR27 (Stove Prairie Road) and continue 4 miles to the intersection with Buckhorn Road. Turn right and proceed 1.5 miles to the Moody Hill (513) trail head on the left side of the road.

Phone Number: Canyon Lakes Ranger District 970-295-6700, Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests and Pawnee National Grassland 970-295-6700

Description: If you like adventure you’ll love these Colorado trails. Just 200 yards up Moody Hill you’ll encounter the first major obstacle which is a large shelf step that requires a high clearance 4x4. Lockers are required when conditions are wet. Once past the first obstacle the trail becomes less difficult but don’t let your guard down. There are plenty of other rocks, ledges and steps to test drivers and spotters alike. As you near the Crystal Mountain end the trail narrows and the tree are at the edge of the trail. Wider vehicles run the risk of damage from low hanging tree branches. Alternative trail-heads are at the Buckhorn Ranger Station (N40° 34.867' W105° 28.158') and Donner Pass Trail-head (N40° 33.337' W105° 28.3').

Popular Area Trails: Moody Hill, Crystal Mountain, Lookout Mountain (Singletrack), Donner Pass Trail (Singletrack), White Pine Lookout

Located Near These Regional Cities: Fort Collins, Livermore, Loveland, Greeley, Laporte, Wellington, Johnstown

Moody Hill Quarry Obstacle YouTube Video

Dirt Biking Moody Hill YouTube Video

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Mosquito Pass

Vehicle Types: 4x4 - Dirt Bike

GPS: N39 15.370 W106 15.973
(Coordinates For Trail Head )

Mosquito Pass Full View Google Map

Directions: To find these Colorado trails from Leadville proceed east out of town on 7th St from Harrison Ave. Continue 0.7 miles where it will turn into Co Rd 3. Continue on Co Rd 3 0.8 miles to trail access.

Phone Number: Leadville Ranger District 719-486-0749, Pike and San Isabel National Forests and Comanche National Grassland 719-553-1400

Description: These Colorado trails are located just east of Leadville. Mosquito Pass is the highest pass in Colorado open to motorized travel. Although rocky in some areas most stock high-clearance 4x4 vehicles should have no problem with these trails in dry conditions. If you like exploring this is a great summer trail with old mines and mills along the way as well as scenic views over the alpine wilderness.

Popular Area Trails: Mosquito Pass, Weston Pass

Located Near These Regional Cities: Denver, Aurora, Idaho Springs, Breckenridge, Pine, Vail, Ken Caryl, Castle Rock

Mosquito Pass / Dirt Bike YouTube Video

Mosquito Pass 4X4 YouTube Video


North Divide

Vehicle Types: UTV - ATV - Dirt Bike

GPS: N39 00.143 W105 09.841
(Coordinates For Trail Head )

North Divide Full View Google Map

Directions: To find these Colorado trails from Divide proceed north out of town on N Rd / Co Rd 5 / N Manchester Creek Rd. Follow for 4.7 miles to the trail head. There is a slight left after 3.7 miles at Omer Rd to stay on Co Rd 5.

Phone Number: Pikes Peak Ranger District 719-636-1602, Pike and San Isabel National Forests and Comanche National Grassland 719 553-1400

Description: These Colorado trails are popular with ATV and single-track riders in the Woodland Park area. Riders will find miles of moderately difficult trails on North Divide. Plan for several days of riding if you want to explore all of this area. These trails are also close to Rainbow Falls allowing for various riding opportunities nearby.

Popular Area Trails: Rule Ridge, Trail 717 Signal Butte Multi-use, RD 362 Signal Butte, RD 363 Phantom, Rd 364 Manchester

Located Near These Regional Cities: Divide, Lake George, Florissant, Woodland Park

Trail 717 Signal Butte YouTube Video


North Fruita Desert

Vehicle Types: 4x4 - UTV - ATV - Dirt Bike

GPS: N39 15.414 W108 43.048
(Coordinates For Trail Head )

North Fruita Desert Full View Google Map

Directions: To find these Colorado trails from Fruita proceed north on Maple St from US-50. After about 1.0 mile it will turn into 17 1/2 Rd. Continue on 17 1/2 Rd 3.0 miles to N 3/10 Rd. Turn east on N 3/10 Rd and follow 0.5 mile to 18 Rd. Follow 18 Rd 3.2 miles to trail access.

Phone Number: Grand Junction Field Office 970-244-3000

Description: These Colorado trails are a combination of five popular interconnecting trails. The North Fruita Desert contains a mix of single-track and double-track trails ranging in difficulty from easy to moderate. Some trails can gain as much as 2500 feet in elevation. This region is known for very hot temperatures during the summer months so be prepared and bring plenty of water.

Popular Area Trails: Chutes, Edge Loop, Frontside, Prime Cut, Joe's Ridge, Zippity Do Dah, 21 Road, Hunter Canyon

Located Near These Regional Cities: Grand Junction, Fruita, Rifle, Delta, Montrose

North Fruita Desert YouTube Video

21 Road YouTube Video

Hunter Canyon YouTube Video


North Sand Hills Recreation Area

Vehicle Types: 4x4 - UTV - ATV - Dirt Bike

GPS: N40 52.203 W106 12.074
(Coordinates For Trail Head )

North Sand Hills Recreation Area Full View Google Map

Directions: To find these Colorado trails take CO-125 north out of Walden about 11 miles and turn East on JCR-6E. Follow JCR-6E 5 miles until you enter North Sand Hills Special Recreation Area.

Phone Number: Kremmling Field Office 970-724-3000

Description: The North Sand Hills Recreation Area is the only sand OHV area in the state. The dunes can be accessed from most roads in the area. East of the dunes is access to ATV trails on State and Forest Service land. The area has primitive camping and restrooms but no sources of potable water so come prepared.

Located Near These Regional Cities: Steamboat Springs, Craig, Estes Park, Fort Collins

North Sand Hills Recreation Area YouTube Video #1

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North Uncompahgre Plateau

Vehicle Types: 4x4 - UTV - ATV - Dirt Bike

GPS: N38 44.380 W108 37.415
(Coordinates For Trail Head )

North Uncompahgre Plateau Full View Google Map

Directions: To find these Colorado trails from Grand Junction proceed South out of town on US-50. After about 5 miles turn right on CO-141. Continue 14 miles and turn left onto Divide Rd. Continue 10 miles to a fork in the road where a campsite is located at far north end of trail system.

