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Michael Bonner reviewed Rampart Range Road
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Off Road DrivingGreat!

Gorgeous range road. Lots of stops for camping, hiking, biking. Really cool piece of country to see. Colorado visitor must see for sure. weather conditions 2 weeks ago was really nice. A little bumpy, not hard to traverse. Went from Sedalia to Woodland Park in my 4Runner. It was a cool trip.

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Michael Bonner reviewed Gold Camp Road
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Off Road DrivingGreat!

lots of great views, a few twisty turns and hairpins. Nothing crazy, I wouldn't do it in the snow without 4x4. Weather is super nice today, lots of sun. No snow.

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Claudia Pohl reviewed Crystal Lake Trail
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Sameer Surampalli reviewed Slaughterhouse Gulch OHV Trail
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Off Road DrivingGreat!IcySnow

I live nearby, I love this trail. We went two days after it snowed about 6 inches. There were a few people who clearly made it through, but I also found where people noped the fuck out. I had to drop into 4Lo more than I wanted, but that's okay, that's what it's for. I was the first one through several sections, no real issues. Right now, you need 4Lo. V8 4Runner, 285s, 3" lift, long travel suspension. It's supposed to snow tonight too, so be careful if you traverse without at least 33s and a lift. Not stock friendly rn.

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Ilise Merritt reviewed Jones Pass
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Hiking

Moderate. Needs a little more snow.

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Michelle Kegley reviewed Penrose Commons Loop
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Hiking

lots of fun. a few tricky spots to be sure we cleared the large rocks going up. went in my 2016 4runner on 33s.

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Shari Schwarz reviewed Crystal Lake Trail
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HikingGreat!Snow

We hiked on Sunday morning 11/22 and just went to the first lake. It was cold at first but we warmed up quick and it was a beautiful day without wind. We had on trail running shoes and had no problem with the packed snow and a few slick spots. It was much less traveled than Mohawk lakes so that was nice. The views are incredible once you get to tree line. So worth it!

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Off Road Driving

Amazing!! I did this mid-October starting with Ophir and ending in ouray and it was beautiful! Lots of yellow at the bottom, not much except rocks at the top. I’m my opinion, although not too technical, Ophir had the largest pucker factor due to the loose shale and bad footing. Imogene was awesome.. scary parts had decent footing. I did it fast since I started late and definitely tested my skid plates likely as a result. I would have decent clearance and 4x4.. don’t think lockers are necessary. Tons of fun.. do it!!

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Yellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarNovember 24, 2020
Off Road DrivingRocky

We ran Chinaman on Sat 11/21 in my 2019 RZR XP 4 Turbo S Velocity. Being daylight savings time and the duration it took us to get there from Denver we started about 2:00. It was the dogs first taste and had precious cargo so we took it slow with the obstacles starting right quick. I would like to run this trail again in the summer with more daylight. We made it to the Wailtail and proceeded up and back from there. The one spot on the initial long climb in I'd call a tight s turn with large Boulder(s)climb presented the greatest challenge. I think it was due to the width of the wide body RZR and prob the experience level I have at this point with the machine. Theres just not much room for error and with a good confident spotter you should have no prob. Definitely would recommend augmented vehicles with lift and frt locker would certainly help. Stock would be dicey with good experience but you would most likely come out with some bumps and bruises. Great trail with amazing scenery!

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Mike P. reviewed Picketwire Canyon Trail
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Hands down one of the most incredible experiences I have had on a trail and a true adventure. One of the very very few gems left in my opinion even compared to the Havasupai trail we completed last year. They are hard to find but the Ancient Native American petroglyphs quickly made this a favorite for me. I took a chance going alone after reading that you need tour guides to find the rock art. The glyphs I came across here were amazing. So much more than just a hike it felt like I was going back in time thousands of years when I sat on top of the canyon rim and looked out knowing that the Indians at one time had stood at that very location waiting for the food that would sustain them or the enemy that they might attack. The glyphs I found had at one time been high up on the canyon wall but had fallen and stumbled nearly to the bottom of it. I spent an hour scaling the base of the cliffs with no turnout until my down climb when I noticed a small hand carving. When I reached up high to get a good photo I was speachless at the sight of an entire canvas, most of which appears to have weathered off after the huge piece of stone broke loose from the wall. Still has some truly amazing stories to tell though and made this half day detour 110% worth it. Maybe not everyone will agree judging off the mixed reviews here, but for those seeking the fullest form of adventure like I have chased my whole life this should not be passed up.

