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    O/T Jeep trails close to Denver?

    Now That i got ride of my 4x2 truck i picked up a 2013 Jeep wrangler Sport and since my wife has a 2013 Jeep GC as well but she wont let me take that off road , So how close are some starter trails to drive on? I have looked on some forums but cant find a good site ! O/T Jeep trails close to Denver?-imag0939.jpg

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    I don't know specific trails close to Denver, but this site has a comprehensive list of trails.

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    You can take that thing up around Buchannan Pass and Camp Dick in the Indian Peaks Wilderness... not any time soon because of the snow, but once it all melts. My buddy and I took his stock Jeep up there last fall. A little hairy at times, but all doable.

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    Thanks Guys That so far is alot of help !
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    Switzerland Trail/Gordon Gulch, Caribou, and Bunce are all good entry level 4wd roads. Pole Hill and Pierson Park up by Estes are good, too.

    For what it's worth, i don't think this is off topic at all. You'll no doubt find some good riding, too. There's a lot of jeep roads around here that are fun on 2 wheels.

    Edit - as was pointed out, though, you're going to be waiting a while. Sitzerland Trail/Gordon Gulch are the only decent things I know of east of the Peak to Peak that will thaw anytime remotely close.
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    Quote Originally Posted by smmokan View Post
    ... not any time soon because of the snow, but once it all melts...
    If you want to scuff up those tires sooner, there's a jeep road up out of Salida that would be dry enough now. CR173 goes up behind Tenderfoot Hill (aka S-Mountain). It's pretty tame for the most part, but it will have some off-camber and loose babyhead action for you.

    And then you could do some riding.

    And then the drinking...

    Your wife can drive home.
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    Thanks Dave and TomP Lots of good info !
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    Red Cone.

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    I've got a 99 Cherokee with stock suspension and 30s and have been on all those I've listed without a problem. And I'm not a Jeeper so to speak. I like to keep my vehicle undamaged and in good shape
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    I live north of Black Hawk on 119, and there's a lot of trails up here. some of them are closed right now (the FSRs), but there's quite a few that aren't. and with the nice temps, the snow's been melting. I drive a 98 TJ and hit the trails when we can. there's quite a bit up here between Black Hawk and Nederland.

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    Slaughterhouse is a good one. That was the first trail I did in my XJ. Only about a half an hour up 285 from C-470.

    Snow over there can get deep in the winter. I don't suggest going down the South side of the gulch without shovels and chains until March probably.

    ..ask me how I know.

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    Take I-70 to Empire. At Main Street take a right. Eventually the road becomes dirt and keeps climbing. Follow the signs to Bill Moore Lake. It's waaaaay fun!

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    I'm surprised so many MTB'ers choose four wheels and not two for their motorized OHV fix.

    I guess it's Jeeping is a family activity and it's kinda hard to take the family out on a dirt bike?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve71 View Post
    I'm surprised so many MTB'ers choose four wheels and not two for their motorized OHV fix.

    I guess it's Jeeping is a family activity and it's kinda hard to take the family out on a dirt bike?
    For me 4-wheeling is almost exclusively a way to get into someplace where I want to fish, hunt, or camp. Or a way to get somebody up into it who isn't into hours of granny gear on a bike.

    But for pure empty calories, I'm gonna see some stuff from the seat of this thing in 2014:

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    I don't necessarily have a motorized OHV fix, per se, but it's nice to have some jeep roads close. My Jeep is my daily driver so when I'm solo with my girls we like to go crashing around the forest, camp, etc.

    Plus, my wife would kill me if I brought home a moto. Doesn't mean it won't happen someday, though
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    Quote Originally Posted by TomP View Post
    For me 4-wheeling is almost exclusively a way to get into someplace where I want to fish, hunt, or camp. Or a way to get somebody up into it who isn't into hours of granny gear on a bike.

    But for pure empty calories, I'm gonna see some stuff from the seat of this thing in 2014:
    A plated DRZ, awesome! You're gonna love it I'm sure. If you ever want to hit up the trails around KP / Breckenridge shoot me a PM.

