Roll Over Road

Monument, Colorado (El Paso County)

Last Updated: 03/21/2021
3.7 / 5 ( 3 reviews )
Highlight: Roll Over Road
This trail just off Schubarth Road doesn’t get nearly the attention it’s feeder does but has its own scenery and rock feature to note. At the end of the easy 3-mile trek is a massive rock feature that you can walk on and camp near. Standing on top of this giant rock lets you get lofty views of the valley created by South Beaver Creek. The trail itself weaves through the forest and is less-traveled than some of its neighbors. It can be a good way to beat the crowd in the summer. The trails in this portion of the Pike National Forest are also packed full of other recreation destinations and nearby is the Rampart Reservoir. Built in the 1960s, the 13 billion gallon water source is a destination for fishermen, non-motorized watercraft, and those just looking to be a beach bum in Colorado. Near that is the Farish Recreation Area, a mountain resort reserved for military members and their families. Snow wheeling is a blast in this area with lots of off-camber spots and frozen creeks to drive through. Add Roll Over Road to any of the connecting trails to make a loop and a full day of wheeling any time of the year.
For individual use only, not to be shared.