Confirmed Road

4.8/5 (10 reviews)
Lake George, Colorado (Park County)
Last Updated: 09/25/2022

Trail Information


Confirmed Road doesn't have a fancy name but does offer some serious off-roading in the area. For those looking to get away from the 4x4 crowds on trails like the nearby China Wall Road, this is a great alternative. A good number of the trails in the 110-square mile Badger Flats Trail Network are simple trails that are even maintained at some level; Confirmed Road is not. That lack of regular maintenance means that the trail is a little more difficult, technical, and of course, fun. The real payoff on this trail is just after the hill climb after cresting towards Figure 9 Road. The view of the mountains on the descent is breathtaking and picture-worthy all the way down.

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Trail Reviews

4.8/5 (10)
Official Crew
Visited: 09/25/2022

I was checking on trails in the area and there are no major changes to this trail, but it's bumper than it used to be.
Visited: 07/25/2021

Ran this trail from west to east in the Power Wagon. The trail itself was fun, but it did get narrow in a few spots. There was a lot of overgrowth since I think most vehicles using the trail are UTV's, but we only saw two at the beginning of the trail. It was a great trail for my wife to get some practice as a spotter. Never had to use the lockers, but I did have it in 4L for a good chunk of the trail.
Rated 5/5
Visited: 07/21/2021

Came off Beryllium and ran to WPt 3. Although not hard, there are some "interesting" obstacles to make you question your choice. Most are just narrow spots, but throw in a hard turn and a tree.... well you get the idea. There are bypasses for these but what fun is taking one of those unless you are driving a long wheelbase vehicle.
Rated 5/5
Visited: 06/01/2021

Great trail, enough obstacles to keep your attention but no threat of serious damage, my Xterra has about 12" of clearance between the frame and ground, and I am running 32 tires. I ended up catching the sliders pretty good twice, once was as I rolled over a loose rock it kicked up, the second I came down a rock step and caught it. I didn't have to use my locker but I tried the optional obstacle and it won. It ripped off the tire valve so I had to throw on my spare. Be aware that this trail is pretty narrow and a little overgrown in places, I wouldn't recommend a full size rig and any vehicle will probably end up with some pin striping. There was zero snow on or off the trail, but it did get a little slick in places, no problem with all terrain tires. DOWNLOAD MAPS BEFORE YOU GO there is no signal on the trail, it can make finding your way back a little interesting, not a serious threat of getting lost but still not something you want to worry about.
Visited: 04/04/2021

Super fun trail. Not much snow remains. A few side obstacles to hit as well. It's a fairly rocky road. I think 4 is a fair trail rating. Probably a good challenge for a bone stock but capable 4x4. My lifted 3rd gen 4runner on 33s had no issues.

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