    Quote Originally Posted by ignazjr View Post
    I don't necessarily have a motorized OHV fix, per se, but it's nice to have some jeep roads close. My Jeep is my daily driver so when I'm solo with my girls we like to go crashing around the forest, camp, etc.

    Plus, my wife would kill me if I brought home a moto. Doesn't mean it won't happen someday, though
    Makes sense. Nothing beats a jeep and a tent for getting away (far away) with the family and you can easily bring MTB's along.

    Would your wife kill you for financial reasons, or does she worry you'd kill yourself (before she got the chance)? Or both...
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    Front Range 4x4 Forums is a fun site, met a lot of great folks there. As far as trails go how difficult are you willing to go? How far are you willing to drive?

    TrailDamage.com is a great site to find a lot of trails, it has an ok rating scale. Right now is a hard time for 4 wheeling, many of the trails are covered in snow. China Wall in Lake George is always a great year round run.

    Feel free to PM me in you have any questions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SkaredShtles View Post
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    Patriot trails in Penrose ) kidding I use to have a buggy I would drag down there and they are nasty body damage is not likly it is going to happen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SkaredShtles View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by scar View Post


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    Red Cone may not be the type of trail you are looking for, but you could certianly do Webster Pass up and over in your JK. I have a couple of jeeps, a 97 TJ with mild mods and bone stock 09 Rubicon 4dr, and you would be surprised at what you jeep with stock tires could do. That being said, the snow will keep you off most of the trails for a couple more months, unless you head south a bit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve71 View Post
    I'm surprised so many MTB'ers choose four wheels and not two for their motorized OHV fix.

    I guess it's Jeeping is a family activity and it's kinda hard to take the family out on a dirt bike?
    I occasionally have to drive jeep roads for work, but it's not something I do for enjoyment. Would much rather leave the noise and exhaust fumes at the TH.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve71 View Post
    A plated DRZ, awesome! You're gonna love it I'm sure. If you ever want to hit up the trails around KP / Breckenridge shoot me a PM...
    It's a killer bike. A little on the heavy side for a beginner attempting singletrack, but it's pretty fun. I got a brother-in-law deal on it from a friend. It's a 400 E, so it was the pure offroad version but with electric start. It was plated after the fact, which is cool. Street legal but still a real offroad bike not a dual sport.

    I may take you up on the Kenosha/Breck tour guiding. Might hold you back though, I'm pretty cautious!
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    I've got a titled and plated CRF450X as well.



    and I don't suggest Bill Moore Lake to anyone rocking a stock height, high clearance 4x4 without a solid set of sliders. The flooding last year caused Mill Creek to overflow onto the trail. The trail was practically a creek itself, and a lot of trail was eroded away leaving nice big holes and dog sized rocks in the trail everywhere. This trail is no longer rated properly on traildamage.com it is much more difficult now than it was a year ago.



    This was during the flooding. Luckily after this it cleared up for a sick weekend of fishing the lakes above Bill Moore. Byron and Ethel. (Lake Ethel is the source of the Mill Creek System) Both Ethel and Byron are above treeline and there are no trails to them. Gorgeous though..


    (This is Byron from Lake Ethel's elevation, down in the valley below treeline is where Bill Moore Lake sits)


    (This is Lake Ethel, it's a pretty creepy feeling knowing it's some 65 feet deep. It's dead quiet up there @ 13,000ish feet too.)

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    Nice Thanks ! cant wait for the snow to melt !
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    Lefthand OHV area has some trails, not sure what they are like after the floods tho. Also if you head up baseline over past walker ranch there is a 4x4 road that cuts over to magnolia. Grab a map and you can find some good ones.

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    You should go play around on Illinois Gulch, Missouri Gulch and the Rainbow falls area 9Just outside of Woodland Park). There are obstacles you can try out or skip all together. It's mostly dirt road, but it's a start

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    Quote Originally Posted by YETI_Chris View Post
    Now That i got ride of my 4x2 truck i picked up a 2013 Jeep wrangler Sport and since my wife has a 2013 Jeep GC as well but she wont let me take that off road , So how close are some starter trails to drive on? I have looked on some forums but cant find a good site ! Click image for larger version. 

