Here are some of our favorite ATV Trails:

Rio Grande National Forrest

Distance: .1 miles

Difficulty: Beginner to Intermediate  (7,000-14,000+ft.)

Located directly across the street, this national forrest offers an abundance of multi-use trails, which include multiple rest stops with incredible mountain and valley views.

Alder Bench #799

Distance: 1.5 miles

Difficulty: Intermediate (8,400 - 8,900ft.)

This is for motorcycles ONLY! Starting at Alder Creek Guard Station, the path is steep, narrow and rocky.

Cathedral #794

Distance: 3.25 miles

Difficulty: Beginner to Intermediate (9,370 - 10,960 ft.)

Motorcycles are recommended. The trail begins at Cathedral campground, fairly easy up to the rock, but from there the trail climbs and can be steep and rocky, ending at Groundhog park.

Embargo Creek #792

Distance: 6 miles

Difficulty: Intermediate (8,500-12,000ft.)

Motorcycles here ONLY! Head towards Cathedral Campground and follow the road up to the end, where the trail starts. You will find a nice trail wading through spruce and aspen trees along a creek.

Middle Alder Creek #797

Distance: 5.7 miles

Difficulty: Intermediate

Motorcycle friendly. The trail starts at the first switchback past Alder Creek Guard Station. It then crosses a small creek with a lot of windfall.4 miles up you can find an abandoned cabin and sawmill site.

Tewksberry Trail #842

Distance: 5 miles

Difficulty: Intermediate

Motorcycle friendly. Follow Beaver Creek Road a couple miles until you see a sign stating "Tewksberry Trail" on your right. Follow that road, and behind the horse corrals you can find the trail.

West Bear Creek #932

Distance: 2.5 miles

Difficulty: Intermediate (8,400-9,200ft.)

Motorcycles are recommended. Follow Bear Creek Rd. 614 to the dead-end, this is where the trail starts.