Explore the most popular off road driving trails near Bellvue with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

hiking
1 day ago

Road was closed to 4x4 traffic. Tough/steep hike for first 2 miles. Dogs enjoyed the hike and we saw turkeys and a young male moose. Saw a few mountain bike tracks but had the trail to ourselves.

off road driving
2 months ago

Winter is the best time for seven mile a lot more challenging and fun

The trail was fun. Did one of the side trails that provided a couple deep trenches and some large rocks..the TJ & JKUR had no problems reaching the top.
My only complaint is the trail is NOT marked when entering from the town of Rustic. Only thing marking the trail was a blank piece of plywood on a stick in the ground. Luckily we ran into a couple that told us that was the spot to turn. Other than that..a very easy trail for a couple of beginners in built Jeeps.

off road driving
4 months ago

Went two days ago. Challenging areas but very beautiful. I went in stock Renegade trailhawk she did great.

Did this one first time at night NO off road lights. stock yj. found lots of snow.

off road driving
5 months ago

Trails a lot of fun today.

off road driving
7 months ago

first thirty minutes is the best

off road driving
8 months ago

Great trail! Went up through the original start of the trail in my JKU, trail is a little narrow in spots. Full size trucks won't make it all the way. Need a lifted vehicle for sure.

off road driving
8 months ago

This trail had some challenging sections, but also had some beautiful views. Be mindful of the rocks, some of them are very sharp. I have a 94' yj with stock suspension and it made it through with very little trouble.

Awesome trail ran it with a stock xj and lifted wj during a downpour both made it with ease, very scenic, awesome water crossings!

went to trial it was everything I expected we only had 4 hours to spend we wanted to come back off the mountain before dark we will return when we have about 10 hours to spin we have not even tapped half of the trail took time for some love making since we were all alone usually Trail is dry as a bone but this time there was rain and we had time to get mud on the outside and mud on the inside

off road driving
10 months ago

Parts are tough. Not because of distance or elevation gain but you have to maneuver around so many down trees. Beginning and end are pretty clear but in the middle it's tough. Hike to the top is worth it though.

One of my favorites. Easy drive even with a stock height truck. I've done it with a stock 95 GMC Sonoma and a stock 93 Nissan Pathfinder. If going with stock height there are a couple sections where tire placement is a bit more critical but with a spotter it's a breeze. Several fantastic spots to camp along the trail, and at least one that has enough room for a group to camp (3 or 4 trucks worth of tents and people). Bring firewood and pack out what you pack in. It's well worth the drive and time. But make sure to get there early because it has become quite popular and the best camp spots are grabbed quick.

off road driving
10 months ago

Really great trail! I've driven it 4 times. I think all do it again this Fourth of July but this time as a night trail run. This is a very steep exciting trail that doesn't require any strategic driving. No ledges, straight drops, or lines to pick. Airing down is not required except for comfort. There is a rock quarry at the top that you can do some additional fun stuff with. I love the tight quarters and the scenic views.

off road driving
10 months ago

Drove it today. Great condition. Only went in about two miles though. Will be back!!

hiking
11 months ago

We enjoyed an out and back hike of about 5 miles. The trail is a forest road often used for 4 wheeling. The gate was closed, so we had the trail to ourselves. A bit over two miles in is a knoll that offers some great, nearly panoramic, views.

The old road is hardly recognizable now after the fire and subsequent wash out.

Monday, February 13, 2017

First 1.5mi is very steep. View is great about 2-2.5 miles in. Not sure how busy this trail would be in the summer with vehicles and dirt bikes.

Sunday, August 14, 2016

great trail, good climbing.

on Moody Hill Trail

Thursday, August 11, 2016

good trail beginning is kinda steep but fun.

Thursday, August 11, 2016

great trail, lots of campsites along the trail. couple good climbs on it.

This trail was closed when I went. They had two giant trees pulled infront of the trailhead. I went a little further down the road and found some random trails, so overall it was fun.

Thursday, July 18, 2013

I liked it. For the most part the trail wasn't very stressful at all, but still offered some "fun" obstacles. A stock JK and JKU rubicon traversed it with no problems.

off road driving
Friday, June 01, 2012

Rock quarry is a great spot to tool around and grab some lunch! Watch out for the ruts in the meadow just before the fork in the road...they can be unfriendly to quads!

off road driving
Saturday, October 22, 2011

I would rate the first section of this trail as difficult.

hiking
Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Really cool variety of woods on this trail-spooky areas with large bolders, tree graveyards, areas of tall, thin trees crowding each other for space. This trail was probably stunning 1-2 weeks ago but we missed most of the aspen colors-mostly fallen :( but still a cool hike. Lots of uphill and my knees took a beating on the way down but it was still fun. No hikers, just a few dirt bikers and ATV people but not annoying. I'm going to try and catch this next year earlier with hopes to see the aspens in full color.

hiking
Tuesday, October 11, 2011

I hiked this trail in early October. It was gorgeous with all the Aspen groves. The hike was fairly easy, uphill on an old mining road. It was by far one of the best hikes I had ever done when in search of Aspen in the fall. Really enjoyable and easy to find the trailhead.

Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Moody is great. Its not too long of a drive from Fort Collins and is easy to find. It is a pretty advanced trail, but I was able to do it with my stock JK. With a good amount of four wheeling experience, you can come up the front with a bit of work. You also have the option of coming in through the back which is much easier and can easily be completed by any stock 4 wheel drive vehicle. There are some very nice secluded camping spots here. A favorite of mine.

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