Phone Number: Grand Valley Ranger District 970-242-8211, Grand Mesa, Uncompahgre, and Gunnison National Forest 970-874-6600

Description: The northern part of the extensive Uncompaghre Colorado trails system provides access into the Uncompahgre National Forest. This area contains a large mix of trails for all vehicle types and has something to offer drivers of all skill levels. These Colorado trails are located on the Western Slope of the Rocky Mountains and offers visitors breathtaking scenic views.

Located Near These Regional Cities: Grand Junction, Whitewater, Delta, Redlands, Clifton, Palisade

Uncompahgre Plateau YouTube Video


Old Flowers Road

Vehicle Types: 4x4 - Dirt Bike

GPS: N40 37.962 W105 23.470
(Coordinates For Trail Head )

Old Flowers Road Full View Google Map

Directions: To find these Colorado trails from Masonville take Buckhorn Rd / N Co Rd 27 north out of town roughly 14.4 miles to Old Flowers Road. Turn west at Co Rd 52E / Old Flowers Rd and continue 0.8 miles to fork in the road and stay right to remain on Old Flowers Rd. Continue 2.6 to trail head.

Phone Number: Canyon Lakes Ranger District 970-295-6700, Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests and Pawnee National Grassland 970-295-6700

Description: Old Flowers Road is an easy scenic route located close to Fort Collins that winds through the foothills. A few sections of the trail can be challenging when wet and muddy. The trail finishes onto Pingree Park Road which leads back to Highway 14.

Located Near These Regional Cities: Fort Collins, Hearthfire, Pinecone, Belivue, Woodwest, Glacier View Meadows, Poudre Park

Old Flowers Road YouTube Video


Pawnee Main Draw OHV Area

Vehicle Types: 4x4 - Dirt Bike

GPS: N40 54.177 W104 37.586
(Coordinates For Trail Head )

Pawnee Main Draw OHV Area Full View Google Map

Directions: To find these Colorado trails from Nunn proceed north out of town on US-85 at 4th street and continue 11.7 miles to Co Rd 122. Turn east on Co Rd 122 and continue 8.8 miles to Pawnee Main Draw OHV.

Phone Number: Pawnee National Grassland 970-346-5000, Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests and Pawnee National Grassland 970-295-6700

Description: The Main Draw OHV Area is a sandy shallow canyon within the Pawnee National Grasslands. The open floor of the canyon provides easy riding and exploring opportunities while sand drifts within the canyon provide more challenging riding opportunities.

Located Near These Regional Cities: Fort Collins, Boulder, Greeley, Longmont, Fort Morgan, Brush, Sterling

Pawnee Main Draw OHV Area YouTube Video


Peach Valley

Vehicle Types: UTV - ATV - Dirt Bike

GPS: N38 35.763 W107 53.442
(Coordinates For Trail Head )

Peach Valley Full View Google Map

Directions: To find these Colorado trails from Montrose proceed northwest out of town on N Townsend Ave / US-50 W about 9.2 miles to Falcon Rd. Turn east at Falcon Rd and follow 3.8 miles where it curves slightly left into Peach Valley Rd. Continueabout 0.7 miles to trail access.

Phone Number: Uncompahgre Field Office 970-240-5300

Description: Peach Valley recreation area is the northern portion of the 9,700 acre Flat Top - Peach Valley recreation area. These popular Colorado trails offer a variety of off road riding conditions providing fun and adventure for riders of all skill levels. With interconnecting single-track trails outside of the open riding area there is a seemingly endless supply of routes to take.

Located Near These Regional Cities: Grand Junction, Delta, Pandora, Montrose, Gunnison, Durango, Cortez

Peach Valley Dirt Bike YouTube Video

Peach Valley Dirt Bike & Snow YouTube Video


Penrose Commons Roads and Trails

Vehicle Types: 4x4 - UTV - ATV - Dirt Bike

GPS: N38 29.468 W105 01.902
(Coordinates For Trail Head )

Penrose Commons Full View Google Map

Directions: To find these Colorado trails from Penrose proceed north out of town on CO-115. Continue 1.3 miles to 3rd St / Co Rd 123. Head west on 3rd St about 0.3 to E St. Turn north on E St and follow 0.2 of a mile where it will turn into Co Rd 127. Follow 2.9 miles to trail access.

Phone Number: Royal Gorge Field Office 719-269-8500

Description: These Colorado trails offer a combination of extreme rock crawling as well as a few easier trails. The Independence trail system features the difficult Freedom, Liberty and Patriot 4x4 trails. Please be aware that body damage and breakdowns are likely on those trails.

Popular Area Trails: Independence Trail System, Patriot, Liberty, Freedom

Located Near These Regional Cities: Canon City, Fiorence, Pueblo, Rocky Ford, La Junta

Independence Trail YouTube Video #1

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Patriot Trail YouTube Video

Liberty Trail YouTube Video

Independence Trail YouTube Video


Percy Lake

Vehicle Types: ATV - Dirt Bike

GPS: N40 28.258 W106 37.192
(Coordinates For Trail Head )

Percy Lake Full View Google Map

Directions: To find these Colorado trails from Steamboat Springs proceed north out of town on N Park Rd about 0.2 of mile to Strawberry Park Rd. Turn east onto Strawberry Park Rd and follow 0.8 miles where it will turn into Co Rd 36 / Rcr 36. Follow it another 0.8 miles to Co Rd 38 / Rcr 38. Follow Co Rd 38 / Rcr 38 about 10.8 miles to Co Rd 24. Continue east on Co Rd 24 5.3 miles to Co Rd 47 / Jcr 47. Continue south on Co Rd 47 4.4 miles to Co Rd 45 / Hidden Lakes Rd/Jcr 45. Stay on Co Rd 45 / Hidden Lakes Rd / Jcr 45 about 3.2 miles to trail head.

Phone Number: Parks Ranger District 970-723-2700, Routt National Forest 307-745-2300

Description: Don’t let the name fool you, these Colorado trails are a rough, rocky and challenging ATV trail that traverses the woods that connects to the milder and much smoother Wyoming Trail. The Wyoming Trail, also popular mountain bikers, tops out at Buffalo Pass on the southern edge of the Mount Zirkel Wilderness Area.

Popular Area Trails: Percy Lake, Wyoming Trail, Buffalo Pass

Located Near These Regional Cities: Steamboat Springs, Craig, Estes Park, Denver, Boulder, Golden

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Pitkin Trail System

Vehicle Types: 4x4 - UTV - ATV - Dirt Bike

GPS: N38 36.446 W106 31.226
(Coordinates For Trail Head )

Pitkin Trail System Full View Google Map

Directions: To find these Colorado trails from Gunnison take Highway 50 east towards Salida. Turn left (North) onto County Road 76, leading to Pitkin.