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    Thanks for the help !
    Lots of good trails listed in this thread so far, Red Cone being my favorite. With a stock JK you can probably do more than you think. Bill Moore isn't that tough, but it was a bit rockier this year than last. A great trail that's close to Denver (not listed so far) is Barbour Fork in Idaho Springs. Take Soda Creek road until it ends and your'e there. It's closed until June 14th, but once it opens it's a fun little trail to try out.

    I'll be sure and invite you out on one of my next outings, probably will be doing Chinaman Gulch down in Salida in the next month. The last I heard there were huge snowdrifts that made getting to the parking lot impossible without a winch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bizzarre View Post
    Lots of good trails listed in this thread so far, Red Cone being my favorite. With a stock JK you can probably do more than you think. Bill Moore isn't that tough, but it was a bit rockier this year than last. A great trail that's close to Denver (not listed so far) is Barbour Fork in Idaho Springs. Take Soda Creek road until it ends and your'e there. It's closed until June 14th, but once it opens it's a fun little trail to try out.

    I'll be sure and invite you out on one of my next outings, probably will be doing Chinaman Gulch down in Salida in the next month. The last I heard there were huge snowdrifts that made getting to the parking lot impossible without a winch.
    Took a buddy in a stock 02 Frontier over Rad Cone last year, was a good time. Bill moore is fun. Did Barbour fork late last season, the floods have changed that trail for sure, however it is still passable in a stock rig.

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    When summer comes around Loch Lomond is a easy for stockers as is Chins Lake and Kingston Peak. All of those are also close to Denver.

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    Definitely! I've got a '96 Disco with about a 2.5" lift on it. Outside of Moab trails, Red Cone has been my favorite trail to date...and Barbour Fork just b/c it's closest to the house!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dusky21 View Post
    Lefthand OHV area has some trails, not sure what they are like after the floods tho. Also if you head up baseline over past walker ranch there is a 4x4 road that cuts over to magnolia. Grab a map and you can find some good ones.
    Left Hand OHV will be closed indefinitely since the floods. As of right now, the USFS has zero plans to reopen Left Hand OHV any time soon. Bummer, too, cause there is some really good riding in there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ignazjr View Post
    Left Hand OHV will be closed indefinitely since the floods. As of right now, the USFS has zero plans to reopen Left Hand OHV any time soon. Bummer, too, cause there is some really good riding in there.
    That's not entirely true. They/We do have plans to reopen it. It's just not high on the priority list, or anywhere near the budget. However if you spread the word and want to actually do something to help; It's going to take thousands of volunteer hours to make it happen any time soon. However you can get involved. It's not been forgotten about. Thousands of people from hikers, four wheelers, atv riders, motorcyclists, and mountain bikers use these trail systems every year. It would be interesting to see who shows up to fix them when they're 'effed up. The lean mean granola eating California cyclists or the four wheeling and motorcycling guys who are supposedly ruining everything...

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    Sounds like we need to have a FR MTBR Jeep run?

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    Hah! Brett - Didn't I just buy your WJ?

    I agree though. MTBR / FR wheeling trip. What's everyone doing this weekend?

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    Quote Originally Posted by The.Dude.Abides. View Post
    That's not entirely true. They/We do have plans to reopen it. It's just not high on the priority list, or anywhere near the budget. However if you spread the word and want to actually do something to help; It's going to take thousands of volunteer hours to make it happen any time soon. However you can get involved. It's not been forgotten about.
    I did say anytime soon For what it's worth, the USFS rep that I spoke with about a month ago about this area said a couple things of note. Not a single gun or 4wd group has reached out to them about Left Hand OHV. For a timeline to reopen, they are talking 2-3 years minimum and they don't know what/who it will be open to when that happens.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TomP View Post
    It's a killer bike. A little on the heavy side for a beginner attempting singletrack, but it's pretty fun. I got a brother-in-law deal on it from a friend. It's a 400 E, so it was the pure offroad version but with electric start. It was plated after the fact, which is cool. Street legal but still a real offroad bike not a dual sport.

