Idleglen OHV Area ATV Trail

Grand Lake, Colorado

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The trails described here are only a sample of the many trails available. Skilled riders will find many challenges if they explore the entire trail system. Although trailheads are well-marked, it is still easy to get confused as you get deeper into the forest. Don’t ride alone. Beginners should stay on main roads at first. Challenges begin immediately as you wind tightly through the trees above Stillwater Pass Road. The next leg starts easy, but can be difficult during long rainy periods. A steep descent down Trail Creek Loop leads to relatively easy Beaver Line Loop Trail. Return along a narrow twisting trail with many bridges before one final narrow climb back to Stillwater Pass Road. No vehicles wider than 48.

Idleglen OHV Area ATV Trail Professional Review and Guide

"The trails described here are only a sample of the many trails available. Skilled riders will find many challenges if they explore the entire trail system. Although trailheads are well-marked, it is still easy to get confused as you get deeper into the forest. Don’t ride alone. Beginners should stay on main roads at first.

Challenges begin immediately as you wind tightly through the trees above Stillwater Pass Road. The next leg starts easy,
but can be difficult during long rainy periods. A steep descent down Trail Creek Loop leads to relatively easy Beaver Line Loop Trail. Return along a narrow twisting trail with many bridges before one final narrow climb back to Stillwater Pass Road. No vehicles wider than 48."

Activity Type: Off-Highway Drives
Nearby City: Grand Lake
Distance: 18.8
Trail Type: Shuttle
Difficulty: Difficult
Duration: 3 hours
Season: Best summer and fall
Local Contacts: Arapaho National Forest
Local Maps: Arapaho National Forest OFF-HIGHWAY VEHICLE MAP of Stillwater Pass Area.
Driving Directions: Directions to Idleglen OHV Area ATV Trail

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May 2018