(Updated on 08/04/2023)
If you enjoy collecting the badges you earn when completing the Jeep® Badge of Honor trails, we have compiled a concise list for you to start checking them off one by one. These trails are scattered from east to west and range in difficulty from easy to extreme. The list always seems to be evolving. Click the links to read each Trails Offroad Trail Guide listed in alphabetical order below.
Not surprisingly, Utah has the most Jeep® Badge of Honor trails, with a total of ten. There are 68 trails or parks across 25 states to conquer. The two most remote trails are Black Gap 4x4 Trail in Big Bend National Park near the Mexican border and Monument Ridge near Teton National Park.
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Both of these trails lay within the Stony Lonesome OHV Park.
- Gut Buster is actually trail #17, while #508 is the Access Road.
- Trail #404
- Switchback to Who's Your Daddy #500
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Arizona has thousands of miles of off-road jeep trails to explore, many of which we consider world-class. If you take on Schnebly Hill, you might as well add Broken Arrow to your day as well.
- Schnebly Hill Trail
- Table Mesa Road - (our guide includes New River Canyon.)
- Backway to Crown King
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These trails will surely pump your adrenaline within the Hot Springs OHV Park.
- Fun Run
- Rubicon Ridge
- Quartz Canyon New in 2023
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California has some of the best offroad opportunities in the country. Perhaps the most famous offroad trail is on this list, The Rubicon Trail.
- Dusy Ershim
- Gold Mountain
- Holcomb Creek
- John Bull
- Pinyon Mountain Trail
- The Rubicon Trail
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Colorado is also home to some of the most famous offroad jeep trails. We recommend you don't limit yourself to just these trails, as there are hundreds of other amazing trails to explore.
- Black Bear Pass
- Engineer Pass
- Holy Cross
- Imogene Pass
- Ophir Pass
- Poughkeepsie Gulch
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- Tread Lightly Four Wheel Drive Way. We now have the complete trail guide for this fun offroad trail in Florida!
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Beasley Knob is a system of trails within the Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forests. Believe it or not, Georgia has several fun and exciting off-road jeep trails to explore.
- Beasley Knob, OHV, is an area with several different trails. 93C Nicholson Gap will give you access to all of them and is a good place to start. You would need to drive seven trails to conquer the area.
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All of these trails lie within the Redbird State Recreation Area. Redbird State Recreation area utilizes a color coding system different from what you find on Trails Offroad.
The Park describes its map colors as follows:
Green = Beginner Level, Easiest
Blue = Intermediate Level, More Difficult
Black = Advanced Level, Most Difficult
Red = Expert Level, Extremely DIfficult
- Trail #2X
- Trail #3
- Trail #3X
- Trail #5 combines 5 Green, 5 Blue, and 5X.
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These trails make their BOH debut in 2023 within the Kansas Rocks Recreation Park.
- C2 New in 2023
- Rattlesnake Alley New in 2023
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- Turkey Bay has hundreds of potential trails.
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If you have never made your way to Drummond Island, now is a great time to start planning!
- South Marble Head Loop
- Holly Oaks ORV Park. Holly Oaks is an offroad park with several options, from mild to wild. The Lower Loop is a good starter route to familiarize yourself with the Park when visiting.
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All within the Southern Missouri Off-Road Ranch (SMORR).
- Guard Rail
- Pee Wee's Crossing
- Cougar Crossing New in 2023
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- Black Tail Wild Bill Trail combines several trails: Blacktail OHV Trail, aka Blacktail - Wildbill ORV Trail, Upper Dayton Creek, Wild Bill Eagle Mountain Trail, and the Original Blacktail OHV Trail.
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- Rocky Gap
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Jericho Mountain is an off-road park in New Hampshire. The Park separates its full-size trails into colors using the following system:
- Green: Easiest. A lightly modified vehicle with at least 33" tires and a winch is recommended.
- Blue: More Difficult: A modified vehicle with at least 35" tires, a locker, and a winch is recommended.
- Black: Most Difficult. A heavily modified vehicle with at least 38" tires, a locker, and a winch is mandatory.
- Red: Extreme. Custom-built vehicles with at least 40" tires, (2) lockers, (2) winches, and a roll cage are mandatory.
Of those categories, the Greens and Blacks make up most of the Park, with the Reds and Blues being very short. While the trails referenced as "green" might make it sound that these trails are "easy," the Park notates them as the "easiest" in the Park, which they are. But that doesn't make them easy based on the Trails Offroad rating system.
We have guides on the "Green" section of the network.
- Jericho Mountain 4x4 Trail
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Don't bypass the other great trails in the Uwharrie National Forest while taking this monster on.
- Dickey Bell Trail #91
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All within Tillamook State Park, these trails surely will not disappoint. Check out all the other excellent off-road jeep trails in this area.
- Cedar Tree #13
- Firebreak 5 #14
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- Crawl Daddy
- Crawler Ridge
- Trail #11
- Barney Rubble New in 2023
- Fern Ridge New in 2023
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- New in 2021 - Gulches Offroad Vehicle Park. The Gulches is an offroad park with dozens and dozens of short trails.
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All of these fine trails are within Windrock Park.
- Panther Rock Trail #51
- Trail #16
- Trail #26
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Close to Mexico, Big Bend National Park will not disappoint!
- Black Gap 4x4 Trail
- Northwest ORV Park
- Hidden Falls Adventure Park
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It is no wonder that Utah leads the list with 11 trails. Most of these are within the immediate area of Moab, considered one of the best places to explore off-road jeep trails.
- Cliff Hanger
- Elephant Hill
- Fins and Things
- Hell's Revenge
- Hole in the Rock
- Metal Masher
- Poison Spider
- Pritchett Canyon
- Steel Bender
- Top of the World
- Golden Spike
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- Peters Mill Run
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- Bearwallow - The Hatfield - McCoy Trail System. Bearwallow is a park, not a specific trail. You can find the Outer Green Loop as a good gateway trail to drive.
See all Wyoming trails.
It is no wonder that Wyoming finally made it to the list. Such an incredible state with so many trails!
- Monument Ridge
To find out how to collect your badges, head over to Jeep® Badge of Honor and download the app.