Red Cone Pass is a towering 12,801 foot summit that can only be accessed via a steep gravel road. Along the mountain ridge towards Red Cone Pass, the one way road becomes narrow with tremendous vertical drops on both sides. Once traversed, UTVs will travel down a series of switchbacks to the ghost town of Webster.
In the middle of nowhere Utah is one of the most unique riding experiences you can tackle. 45 degree angle side roosts, open flats to clear out the cobwebs and depending on the time of year you visit, little to no neighbors. This is a bucket list location.
Oh, you haven't been to Sand Hollow State Park? You have no idea how much you're missing. Hundreds of miles of open terrain filled with powder soft dunes next to an enormous lake. Sand not your thing? Take a slight left and you're in world class technical rock climbing. This place is amazing.
We tackled one of the premiere trails in the central Colorado area known locally as The Gulches. This expansive section of pristine trails opens up in several directions to take in some epic views from the top of Colorado's famous mountain peaks.
Just outside of Central City, Colorado is a haven for OHV fans. Because of it's ideal proximity to Denver at only 60 minutes away, you'll have to compete with dozens of other riders along this vast trail system, we think it's worth it.
Taylor Park is one of the premiere OHV locations in Colorado with thousands of pristine trails for both ATV and UTV. Set up basecamp at one of the dozens of cabins and drive directly to the trails each day.
High above Georgetown Colorado is the Argentine mountain pass. Crawling over 13,000 feet provides some of the best views of the Rockies. This pass can get hairy in the winter so make sure to pack correctly and go with a wingman/wingwoman.