Phone Number: Gunnison Ranger District 970-641-0471, Grand Mesa, Uncompahgre, and Gunnison National Forest 970-874-6600

Description: This Colorado trail network on the western side of the Collegiate Peaks connects Taylor Park, Tincup, and St. Elmo through a series of trail routes open to all vehicle types. There are numerous high mountain passes found within a few hours ride or drive from Pitkin. The Alpine Tunnel historic site is nearby between Pitkin and Hancock Pass.

Popular Area Trails: Cumberland Pass, Tomichi Pass, Wuanita Pass

Located Near These Regional Cities: Gunnison, Crested Butte, Salida, Monte Vista, Alamosa

Pitkin Trail YouTube Video


Rabbit Valley

Vehicle Types: 4x4 - UTV - ATV - Dirt Bike

GPS: N39 11.060 W109 01.069
(Coordinates For Trail Head )

Rabbit Valley Full View Google Map

Directions: To find these Colorado trails from I-70 take Exit 2 for Rabbit Valley then turn south, which is Kokopelli Trail. Continue about .5 mile to trail head. There is a large staging area at the trail head and bathrooms are located .5 mile down the road on the left.

Phone Number: McInnis Canyons National Conservation Area 970-244-3000

Description: These Colorado trails are a popular riding area located south of I-70 near the Utah State Border. These trails provide access to the Colorado River and serves as the Colorado end of the Kokopelli Trail. Riders crossing the border into Utah with unlicensed OHVs need to have OHV permits for both states.

Popular Area Trails: Al's Trail, Brian's Trail, D&J Trail, Family Play Area and Track, Parallel Trail, Rim Trail, Stay in the Wash Trail, Tina's Hill Trail

Located Near These Regional Cities: Grand Junction, Fruita, Delta, Montrose, Rifle

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Rainbow Falls

Vehicle Types: UTV - ATV - Dirt Bike

GPS: N39 08.036 W105 06.586
(Coordinates For Trail Head )

Rainbow Falls Full View Google Map

Directions: To find these Colorado trails from Woodland Park proceed north on CO-67 10.5 miles. Turn Right on Rainbow Falls Rd.

Phone Number: Pikes Peak Ranger District 719-636-1602, Pike and San Isabel National Forests and Comanche National Grassland 719-553-1400

Description: These Colorado trails connect to the southern end of the Rampart Range recreation area in southwestern Douglas County. This location is perfect for weekend family getaways offering similar riding opportunities for all types of OHVs and plenty of camping.

Located Near These Regional Cities: Woodland Park, Cripple Creek, Colorado Springs, Pine, Baily, Roxborough

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Rainbow Trail

Vehicle Types: ATV - Dirt Bike

GPS: N38 04.946 W105 33.673
(Coordinates For Trail Head )

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Directions: To find these Colorado trails from Westcliffe head south on S 6th St / CO-69 for 3 miles. Turn right at County Rd-140 / Schoolfield Rd. Continue on County Rd-140 for 5.5 miles to Alvarado Campground.

Phone Number: San Carlos Ranger District 719-269-8500, Pike and San Isabel National Forests and Comanche National Grassland 719-553-1400

Description: The Rainbow Trail is open to motorcycles and ATV’s. The Medano Pass Trail is open to licensed street-legal full-size 4x4 vehicles and motorcycles. The Rainbow Trail is a lengthy trail covering over 100 miles along the eastern edge of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains from Salida to Westcliffe. Medano Pass Road intersects the Rainbow Trail before ending at the Great Sand Dunes National Park. Only licensed, street-legal vehicles are allowed west of the Medano Pass summit and into the Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve.

Popular Area Trails: Medano Pass, Rainbow Trail

Located Near These Regional Cities: Pueblo, Canon City, Florence, Salida, Walsenburg, Alamosa, Monte Vista, Trinidad

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Rangley

Vehicle Types: 4x4

GPS: N40 04.207 W108 49.707
(Coordinates For Trail Head )

Rangley Full View Google Map

Directions: To find these Colorado trails from highway 64 turn south on River Rd on the west side of Rangely. Continue on River Rd until it curves onto County Road 2 and proceed west 2.1 miles. As the road curves uphill and to the south pull into the parking area with kiosk. At this point follow the marked dirt track .3 of a mile to the southeast where the entrance to the first track is marked.

Phone Number: White River Field Office 970-878-3800

Description: These Colorado trails are a popular northwestern Colorado rock-crawling area. The trails are rated from mild to wild. However, it is recommended that only highly-modified 4x4s and custom-built rock crawlers attempt most trails.

Located Near These Regional Cities: Rangely, Grand Junction

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Rampart Range

Vehicle Types: ATV - Dirt Bike

GPS: N39 22.612 W105 05.693
(Coordinates For Trail Head )

Rampart Range Full View Google Map

Directions: To find these Colorado trails from Sedalia proceed south out of town on CO-67 S / Manhart St. Continue about 9.8 miles to Rampart Range Rd.

Phone Number: South Platte Ranger District 303-275-5610, Pike and San Isabel National Forests and Comanche National Grassland 719-553-1400

Description: These Colorado trails are located just 35 miles southwest of Denver. This riding area features more than 22 designated trails for dirt bikes and ATV’s. These trails range in elevation from 6,500 feet to over 8,500 feet with terrain and obstacles varied enough for riders of all riding abilities. There are primitive camping sites and fee campgrounds available in the area.

Located Near These Regional Cities: Denver, Castle Rock, Elizabeth, Monument, Roxborough, Parker

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Red and White Mountain

Vehicle Types: 4x4 - UTV - ATV - Dirt Bike

GPS: N39 41.382 W106 25.376
(Coordinates For Trail Head )

Red and White Mountain Full View Google Map

Directions: To find these Colorado trails from Vail proceed north on Vail Rd from Meadow Dr and follow about 0.1 miles under I-70. Turn west at I-70 Frontage Rd W and follow 1.0 miles to Red Sandstone Rd. Continue 3.3 miles to a slight left onto Piney Lake Rd. and continue on Piney Lake Rd 2.7 miles to trail access.

Phone Number: Holy Cross Ranger District 970-827-5715, White River National Forest 970-945-2521

Description: These Colorado trails offer great access to Vail, Avon and Edwards and offer many popular 4WD forest roads and ATV routes. With great views of the mountains north of I-70 as well as the ski areas to the south, the area also provides access to Muddy Pass to the north.

