Sportsman Road

3.8/5 (12 reviews)
Divide, Colorado (Teller County)
Last Updated: 08/02/2022
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Trail Information

Highlights

This trail off of Cedar Mountain Road is part of the network of trails in Wildcat Canyon. The short connector loops with Forest Service Road 202 and connects to what is left open of Old Stage FS 220. It's not a long trail or well known, but it has some amazing canyon views. If you'd like to get away from the heavy traffic of Hackett Gulch, Longwater Gulch, and Metberry Gulch on a weekend, you can combine this trail with Forest Service Road 202 for a full, fun, and semi-challenging day.

Trail Difficulty and Assessment

Trail Navigation

Trail Reviews

3.8/5 (13 reviews)
This trail guide's difficulty was changed on 08/02/2022
JD Marshall
Official Crew
101450
Status: Open
Visited: 07/03/2022

Visited this trail for new pictures and a new video (to come this winter). The difficulty has been altered a bit to bring it in line with the mild rutting and occasional exposed rock.
Trail Review: Sportsman Road - JD Marshall
Status: Open
Rated 2/5
Visited: 05/23/2021

Ran this trail today. Very easy, I think the rating on this trail might be incorrect. There also seems to be some confusion about where the trail ends and if it continues. Either way ran it down to the bottom and turned around at the gate (opened). I did accidently smoke a rock that was sticking out of the ground so don't take the easy path for granted.
JD Marshall
Official Crew
101450
Status: Open
Visited: 03/21/2021

This trail is open, however, CAUTION. Colorado weather is unpredictable this time of year and there may be the occasional fresh snow fall or mud and melting snow. This trail is in an area of the state where snowfall levels have dropped for the season and the majority of the trails are dry, muddy and/or only have a small bit of snow on them. Again, please use caution if traveling on these trails until the dryer season.
JD Marshall
Official Crew
101450
Status: Impassable
Visited: 12/23/2020

This trail is located at a higher alitude of Colorado and at this time of year should be considered impassable for any regular off-road user. Some people may be able to manage these trails with the correct gear, emergency equipment, and rig. Travel with caution.

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