Grizzly Jeep Road

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Grizzly Jeep Trail is a beautiful high alpine road located in the Flat Tops of the White River National Forest. It travels through an extremely delicate environment, so staying on the trail and packing out all trash is very important. Grizzly Cow Camp is the destination on the trail with primitive camping and some truly incredible alpine views. The trail is an experience with a variety of obstacles, gorgeous scenery, and a good possibility of seeing wildlife. The trail connects Coffee Pot Road with White Owl Lake and Transfer Trail, making it a perfect trail for a quick ride or as an addition while running other trails in the area. The trail can have some deep, sticky mud holes depending on the time of year and recent weather, so definitely do try this one alone. Also, one rutty rock ledge will challenge vehicles that do not have rock sliders or larger tires. This trail is best suited for experienced drivers in a modified vehicle on larger tires.

The only established campsite along this trail is at the Grizzly Cow Camp. It is a Primitive campsite without any facilities, only an established fire pit.