Located Near These Regional Cities: Vail, Avon, Edwards, Kremmling, Frisco, Silverthorne, Eagle, Gypsum

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Red Feather Lakes

Vehicle Types: 4x4 - UTV - ATV - Dirt Bike

GPS: N40 48.583 W105 40.516
(Coordinates For Trail Head )

Red Feather Lakes Full View Google Map

Directions: To find these Colorado trails from Livermore turn west on to CR74E (Red Feather Lakes Road). Once you pass Red Feather Lakes on the right the road turns to CR86 (Deadman Road). Continue 4 miles past the National Forest boundary to the intersection of Deadman Road and Killpecker Road.

To find these Colorado trails from Glen Echo head north on CR68C for 10 miles. Turn left at the intersection of CR74E and Deadman Road on to Deadman Road (CR86). Continue 4 miles past the National Forest boundary to the intersection of Deadman Road and Killpecker Road.

Phone Number: Canyon Lakes Ranger District 970-295-6700, Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests and Pawnee National Grassland 970-295-6700

Description: These (CO) Colorado trails offer over 100 miles of double-track ATV trails and roads suitable for beginners to more advanced riders. This area also contains seven miles of single-track trails open to motorcycles only. Be aware, Deadman Road is a county road and is strictly off-limits to unlicensed non-street-legal vehicles.

Popular Area Trails: Killpecker Trail (Singletrack), Swamp Creek Cutoff (Singletrack), Bald Mountain, Nunn Creek, Roaring Creek, Killpecker Road, Green Ridge Cutoff, Green Ridge Road, Unnamed Forest Service Road

Located Near These Regional Cities: Glacier View Meadows, Poudre Park, Livermore, Belivue, Fort Collins, Denver

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Ruedi Reservoir

Vehicle Types: 4x4 - UTV - ATV - Dirt Bike

GPS: N39 21.817 W106 49.154
(Coordinates For Trail Head )

Ruedi Reservoir Full View Google Map

Directions: To find these Colorado trails from Snowmass proceed northwest out of town on CO-82 W and follow about 2.9 miles to 2 Rivers Rd. Turn right onto 2 Rivers Rd and follow it to Midland Ave. Turn northeast on Midland Ave and follow 0.2 miles where it will turn into Fryingpan Rd. Follow Fryingpan Rd 13.5 miles to the reservoir.

Phone Number: Sopris Ranger District 970-963-2266, White River National Forest 970-945-2521

Description: These Colorado trails trace the route of the old Midland Railroad. The road leading to Ruedi Reservoir is a well-preserved mountain drive bringing back memories of historic Colorado.

Located Near These Regional Cities: Aspen, Basalt, Carbondale, Glenwood Springs, Gypsum

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Sand Wash Basin

Vehicle Types: 4x4 - UTV - ATV - Dirt Bike

GPS: N40 37.188 W108 22.148
(Coordinates For Trail Head )

Sand Wash Basin Full View Google Map

Directions: To find these Colorado trails from Maybell proceed west out of town on US-40 W about 0.5 miles to CO-318 W. Turn northwest on CO-318 W and follow for 17.5 miles to trail access.

Phone Number: Little Snake Field Office 970-826-5000

Description: These Colorado trails are located northwest of the town of Maybell. Sand Wash Basin is the exclusive OHV area in Northwestern Colorado. This vast area, managed by the Bureau of Land Management, has many trails and is also a popular area for viewing wild horses.

Located Near These Regional Cities: Maybell, Craig, Meeker, Steamboat

Sand Wash Basin YouTube Video


San Juan Mountains

Vehicle Types: 4x4 - UTV - ATV - Dirt Bike

GPS: N37 53.806 W108 03.381
(Coordinates For Trail Head )

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Directions: To find these Colorado trails from Telluride proceed north on CO-145 about 14 miles. Turn Left at 57P Rd. Continue for 7 miles to the intersection of Rd 618.

Phone Number: Norwood Ranger District 970-327-4261, Grand Mesa, Uncompahgre, and Gunnison National Forest 970-874-6600

Description: These Colorado trails wind through the woods and streams west of the San Juan Mountains. These trails consist of Jeep, ATV and some easier single-track trails which are easily accessible west of Telluride. Bordering the Lizard Head Wilderness makes this a great area to explore in southwest Colorado.

Located Near These Regional Cities: Durango, Mancos, Pandora, Telluride, Mountain Village, Ouray, Ridgeway

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Sargents

Vehicle Types: ATV - Dirt Bike

GPS: N38 24.429 W106 24.929
(Coordinates For Trail Head )

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Directions: To find these Colorado trails from Villa Grove proceed north on US 285 N about 10.2 miles to Merkt Creek Rd. Turn right and follow it about 2.8 miles.

Phone Number: Gunnison Ranger District 970-641-0471, Grand Mesa, Uncompahgre, and Gunnison National Forest 970-874-6600

Description: The Colorado trails located near Sargents are tight, rocky, single-tracks located in the high mountains with some trails running above the timberline. Riders should be a custom riding steep up and down hill rocky trails with trees spaced not more than handlebar width.

Popular Area Trails: Green Creek, Canyon Creek, Summit, Tank Seven Creek, Big Bend Creek, Long Branch, Baldy Lake, Hicks, Gulch, Hicks Creek, Dutchman Creek, Left Hand, Upper Razor Creek, Antora Meadows, Middle Razor, Creek, Right Hand, Middle Barrett Creek, North Gulch, Quakey Mountain, Agate Creek, Milk Creek

Located Near These Regional Cities: Salida, Canon City, Pueblo, Gunnison, Buena Vista, Monte Vista, Alamosa

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Schofield Pass

Vehicle Types: 4x4 - UTV - ATV - Dirt Bike

GPS: N38 57.952 W106 59.628
(Coordinates For Trail Head )

Schofield Pass Full View Google Map

Directions: To find these Colorado trails from Crested Butte proceed north on CO-135 from Whiterock Ave and continue about 0.1 of a mile where it will turn into 6th St. Continue on 6th St north 0.3 of a mile where it will turn into Co Rd 317 / Gothic Rd. Follow Co Rd 317 / Gothic Rd 8.2 miles to trail access.

