Quarry Road

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4.9/5 (13 reviews)
Woodland Park, Colorado (Douglas County)
Last Updated: 05/23/2023
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Quarry Road is a hidden treasure in the Rainbow Falls Trail Network near Woodland Park, Colorado. It's a moderate trail with a significant long rock climb challenge. This climb tests new and experienced drivers, but it's easier than the nearby Mini-Moab on Flake Road. Once you conquer the climb, you're rewarded with a nice drive through the Colorado forest with scenic views of the Front Range and Pikes Peak. With challenges and beauty, Quarry Road is a must-visit for off-roaders.


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4.9/5 (13)
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Rated 5/5
Visited: 09/09/2023
Difficulty Accuracy: Spot On

Hit this trail around 9am. Beautiful area, super fun trail. A couple more technical spots. But managed to get thru everything in a stock Tacoma TRD OffRoad with a spotter and good placement!
Trail Review: Quarry Road - Jack.sos
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Visited: 05/20/2023

As Quarry Road in Colorado sees increased usage, it's evolving beautifully - its key obstacle has seen more digging, and the trail is now rockier than ever. This trail is not just gaining a reputation as a challenging route but as a unique experience. While I was here it was super wet with at least one area pictured with a deep puddle that felt a little sketchy driving through.
Trail Review: Quarry Road - JD Marshall
Trail Review: Quarry Road - JD Marshall
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Rated 5/5
Visited: 04/29/2023
Difficulty Accuracy: Spot On

Trail is dry. Ran it with Lifted 5th Gen 4Runner on 33s, 1 Stock Wrangler on 33s, 1 Stock 5th Gen 4Runner, lift 3rd Gen Tacoma on 33s, and a Wrangler on 37s. When headed up the obstacle the right side towards the tree is the easiest. No one high centered or scraped. Lifted vehicles on 33s can take the middle or left side just fine.
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Visited: 10/15/2022

Ran this in reverse today, no major changes to note but the rock climb is more dug out and difficult. It's well on its way to being another mini Moab.
Trail Review: Quarry Road - JD Marshall
Trail Review: Quarry Road - JD Marshall
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Rated 5/5
Visited: 01/31/2022
Difficulty Accuracy: Spot On

Ran this trail and a few others with some friends yesterday. Most the snow is packed down with tracks. Always a fun time over here but I'd definitely go in the morning. Once that snow melts during the day it could get slippery and sloshy quick. However it was the perfect level of frozen/crunchy to have great traction.
Trail Review: Quarry Road - Domonick Burch
Trail Review: Quarry Road - Domonick Burch

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