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of Natural Resources
Colorado State Parks also publishes a Colorado Off-Highway Vehicle
Program brochure which includes information on where to ride and promotes safe, low-impact
riding. Along with color photos of ATVs, trail bikes, and 4WD vehicles in spectacular
scenery, the brochure lists BLM and national forest office and includes a map of public
lands. Single copies of both publications are free.
For regulations and info on Colorado ATV riding, contact:
Colorado Div. of Parks & Outdoor Recreation
1313 Sherman St. Room 618
Denver, Co. 80203
Phone: (303) 866-3437
For OHV routes & maps on National Forests, contact:
USDA Forest Service
Rocky Mountain Region
P.O. Box 25127
Lakewood, Co. 80225
Phone: (303) 275-5350
For OHV routes & maps on BLM land, contact:
Bureau of Land Management
Colorado State Office
2850 Youngfield St.
Lakewood, Co. 80215
Phone: (303) 239-3600
Info: Loveland Pass Exit off of I-70, head towards Keystone Ski Resort Area. From the
resort, follow the signs to Montezuma. (About 6 miles). Past Montezuma the road is gravel,
and you need to watch for a large parking area on the right. This is the start of the
network of trails comprising the Deer Trail System.
The East Leon Trail
Info: Trail is accessed via the Leroux Creek road which runs north from
Highway 92 at the Lazear Junction, about 3 miles west of Hotchkiss. The parking area is
about 15 miles north of that junction. The other trails are connected to these
The Green Mountain Trail
Info: Trail is easily accessed from what is known locally as the
Round Corral. This location is on the southern side of the Grand Mesa
National Forest at the point
where the forest boundary crosses the Surface Creek Road. It is about 10 miles north of
the town of Cedaredge via Highway 65, then U-50 Road, and finally Surface Creek Road.
Tincup/Cumberland/Hancock Loop Trail
Info: This loop system begins in St. Elmo (16 miles from Buena Vista).
One trailhead at either side of town. Both will take you to the Taylor Park Reservoir Area
Taylor Pass / Pearl Pass
Info: Trailhead is south of Aspen, at the end of Castle Creek Rd.