Phone Number: Sopris Ranger District 970-963-2266, White River National Forest 970-945-2521

Description: These Colorado trails connect the towns of Crested Butte, Marble, and Aspen. These challenging roads offer some of the most scenic views of the Central Rocky Mountains. Venture back in time and visit the Crystal Mill below the Devil's Punchbowl on the Marble side of Schofield Pass. Unlicensed OHV’s are permitted along designated sections of these trail routes.

Popular Area Trails: Schofield Pass, Lead King Basin, Crystal Mill and Devils Punchbowl, Pearl Pass, Paradise Divide

Located Near These Regional Cities: Crested Butte, Almont, Carbondale, Glenwood Springs, Delta

Devils Punchbowl ATV YouTube Video

Lead King Basin YouTube Video


Seep Springs Roads and Trails

Vehicle Types: 4x4 - UTV - ATV - Dirt Bike

Map: Buero of Land Management Map

Phone Number: 719-269-8500

Description: Please click on the map link above before reading this description. Motorized travel on these Colorado trails is limited to designated roads and trails identified for off-highway vehicle (OHV) travel. Only the routes displayed on the reverse side of the BLM map in blue and brown are open to motorized travel with off-highway vehicles.

Located Near These Regional Cities: Canon City, Pueblo, Salida

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Seven Mile

Vehicle Types: 4x4 - UTV - ATV - Dirt Bike

GPS: N40 42.220 W105 35.103
(Coordinates For Trail Head )

Seven Mile Full View Google Map

Directions: To find these Colorado trails, from US-287 and Poudre Canyon (Hwy 14) proceed west approximately 31 miles. Turn north onto N County Rd 69 at Glen Echo and follow for about .4 mile to the fork in the road where trail head is located on the left.

Phone Number: Canyon Lakes Ranger District 970-295-6700, Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests and Pawnee National Grassland 970-295-6700

Description: The Seven Mile trail can appear deceiving easy at the beginning but it quickly turns into a wet, slick, rocky road with multiple stream crossings and rocks the size of basketballs. This trail can be run was a stock high-clearance 4x4 vehicle but does require advanced off road driving skills. If you’re on an ATV or motorcycle you must have experience negotiating large rocks to safely complete this trail.

Popular Area Trails: Seven Mile, Swamp Creek Cutoff

Located Near These Regional Cities: Livermore, Laporte, Fort Collins, Wellington, Loveland

Seven Mile Trail YouTube Video


Slaughterhouse Guclh

Vehicle Types: 4x4 - UTV - ATV - Dirt Bike

GPS: N39 26.212 W105 27.549
(Coordinates For Trail Head )

Slaughterhouse Gulch Full View Google Map

Directions: To find these Colorado trails from Fairplay proceed northeast out of town on US-285. Continue 41.5 miles to Co Rd 72.

Phone Number: South Platte Ranger District 303-275-5610, Pike and San Isabel National Forests and Comanche National Grassland 719-553-1400

Description: These Colorado trails are perfect for those are looking for a moderately in difficult set of trails southwest of Denver off Highway 285. These trails offer hill climbs, off camber sections and rock obstacles. Many veteran trail adventures like this trail. These trails increase in difficulty in wet conditions with portions of this trail becoming quite challenging.

Located Near These Regional Cities: Bailey, Pine Junction Area, Green Valley, Denver

Slaughterhouse Guclh YouTube Video

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South Sulphur Pass / West Rollins Pass

Vehicle Types: 4x4 - UTV - ATV - Dirt Bike

GPS: N39 53.863 W105 46.160
(Coordinates For Trail Head )

South Sulphur Pass / West Rollins Pass Full View Google Map

Directions: These Colorado Trails can be accessed off of US-40 and Corona Pass Rd just north of the town of Winter Park.

Phone Number: Sulphur Ranger District 970-887-4100, Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests and Pawnee National Grassland 970-295-6700

Description: These Colorado trails are also known as Corona Pass Road and wind up to the Continental Divide just east of Winter Park. This is an easy route that follows one of the original railway beds over the mountains built in 1903. To the west of Winter Park are many more off road trails accessed off of FS Road 152.

Located Near These Regional Cities: Winter Park, Fraser, Breckenridge, Idaho Springs, Golden, Denver, Aurora

West Rollins Pass YouTube Video


South Uncompahgre

Vehicle Types: 4x4 - UTV - ATV - Dirt Bike

GPS: N38 10.738 W108 13.946
(Coordinates For Trail Head )

South Uncompahgre Full View Google Map

Directions: To find these Colorado trails from Norwood proceed east out of town on CO-145 S / Grand Ave about 5.1 miles to 47Z Rd / Sanborn Park Rd. Turn north on 47Z Rd / Sanborn Park Rd and follow 5.6 miles to Dead Horse 515 Rd / Hh 45 Rd. Turn left at Dead Horse 515 Rd / Hh 45 Rd to access these trails.

Phone Number: Ouray Ranger District 970-240-5300, Grand Mesa, Uncompahgre, and Gunnison National Forest 970-874-6600

Description: You will find the southern half of the Uncompahgre National Forest provides the same terrific riding experience and stunning views of the Western Slope of the Rocky Mountains as the northern half. These Colorado trails offer trails for all types of vehicles and for riders and drivers of all skill levels. With trails for all vehicle types and skill levels, this large riding area is a great destination on the western side of the state.

Located Near These Regional Cities: Norwood, Redvale, Telluride, Pandora, Durango

South Uncompahgre YouTube Video


Spring Creek Road OHV Area

Vehicle Types: 4x4 - UTV - ATV - Dirt Bike

GPS: N39 55.605 W106 20.221
(Coordinates For Trail Head )

Spring Creek Road OHV Area Full View Google Map

Directions: To find these Colorado trails Silverthorne proceed north out of town from I-70 on CO-9 N and continue about 27.0 miles to trail head.

Phone Number: Dillon Ranger District 970-468-5400, White River National Forest 970-945-2521

Description: The Spring Creek Road OHV Area is part of more than 100 miles of Colorado trail routes in the Summit and Grand County area. These trails offer adventurers a variety of off road opportunities in both terms of difficulty and length.

Located Near These Regional Cities: Silverthorne, Granby, Frisco, Vail, Avon, Edward, Eagle

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St. Charles

Vehicle Types: 4x4 - UTV - ATV - Dirt Bike

GPS: N37 58.824 W105 04.441
(Coordinates For Trail Head )

St. Charles Full View Google Map

Directions: To find these Colorado trails from Colorado City proceed southwest out of town on CO-165 and continue for 15.2 miles to Co Rd 241 / St Park Rd which will turn into Co Rd 371 after 0.2 miles. Continue on Co Rd 371 for 1.4 miles to access trails.

