U.S. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIORBUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT
|Wolford Mountain OHV Trails|
Wolford Mountain Trail:
This trail climbs 2.3 miles (one-way) over Wolford Mountain outside of Kremmling, Colorado. This trail is ONLY OPEN TO DIRT BIKES FROM JUNE 1ST-SEPTEMBER 14TH. From September 15th- May 31st this is a non-motorized trail. This trail goes from sagebrush habitat up into timber. There are fantastic views of the Gore Range and the Wolford Reservoir.
Cow Gulch Trail:
This trail is approximately 1.5 miles (one-way). From the southern entrance, the single track follows Cow Gulch up the drainage then after a steep but short hill climb, it comes onto sagebrush steppe. This trail can be used to make a bigger loop in the Wolford Mountain Area. Please stay on trails that are marked as open to motorized travel.
This trail is approximately 2.25 miles (entire loop).
This trail is approximately 1.35 miles (one-way). From the western entrance this trail starts on an ATV trail, crosses Muddy Creek (see photo above) and then the the single track takes off to the right.
Old Highway Trail:
This trail is approximately 2.1 miles (one-way). This trail is relatively flat (with large runoff gullies coming from the cliffs) and follows Highway 40 north of Kremmling.
Cow Path Trail:
This trail is approximately 1 miles (one-way).
The Dam Trail:
This trail is approximately 2 miles (one-way).
Big Wolford Loop:
Little Wolford Loop:
Sidewinder Extreme 4x4 Jeep Trail:
This extreme 4x4 trail is .8 miles with one-way travel only (bottom to top). Large boulders and railroad ties were placed in the trail to create this extreme route. Upon exit of the route, follow the signed roads to get back onto County Road 224. For more information and pictures please visit National Public Lands Day 2005.