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Super fun road easy trail for all vehicles. Barely any snow 1-9-19 there is a off shoot at the very end if you go on it it is definitely a hard trail

Fun trail. Did it today to test out my new (to me) stock ‘18 JLU Rubicon. Not much snow. Good views and just enough obstacle challenges to scare my 12 y.o. daughter.

off road driving
18 days ago

Very fun trail did it in a 2008 4Runner and a 2008 fj cruiser little bit of snow this time of year but not a lot to affect trail conditions to bad

off road driving
19 days ago

Trail was closed

Drove this last Sunday in my stock 4 door 2016 rubicon. A little snow & Ice in a few places but not bad. Rocky at the start but gets easier the further you go.

off road driving
1 month ago

Did the trail today in my stock 2018 Tacoma TRD off-road. Fun little trail! Nothing that pushed my truck too hard. The initial climb from the Gross side has a few flexy/rocky sections that required some line choice, after that the trail eased up. Mostly dry today with a small amount of snow and ice.

off road driving
2 months ago

Just a reminder regarding a statement on a previous review, if you encounter a locked gate, you should not go around it. Bypassing locked gates and/or going off trail encourages others to follow in the tracks and is what gets trails shut down. Rollins pass and Jenny Creek are fun trails, really fun to do some snow bashing!

Drive this last weekend in my stock JK rubicon. Made it 5-6 miles in before the snow became too much for the Jeep. Definitely need to come back once it melts, I only saw people with snowmobiles out there when I went so mid November is too late in the season for my Jeep.

off road driving
2 months ago

Disclaimer!if you follow the GPS you'll come to the start of the trail there's a little turnaround area and the road leads to left with the signs saying no parking gate ahead turn around here. ignore this! there's no closed gate. While you're driving on this road there will be signs everywhere saying no trespassing private property, this road doesn't appear to be private property it is a access road to get back to all the houses that are back here. Just stay on the trail and you'll be fine. Shortly after horse trailer parking the road dirt and really smooth. I just turned around and went back. trail in took like 35min and that was stopping for pictures and waypoint entry.
Trail was moderate but on the EZ side of moderate. Some narrow paths for the first mile maybe.
2013 Jeep unlimited sport, 4inch lift on 22inch 35's tires. stock Jeep could do this Trail

off road driving
2 months ago

About 3.5 miles from the summit parking lot the road turns to ice right as the Rogers Pass sign comes into view. Bring a friend and a winch or chain up if you plan on going past the gate at the bottom of the trussel. I had a fox sniffing my tires as I was writing this :)

off road driving
2 months ago

Harder than expected - mostly due to time of year. North face had a good amount of slush and snow this weekend 10/20. I run a 18 T4R OR with sliders and full skids. I used the skids a lot! I wouldn’t run the trail again until I get a lift. This was prob my last run of the season and it didn’t disappoint. Just beware if you don’t have good clearance!

off road driving
2 months ago

Good confidence builder for a beginner. Any stock 4x4 with off road tires and no rear sway bar should be able to handle this short trail. Going east to west just after the trail begins there is a rocky rutted climb that will force you to choose a good line if you don’t have a locker. Just up from that there is an off camber where your passenger side will be rock climbing while your driver side is flirting with the edge. The rest is just a power line right of way with some minor wash outs.

1993 Explorer stock, no rear sway bar,
31” Km2 M/T

off road driving
3 months ago

Nice little trail. Just let the suspension do it’s thing in a couple of spots and threw around some mud in a few times. Not technical at all but my passengers were thrilled.

2017 JKU 2” BB lift 33” Duratracs @ 25psi. I always air down for comfort and peace of mind, regardless of technicality of trail.

off road driving
3 months ago

Great views from the top ran it at night not too long ago and didn't find it particularly challenging. Lots of camping spots and offshoots to explore. Wish needle's eye was open though.


update: as of 12/18/18 its snowed in. made it with a buddy about 7 miles up before bottoming out in 3ft if snow. don't think anyone is making it passed where we stopped lol.

good, did it in my 2008 RAM stock

Did it in a stock 2014 Nissan frontier with my 5 year old and one year old And wife had no problems had 30 psi Leftkit would be nice but not necessary

off road driving
3 months ago

Great trail in Polaris Ranger Crew 570-4! Love the scenery (old trestles). Need off-road capability to get to end of trail (before closed tunnel).

Great easy trail. Did this in my 2018 stock JL Rubicon.

off road driving
4 months ago

Excellent trail. A little scary going down the back of Webster pass (on your way to the start of Red Cone) as if gets a little narrow in one specific spot but other then that it was an excellent trail with some great fall colors!
We did air down which made the ride a lot smoother and a little easier in the narrower spots. Also, the water in the river was low at the beginning of the trail.
Wasn’t too crowed when we went on Saturday . I love this trail!