Phone Number: San Carlos Ranger District 719-269-8500, Pike and San Isabel National Forests and Comanche National Grassland 719-553-1400

Description: These challenging single-track Colorado trails ample fun and adventure with steep hill climbs, switchbacks and other challenging terrain. These trails are located in southern Colorado and are near the Pueblo area. Street legal and licensed dirt bikes can connect these trails together by taking a short trip down Highway 165.

Located Near These Regional Cities: Pueblo, Rocky Ford, Canon City, Florence, Monte Vista, Alamosa

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St. Elmo

Vehicle Types: 4x4 - UTV - ATV - Dirt Bike

GPS: N38 42.322 W106 20.347
(Coordinates For Trail Head )

St. Elmo Full View Google Map

Directions: To find these Colorado trails from Buena Vista take Hwy 285 south through Nathrop. Turn right (west) on County Road 162 and follow it past the Mt. Princeton Hot Springs. The road will turn to dirt and change names to Chalk Creek Road. There are a few sections where the riding of unlicensed OHVs is permitted but pay attention to the signs.

Phone Number: Salida Ranger District 719-539-3591, Pike and San Isabel National Forests and Comanche National Grassland 719-553-1400

Description: These Colorado trails wind through the southern Collegiate Peaks near the bases of Mt. Princeton and Mt. Antero. A number of the local trails cross the Continental Divide over to the Tincup and Taylor Park region.

Popular Area Trails: Hancock Pass, Tomichi Pass, Williams Pass, Alpine Tunnel, Mt. Antero/Browns Peak

Located Near These Regional Cities: Salida, Buena Vista, Gunnison, Almont, Canon City

St. Elmo YouTube Video


State Forest State Park

Vehicle Types: 4x4 - UTV - ATV - Dirt Bike

GPS: N40 33.315 W106 02.251
(Coordinates For Trail Head )

State Forest State Park Full View Google Map

Directions: To find these Colorado trails from Walden proceed south out of town on Washington St / CO-14 E. Continue east on CO-14 about 18.9 miles to Co Rd 41. Turn north at Co Rd 41 and follow 0.2 miles to access head.

Phone Number: Colorado State Forest State Park 970-723-8366

Description: The Colorado trails located in State Forest State Park offer camping with ride in and ride out access to the OHV trails within the park. There are nearby mountain biking and hiking trails as well as a Moose Visitors Center.

Popular Area Trails: Montgomery Pass Road, Diamond Peaks Trail / Bockman Road, Bull Mountain / Kiwi / South Canadian, Roads, Ruby Jewel Road / Francisco Road, Grass Creek Road / Gould Mountain Road, Mendenhall Road / Medicine Bow

Located Near These Regional Cities: Fort Collins, Estes Park, Steamboat Springs, Loveland, Berthoud, Eaton, Boulder, Denver, Golden

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Storm Mountain

Vehicle Types: 4x4 - UTV - ATV - Dirt Bike

GPS: N40 28.467 W105 22.117
(Coordinates For Trail Head )

Storm Mountain Full View Google Map

Directions: To find these Colorado trails from Drake proceed northwest on Co Rd 43 about 0.3 miles to Storm Mt Rd and turn right. Proceed 2.1 miles and stay left to continue on Storm Mt Dr 4.2 miles to trail head.

Phone Number: Canyon Lakes Ranger District 970-295-6700, Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests and Pawnee National Grassland 970-295-6700

Description: The Colorado trails leading up to Storm Mountain just outside of Drake offer amazing views of the Roosevelt National Forest. To find the more challenging climb to the top of Storm Mountain proceed north then west from the trail head with the easy route laying north then east.

Popular Area Trails: Storm Mountain, Springtown Gulch, Spruce Mountain Loop

Located Near These Regional Cities: Fort Collins, Estes Park, Steamboat Springs, Loveland, Fort Morgan, Greeley, Boulder, Denver, Golden

Storm Mountain YouTube Video


Stillwater Pass

Vehicle Types: ATV - Dirt Bike

GPS: N40 13.533 W105 53.411
(Coordinates For Trail Head )

Stillwater Pass Full View Google Map

Directions: To find these Colorado trails from Grand Lake proceed south out of town on Trail Ridge Rd / US-34 W. From the intersection of West Portal Rd, continue 5.0 miles to Co Hwy 4. Turn west on Co Hwy 4 and follow 2.0 miles to access trail head.

Phone Number: Sulphur Ranger District 970-887-4100, Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests and Pawnee National Grassland 970-295-6700

Description: Just outside of Grand Lake is the beautiful and scenic Stillwater Pass. The roads are mostly graded however water and mud can create issues after moderate rains. This is a terrific riding adventure for those who wish to get off the beaten path and truly discover Colorado. Pack a tent because there is camping available for those who wish to rough it. These trails rate a 1 of 5 for difficulty but rate 4 of 5 for scenic beauty.

Located Near These Regional Cities: Fort Collins, Estes Park, Steamboat Springs, Loveland, Greeley, Boulder, Denver, Golden

Stillwater Pass YouTube Video


Summit County Vicinity

Vehicle Types: 4x4 - UTV - ATV - Dirt Bike

GPS: N39 33.858 W105 51.629
(Coordinates For Trail Head )

Summit County Vicinity Full View Google Map

Directions: To find these Colorado trails from Dillon proceed east out of town on US-6 E and follow 7.6 miles to Gondola Rd / Keystone Rd. Turn right and then an immediate left onto Gondola Rd and follow to the stop sign. You will see the Keystone ski area parking lot on your right. At the stop sign turn right onto Co Rd 5 / Montezuma Rd and follow about 6.6 miles to trail access.

Phone Number: Dillon Ranger District 970-468-5400, White River National Forest 970-945-2521

Description: Regardless of your skill level or vehicle type these Colorado trails offer something for everyone. From easy winding mountain passes suitable for all types of vehicles to steep, rocky and narrow switchbacks that can challenge even the experienced off road enthusiasts. There are many great towns you can visit to relax and eat after a hard day out on the trails.

