Pierson Park Road

Estes Park, Colorado

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Lightly-used scenic backroad that runs parallel to Highway 7 from Estes Park to Meeker Park. ATVs allowed inside marked forest gates. Steep and rocky in places. Suitable for most 4WD, high-clearance SUVs.

Pierson Park Road Professional Review and Guide

"Lightly-used scenic backroad that runs parallel to Highway 7 from Estes Park to Meeker Park. ATVs allowed inside marked forest gates. Steep and rocky in places. Suitable for most 4WD, high-clearance SUVs."

Activity Type: Off-Highway Drives
Nearby City: Estes Park
Distance: 12.6
Trail Type: Shuttle
Difficulty: Moderate
Duration: 2.5-3 hours
Local Contacts: Roosevelt National Forest
Local Maps: Trails Illustrated #101, DeLorme’s Colorado Atlas & Gazetteer
Driving Directions: Directions to Pierson Park Road

Recent Trail Reviews

5/17/2018
1

See usda website, this road has sustained damage and you can no longer traverse the entire trail


8/20/2011
0

I've run this trail each year at least once for the past 4 years. It has always been a very fun trail. There are a couple sections that can be a bit tricky if you're new to 4 wheeling. There is one small ledge that if you run north-south may catch your rear bumper. Run south to north, it is a fun challenge. Though this trail is less heavily traveled than some of the nearby trails, there are many blind corners that can lead to sudden encounters with other vehicles/ATVs/dirtbikes.


6/29/2010
0

Great trail. Only two spots that were moderately difficult, but very do-able for my stock Wrangler Unlimited Sahara. Ran into mountain bike tours- exercise caution coming around tight corners. I hope to hit this trail one more time before we leave this area. It took us right around 3hrs and we took our time.


8/16/2007
0

Very rocky but you should not have any trouble as long as it is dry. Some of sections are very tight and steep switch backs.



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