    I may take you up on the Kenosha/Breck tour guiding. Might hold you back though, I'm pretty cautious!
    Yeah, I'm quite surprised to see you can plate just about any bike in CO - even a two stroke.

    I'm happy to ride at whatever pace, I've only been riding a few years myself...

    Caution is a good thing, especially coming from a mountain bike. Motos seem to ride so familiar, until they don't... like when you're going 50+ mph and need to bunny hop a hidden rain rut.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zrm View Post
    I occasionally have to drive jeep roads for work, but it's not something I do for enjoyment. Would much rather leave the noise and exhaust fumes at the TH.
    I can't wait for suitable electric bikes to materialize. I seldom ride on my property (even though it's legal) out of respect for my neighbors. However, in a couple of years, when the electrics get a bit lighter, I will be building/riding on my land all summer.
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    That'd be fun!

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    Around my house we think of the garage as just one great big mountain recreation toy box. a bunch of bikes, a bunch of ski gear, a couple hundred pounds of climbing and camping gear, enough fishing gear to be dangerous and pick your poison of three different 4x4's.

    (okay, technically one of them won't even come close to fitting in the garage, but whatever you get what i mean)

    getting out onto some of the jeep roads opens up a lot of possibilities that can go hand in hand with the human powered recreation. get out there and explore, lots of good recommendations from others already in the thread here.

    the 4x4's have been especially big for us enjoying the desert and moab areas and enabling us to have "rest days" that are still spent in the mountains.

    one of my personal favorite outings is rollins pass and jenny creek. especially when i tag along with the rising sun 4x4 group to bash some of the snow drifts early season. i highly advise that you try to meeting some people who are experienced drivers, you can learn a lot really quick and have a ton of fun without freaking out just by having a bit more experience out with ya.

    also... DO NOT fall into the trap of bolting a bunch of crap onto your jeep. do no start looking at "lift kits" in catalogs. you have a nice looking jeep there... and if you have fun with it and want to go further, you need to start investing in TOOLS. if working on 4x4's is not your thing, then you need to leave it stock and just enjoy it the way it is.

    you'll be astounded as to what it can do in stock form. 3/4 of the trails within 2 hours of denver basically.

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    I have a stock two door JK, will definitely be looking to get out more this summer for some scenic wheeling. The stock 32" BFG M/T's are do for replacement this year, hoping to bump up to 33's for a little more clearance but maintaining the daily driver status.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pearl-drum-man View Post
    I have a stock two door JK, will definitely be looking to get out more this summer for some scenic wheeling. The stock 32" BFG M/T's are do for replacement this year, hoping to bump up to 33's for a little more clearance but maintaining the daily driver status.
    I went all over CO on 235 85/16's (32") you will be just fine!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Funrover View Post
    I went all over CO on 235 85/16's (32") you will be just fine!
    Yeah I have done a lot of wheeling with less tire in the past (my former 2000 TJ had stock 30" tires on it), but I figure if I am buying tires anyways I will bump it up a bit.
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    O/T Jeep trails close to Denver?

    I've been working on mine all winter getting ready for this year. I enjoy working on it as much as my bike though it has also taken resources away from the mtb. As others have said it's a great family activity and I support all the trail advocacy groups for 4wd as well. I would also recommend checking out the Mile Hi Jeep Club to connect with other wheelers.

    Anyway, after a lot of weekends under my 05 Unlimited I now have 4.5 lift, discos, sye and shaft, rear 44 w/limited slip, and am running 285's (slightly bigger than 33's). It's capable but I still shy away from Spring Creek...

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    I just read that Chinaman Gulch is open now down in the Buena Vista area...trying to find time in the next few weeks if anyone is open for this one.

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