Popular Area Trails: Radical Hill, Twin Cone, Swan Mountain, Georgia Pass, Peru Creek, Red Cone, Webster Pass

Located Near These Regional Cities: Denver, Idaho Springs, Golden, Silverthorne, Frisco, Breckenridge, Bailey, Pine

Radical Hill YouTube Video

Twin Cone YouTube Video

Red Cone YouTube Video


Taylor Park Trail System

Vehicle Types: 4x4 - UTV - ATV - Dirt Bike

GPS: N38 49.217 W106 33.482
(Coordinates For Trail Head )

Taylor Park Trail System Full View Google Map

Directions: To find these Colorado trails from Gunnison proceed north on N Iowa St toward E Georgia Ave. Turn right onto CO-135 N/N Main St. Continue to follow CO-135 N. Turn right onto Co Rd 742. Turn right onto Co Rd 765. Take the 1st left onto Ice Mountain Dr and arrive at Taylor Park.

Phone Number: Gunnison Ranger District 970-641-0471, Grand Mesa, Uncompahgre, and Gunnison National Forest 970-874-6600

Description: Taylor Park is located on the west side of the Collegiate Peaks. There are miles of trails nearby trails for all types of vehicles such as Tincup Pass, Napoleon Pass, Italian Creek and Taylor Pass.

Popular Area Trails: Tincup Pass, Napoleon Pass, Italian Creek, Taylor Pass

Located Near These Regional Cities: Crested Butte, Gunnison, Salida, Buena Vista, Almont

Tincup Pass YouTube Video

Napoleon Pass YouTube Video

Taylor Pass YouTube Video


Texas Creek

Vehicle Types: ATV - Dirt Bike

GPS: N38 24.649 W105 35.038
(Coordinates For Trail Head )

Texas Creek Full View Google Map

Directions: To find these Colorado trails from Salida proceed east out of town on E Rainbow Blvd / US-50 E. Continue 31.1 miles to Fremont Co Rd 27. Turn north on Fremont Co Rd 27 to access trails.

Phone Number: Royal Gorge Field Office 719-269-8500

Description: Texas Creek is a vast Colorado trails system that offers great views of the Arkansas River Valley and the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. There are trails of all difficulty levels and as such riders of all types can find something to enjoy while out on these trails.

Popular Area Trails: Bull Gultch, Cut Off, East Arkansas River Overlook, FCR27, Fernleaf Gulch Connecter, Reese Gultch Bypass, Table Mountain Rd, Texas Creek Bypass, Tucker Trail

Located Near These Regional Cities: Canon City, Pueblo, Salida, Bueno Vista, Walsenburg

Texas Creek Bypass YouTube Video


The Gulches

Vehicle Types: 4x4

N39 04.705 W105 16.321
(Coordinates For Trail Head )

The Gulches Full View Google Map

Directions: To find these Colorado trails from Florissant proceed west on US-24 W toward Costello Ave. Turn right onto Costello Ave about 300 feet and take the first left onto Kerk Rd. Follow Kerk Rd about .2 mile and take the first right onto Co Rd 3 / Wildhorn Rd. At 4.5 miles keep right then left .4 miles to stay on Co Rd 3 / Wildhorn Rd. After another 4.5 miles turn left onto Lakeview Dr / Teller County Rd 33 / Trail Creek Rd. At about 2.5 miles turn left onto Lvr Trail Rd. At .9 miles turn left onto Ellison Rd. At 1.2 miles turn right onto Cedar Mountain Rd / Teller County Rd 51 and trail head will be on left at .5 miles.

Phone Number: South Park Ranger District 719-836-2031, Pike and San Isabel National Forests and Comanche National Grassland 719-553-1400

Description: The Gulches are a series of dirt roads that travel deep into the heart of the Hayman Burn area and the South Platte River. These Colorado trails were closed after the fire in 2002 for restoration. They have recently been opened and offer visitors a unique opportunities to see the forest recovery in progress.

Popular Area Trails: Hackett Gulch, Longwater Gulch, Metberry Gulch

Located Near These Regional Cities: Woodland Park, Colorado Springs, Peyton, Cripple Creek

Hackett Gulch YouTube Video


Turkey Springs

Vehicle Types: ATV - Dirt Bike

GPS: N37 19.887 W107 07.495
(Coordinates For Trail Head )

Turkey Springs Full View Google Map

Directions: To find these Colorado trails from Pagosa Springs proceed west on Highway 160 about 2.5 miles to County Road 600 / Piedra Road. Turn right on CR 600 and take it north for 6.6 miles. The trail head is at the Forest Boundary just after the cattle guard.

Phone Number: Pagosa Ranger District 970-264-2268, San Juan National Forest 970-247-4874

Description: These Colorado trails are located just outside of Pagosa Springs This riding area offers moderate ATV trails, access to good camping opportunities and provides easy access to Williams Lake.

Located Near These Regional Cities: Pagosa Springs, Durango, South Fork

Turkey Springs Road YouTube Video


Willow Creek / Snyder Creek

Vehicle Types: Dirt Bike

GPS: N40 23.520 W106 07.627
(Coordinates For Trail Head )

Willow Creek / Snyder Creek Full View Google Map

Directions: To find these Colorado trails from Walden proceed south on Main Street and Follow CO-125 south out of town about 27 miles. Turn Right at Forest Service Rd 106.

Phone Number: Parks Ranger District 970-723-2700, Routt National Forest 307-745-2300

Description: These Colorado trails offer over 60 miles of many different loops and sections of mainly intermediate single trails. This trail system truly has something for everyone with varied riding opportunities.

Popular Area Trails: Willow Creek, Snyder Creek, Illinois Pass

Located Near These Regional Cities: Steamboat Springs, Denver, Golden

Willow Creek YouTube Video


Wheeler Lake

Vehicle Types: 4x4 - UTV - ATV - Dirt Bike

GPS: N39 21.570 W106 04.621
(Coordinates For Trail Head )

Wheeler Lake Full View Google Map

Directions: To find these Colorado trails from Alma proceed north out of town on CO-9 / Main St and take it 4.8 miles to Co Rd 4. Turn west on Co Rd 4 and follow it 0.9 of a mile where it will veer into Pv32. Follow Pv32 about 0.5 miles to trail head.

Phone Number: South Park Ranger District 719-836-2031, Pike and San Isabel National Forests and Comanche National Grassland 719-553-1400

Description: The Colorado trail leading up to Wheeler Lake follows a glacial valley and present a variety of challenges for riders. We recommend leaving early in the morning and pack a lunch. The lake shores beneath Wheeler Mountain are the perfect place to stop and have lunch.

Located Near These Regional Cities: Breckenridge, Frisco, Silverthorne, Alma, Fairplay

Wheeler Lake YouTube Video


Wolford Mountain

Vehicle Types: 4x4 - UTV - ATV - Dirt Bike

N40 04.196 W106 21.560
(Coordinates For Trail Head )

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Directions: To find these Colorado trails from Kremmling take Park Ave at 6th St and head east on Park Ave 1.1 miles to 22nd St. Turn north at 22nd St and follow 1.0 mile to Co Hwy 224. Turn left onto Co Hwy 224 to access trail head.

