|A wide array of settings are available for off-highway vehicle use on Colorado's public lands. Opportunities include steep mountain trails, open sand dunes and much more. This activity is a thrilling way to explore the diverse landscapes that exist throughout this spectacular state.|
Visitors must abide by off-highway vehicle designations on BLM public lands. Recreation areas may be classified as either open, limited or closed to off-highway vehicle use:
Open - Off-road use is permitted, given that it does not result in disturbance, damage or destruction of the environment; wildlife; cultural, historical or paleontological resources; or government or private property.
Limited - Vehicle use is restricted as defined in the associated land use plan. Limitations may include designations such as "limited to existing roads and trails," "limited to designated roads and trails," or seasonal limitations such as "no vehicle use during elk calving season."
Closed - All motorized vehicle use is prohibited.
For additional information, contact the local BLM field office for the area you are planning to visit.