I literally felt like I had reached a pot of gold at the end of the Moon and Gamble Gulch trail in Black Hawk, Colorado. Not because there was some fantastic view at the end of the trial, no ending climax here, instead the entire length of the trail was a wave of emotions fueled in part by anxiety, quick thinking, heavy breaking and most of all a ludicrous amount of profanity worthy of any fine pirate vessel; what was my pot of gold then? Getting out without a single scratch, dent, or broken part in what I undoubtedly thought would be the day I would roll off of a narrow one way road.
Would I do it again you ask? Does a Pirate drink rum?

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Did it for the first time this past weekend. Moon gulch definitely sketched me out where it's all leaning to the edge but I made it no problem in my xj. There are lots of offshoots to the main trail so this could have a lot of potential for camping and such. Only saw 2 FJ's on the trail. Not the most fun in my opinion but it's a nice area.

off road driving
4 months ago

Drove this trail in a stock tired old GMC Jimmy and kinda got hooked on off-roading. This trail is easy and has a few great views. About a week after this trip I did a full suspension rebuild for my Jimmy and lifted it 2.5 inches. Super excited to hit more trails.

off road driving
4 months ago

Took my gmc Jimmy up there and camped. When you come to a fork in the road right is private land blocked off and left is the actual trail. Pretty great camping spots actually. Easy drive trail. Saw a Subaru Outback after dark.

off road driving
4 months ago

Pretty mellow trail. Good for people just starting to wheel. Jenny creek, although now rerouted, is a little more techy if your wanting a bit more of challenge. Took a bit for the snow to fully melt though.

off road driving
4 months ago

Have done Webster Pass the last two years. Numerous times. Always a good trail. Nothing too technical until you start climbing the pass. Because it is so narrow and right on the cliff side. But this pass stays open all summer and fall and part of spring. Would not recommend Red Cone unless you are hardcore and have some really good brakes. Good views and moderate wheeling.

off road driving
4 months ago

Scenic enough but not amazing. Off reading is easy, requiring 4wd (at times) and some stock compact truck or Jeep clearance (at times). Enjoyable and easy off road trail for anything that is stock rugged.
Just drove Moon Gulch. Before hitting Gamble Gulch we jumped over to Pickle Gulch.
99 TJ 33x12.5s, 3" lift, 4.56s with a Detroit rear differential.

off road driving
4 months ago

Didn’t get real far until came across a “private road” sign. Seemed to be clearly marked as 332A but didn’t feel like arguing with any angry land owners. Turned around before getting even half way.

off road driving
4 months ago

Pretty fun drive and not too technical. We couldn't do the end switchbacks as someone left their jeep parked across the road. This was my 1st ever off road drive, and ended up following a group of jeeps which was great. I would say no problem for beginners, just don't be afraid to take it slow. For what it's worth I have a lifted rubicon tj on 35's, but there were guys in stock jks rolling through no problem.

im a beginner when it comes to offroading. it was fun and easy in a stock pro4x xterra. not sure how sedans can do this trail in some areas...

off road driving
4 months ago

This trail isn’t open for off road driving all the way to the top. If you want to get to the pass lookout you have to get out and walk the last 1.5miles. The tunnel near the top of the pass is permanently closed. If you head back down the trail once you get to Yankee Doodle lake turn left on to boulder wagon road and then stay right which will take you on Jenny Creek Trail. Once on Jenny Creek keep your eyes on the left side of the trail in about 2000ft there will be a trail up to the left that is gated as a service road. This gate is easy to traverse around on the high side of the mountain. Once on the service road follow along and it will connect you with the pre existing boulder wagon road. This road will reconnect you with Rollins Pass Rd on the opposite side of the tunnel. HOWEVER THE LAST 1000ft OF BOULDER WAGON RD IS EXTREMELY STEEP AND ROCKY. ATTEMPT AT YOUR OWN RISK. I was in a 2013 Jeep Wrangler JK with a 4” lift and 35” tires and I barely made it. This is not for the faint of heart as this section of the trail is on the ridge line with steep declines on both sides. Use your best judgment. Once you reconnect with Rollins Pass Rd if you go left it will take you to the closed tunnel and if you go right it will take you to the lookout. If you do not wish to go down the steep decline the way that you came up you can take County HWY 80 down on the opposite side of the mountain and it will spit you out at Winter Park. I attempted this trail August 22nd 2018 and there was minimal snow on the mountain side and no snow present on the trail. Hope this helps! Be safe and have fun!

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