Phone Number: Kremmling Field Office 970-724-3000

Description: The Wolford Travel Management Area provides over 150 miles of Colorado trails directly north of Kremmling. This is a popular destination for adventurers looking for 4x4, ATV and single track trails.

Located Near These Regional Cities: Kremmling, Hot Sulpur Springs, Granby, Parshall, Breckenridge, Vail, Idaho Springs

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Yampa Area Trail Systems

Vehicle Types: ATV - Dirt Bike

GPS: N40 09.277 W106 54.388
(Coordinates For Trail Head )

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Directions: Located in the Town of Yampa

Phone Number: Yampa Ranger District 970-638-4516, Routt National Forest 307-745-2300

Description: These popular Colorado trail systems located on both sides of the town of Yampa offer great access to many of the Lakes in the area. More advanced riders will enjoy the ATV trails such as Heart Lake which provides more technical riding for those looking for more challenge.

Popular Area Trails: Allen Basin, Dunckley Pass / West Fish Creek, Heart Lake, Lynx Pass / Morrison Divide

Located Near These Regional Cities: Yampa, Steamboat Springs, Kremmling, Silverthorne, Frisco

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Aztec Family Raceway

Vehicle Types: Motocross

Address: 12400 E Hwy 94, Colorado Springs, Colorado

eMail: Byron Wolf bwolfsprint@earthlink.net
Phone Number: Hot Line 719-683-3301

Description: Aztex Family Raceway is for motorcycles only. This motocross facility offers two full size motocross tracks as well as a Pee Wee track. The big tracks are often combined into one large track to enhance your motocross experience. This motocross track is owned and operated by true motocross enthusiast. Tracks are well maintained and watered. Track layouts changed from time to time to keep things interesting. You must be a member to ride and spectators are free except on race days. Free camping is offered on weekends except race weekends. Some of the amenities include; indoor restrooms and compressed air.

Located Near These Regional Cities: Colorado Springs, Stratmoor, Peyton, Fountain

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Colorado Off Road Extreme (CORE)

Vehicle Types: 4x4 - UTV - ATV - Dirt Bike - Motocross

Address: 35500 CO 190, Agate, CO 80101

eMail: Carl Miron carl@coloradooffroadextreme.com
Contact Phone Number: 303-956-3600

Description: Colorado Off Road Extreme LLC. (CORE) is an 800-Acre off road park for Trucks, SUV’s, Jeeps and all types of four-wheel drive vehicles,as well as atv's, rallycars,and hill climb cars. CORE offers a legal, private and controlled place for four-wheeling enthusiasts and includes a 10 Mile Off Road Track, Mud Bogging,One mile short course track, 2 Mile Rally Sprint track, Rally Cross track and Rock Crawling just to name a few. CORE is located fifty miles east of Denver on Interstate 70.

Located Near These Regional Cities: Denver, Aurora, Bennett, Strasburg, Agate, Limon, Burlington, Goodland

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IMI Motorsports Complex

Vehicle Types: ATV - Motocross - Go Karts

Address: 5074 Summit Blvd, Dacono, Colorado 80514

eMail: imimotorsports@hotmail.com
Contact Phone Number: 303-833-4949

Description: IMI Motorsports Complex offer six motor sports tracks. An asphalt course designed for precision driving and top speed on Race Karts, SuperMoto and anything else you care to challenge it with. An RMXA championship professional Motocross track for the pro-rider built by professional track builders and redesigned every year to keep it challenging. A fully complimented quarter midget facility, two ATV off road dirt courses with acres of room to roam about with your off road vehicle and a circle dirt track that has action packed events almost every weekend.

Located Near These Regional Cities: Denver, Aurora, Golden, Brighton, Henderson, Broomfield

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Ram Off Road Park

Vehicle Types: 4X4 - Motocross

Address: 12750 Highway 94, Colorado Springs, Colorado 80929

eMail: ramoffroad@msn.com
Contact Phone Number: 719-650-3044

Description: In the shadow of Pikes Peak, Colorado near Colorado Springs you will find RAM Off Road Park. Nestled in the rocky badlands at the edge of the plains, the track at RAM is made up of high speed jumps, rock gardens, hill climbs and steep descents. The track is built with a fun and challenging experience in mind. Designed by Ray Mandel, a top driver in many off road circuits, the track has been featured in Off Road magazine, has been home to the XRRA (Xtreme Rock Racing Association) National championships, as well as attracting racers nationwide for the annual R.O.C – RAM Off-Road Challenge. The park itself is 86 acres of highly varying terrain that lends itself perfectly to giving visitors a taste of many different challenges. From easy to “OMG!”, there is something for everyone! Family owned and operated RAM welcomes young drivers and families too.

Located Near These Regional Cities: Colorado Springs, Fountain, Northgate, Peyton, Lamar, Monument

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Thunder Valley Motocross

Vehicle Types: Motocross

Address: 701 South Rooney Road, Lakewood, Colorado 80465

Contact Phone Number: 303-697-1003

Description: Thunder Valley Motocross is a world class motocross facility located just 15 minutes from a Denver, Colorado.

Located Near These Regional Cities: Denver, Aurora, Golden, Idaho Springs, Coal Creek Canyon

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Valley Dirt Riders Motocross

Vehicle Types: ATV - Motocross

Address: 20998 Interstate 25 Frontage Rd, Johnstown, Colorado

Contact Phone Number: 303-477-6979

Description: The VDR complex is located in northern Colorado with easy access from I-25. Valley Dirt Riders has been holding races and providing a recreational riding area for over 30 years. VDR holds many events through out the year, including motocross races that are a part of the SRAC (Sports Riders Association of Colorado) motocross championship series.

Located Near These Regional Cities: Denver, Aurora, Golden, Loveland, Fort Collins

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Watkins Motocross

Vehicle Types: ATV - Motocross

Address: 29701 East Jewell Avenue, Watkins, CO

eMail: watkinsmotocross@yahoo.com
Contact Phone Number: 303-341-6309

Description: Watkins Motocross Track has a full size pro motocross track, intermediate track and a pee wee track for the kids. Open riding areas available. Only ATV and Dirt bikes allowed. Rentals are not available.

Located Near These Regional Cities: Denver, Aurora, Golden, Watkins, Bennett

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