Colorado ATV Trails

Best Colorado ATV Trails & Off Road Dirt Bike Trails CO

Colorado ATV trails and dirt bike trails offer some of the most scenic off road riding areas in the United States. Rider Destinations lists the best off road ATV & motorcycle trails in Colorado, including maps, directions, trail reviews, videos, and other Colorado off road trail information. Colorado State Law requires all off road vehicles to have an Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) permit. Colorado’s motto for off-road is “Stay The Trail.” Search below to find your next Colorado ATV trail destination.

Allenspark OHV Trails

Allenspark is located in the southeast corner of the Rocky Mountain National Park, northwest of Boulder, Colorado. Allenspark is a small town that was established in 1918. There are many things to do here including fishing, hiking, riding ATV’s and jeeping. Allenspark is a host to winter skiing, so it makes this OHV spot a popular place in the summer/fall time …

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Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests

Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests are located west of Boulder, Co. Now, Arapaho National Forest is administered as the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests. These two National Forests cover a great part of Northern Central Colorado. The trails are open to dirt bikes, ATV’s and OHV’s. All OHV’s must be registered with Colorado State Parks and meet all state regulations …

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Bangs Canyon Dirt Bike & ATV Trail

Bangs Canyon is located just southwest of Grand Junction, Colorado. It is home to many dirt bike, ATV and UTV trails. Also, Bangs Canyon has great jeeping trails.  The landscape is filled with many high-desert canyons and plateaus offering stunning views of Grand Mesa and Grand Valley. There are other trails for non-motorized activities so all motorized travel begins at …

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Bocco Mountain Trail

Bocco Mountain is located just outside of Wolcott, Colorado. It is just north of I-70 and west of the 131. Bocco Mountain is home to 18 miles of single-track trails for dirt bikes. To ensure safety, riders are asked to follow the specified direction that the trail map indicates. Trails also include ATV’s, UTV’s and Jeeps. Something to watch for is …

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Grand Valley OHV

Grand Valley OHV Area is north of I-70 out of Grand Junction, Colorado. It is located in Mesa County, Co. The area is open to many off-roading adventures. There is 17 square miles of trails to be discovered and ridden. It is an open landscape with little shade. The land is owned by BLM and riding is open within the …

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Lefthand Canyon OHV Trail

TEMPORARILY CLOSED Lefthand Canyon OHV Trail is located in Boulder County Colorado. Boulder is located northwest of Denver, Colorado. Lefthand Canyon is open to all off-road vehicles. The Lefthand Canyon trail is adopted by the Trailridge Runners 4wd Club. There is limited number of trailers off of Lefthand Canyon Drive.  Location: Boulder County, Colorado Trail Type: A lot of jeep and …

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Mosquito Pass OHV Trail

Mosquito Pass Trail is located in Lake County, Colorado which is just outside of Leadville. That means high elevation. Most, if not all the trail system is above 10,000 ft. That means just be prepared and check your vehicle to make sure things can be set for high elevation. It’s a trail system that should take anywhere from 2-4 hours …

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North Divide OHV Area

North Divide OHV riding area is located northwest of Colorado Springs, Colorado. North Divide is home to many ATV and single track trails. There is plenty of riding to be done here. Many days could be occupied in exploring all the trails available. Location: Northwest of Colorado Springs, CO Trail Type: Single Track and ATV trails OHV’s: Motorcycle, ATV, Jeep Best Time …

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Rollins Pass East OHV Trail

Rollins Pass East is an approximately 12 mile four-wheel drive trail. Leaving from Rollinsville, Colorado the road winds it’s way up the mountain. Along the way enjoy great scenery mixed with a lot of great history. There are two roads leading up to the top of the mountain. One road comes from the west and another one comes from the east. At the …

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Snyder and Willow Creek Trails

Snyder and Willow Creek trails are located northwest of Denver, Colorado. This riding area is home to many trails creating numerous loops and rides of different lengths and difficulties. There is a lot of single track as well as ATV trails. Definitely make sure to check conditions and take precautions for other riders on the trails. You can ride here …

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