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Haris Covic reviewed Hackett Gulch OHV Trail
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Off Road Driving

I would love to taste this trail

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Alejandro Delgado reviewed Bridal Veil Falls OHV Route
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HikingIcy
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David Wheeler reviewed Gulch OHV Trail
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Off Road DrivingGreat!

Pretty fun trail. There’s usually a decent amount of people out near here. Plenty to do between fishing, hunting, and camping. Most of the road is pretty easy and no problem for pretty much any 4x4. There is some more narrow and steep stuff to get into if you take some of the side roads

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Jessica Marie reviewed Loch Lomond [CLOSED]
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Hiking

inThere is still a sign up stating the trail is closed due to fires - we turned around at the gate. Hoping to head back in the spring

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Michelle W reviewed Wheeler Lake
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HikingGreat!Icy

Closer to 8 miles than the 6.9 on all trails. Huge patches of ice in spots so crampons are highly recommended. Didn’t need snowshoes just yet.

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Emily Welter reviewed Rampart Range Road
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Off Road DrivingGreat!

Meh, underwhelming. The washboard is terrible, the views are beautiful but not worth the drive.

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Off Road DrivingSnow
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Kyle Czajkowski reviewed Grizzly Lake
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HikingIcySnow

(Did this on Sunday Nov 22 2020) The hike itself was covered in 5 inches to 3 feet of snow for 95% of the route (majority of the route maybe a foot and a half). We brought gaiters and microspikes, the spikes weren't necessary with how deep the snow was. But the gaiters made the day 10,000 times less wet. We left our snowshoes in the car (mistake), they would have made the hike much better. We were able to follow a pair of tracks for some of the route until we caught up to the couple making the footprints (thanks for breaking trail!), then we continued up to the lake. It was fairly easy to follow the snow covered trail/road without tracks as it's pretty wide, and cut trees dot the side of the path. We had the lake to ourselves with no motorized vehicles able to make it up the snow packed trail. Late fall/winter is definitely the time to do this one (with the right gear)! Roads 162 and 295 driving in were fairly slick in the valley where the sun doesn't quite hit the road (packed snow). However, most cars could make the drive right now. The road getting up to the actual trailhead goes right next to some houses and looks a little like a driveway, so you could miss it. No parking up that way right now with the snow, we parked along 295 where there are a few roadside spots and a parking lot near the Iron Chest Mine trailhead with about a foot of snow and maybe room for 3 vehicles (if you can make it through the snow).

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Fidan Gashi reviewed Balanced Rock OHV Road
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Off Road Driving

Good trail to waste 3 hours on

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Gregory Morton reviewed Picketwire Canyon Trail
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HikingGreat!No shade

Fantastic hike and a nice change of pace from the mountains. Easy, well marked trail with plenty of mileage markers to the points of interest. I did the hike to the dino tracks, not the full length.

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Patrick Pipes reviewed China Wall OHV Trail
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Off Road DrivingGreat!Off trail

Fun trail. I saw some stock jeeps doing it, so its doable but I wouldn't suggest it. There are two gates, one is definitely more of a challenge then the other coming in. As others have said a spotter would be a good idea or you best have a wench with you. Nothing that you can't get out of, but why ruin someone's day because you weren't prepared.

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Fidan Gashi reviewed Schubarth OHV Trail
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Off Road Driving

Very fun trail, 4wd is required for 2 obstacles, the rest of it is just woops a lot of fun.

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Derek Skellchock reviewed Bunce School and Ironclads Loop
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Off Road DrivingGreat!Private propertyRocky

Trail is a great all around 4x4 trail. Plane crash site is off road 203, this road has some nice technical areas. stock vehicles enter at your own risk. Ironclad loop is pretty easy. Good easy fun, great for beginners to moderate.

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