Slaughterhouse Road (aka Slaughterhouse Gulch)

Bailey, Colorado (Park County)

Last Updated: 09/12/2021
4.5 / 5 ( 39 reviews )
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Status: Open
Typically Open: 06/16 - 11/30
Length: 8.24 miles
Highest Elevation: 9814 feet
Duration: About 2 hours
Shape of Trail: Loop
Best Direction to Travel: West
Nearest Town: Bailey
Nearest Town w/ Services: Bailey
Official Road Name: 101, 105
Management Agency: Pike National Forest
District: South Platte Ranger District

Highlights

Highlight: Slaughterhouse Road (aka Slaughterhouse Gulch)
Near the edge of Bailey, CO, Slaughterhouse Gulch is a fun and memorable offroad trail that is a classic among Colorado locals. The 8-mile loop has a good number of small obstacles, and you can make a whole day out of climbing up and down the rocky sections of the trail. While the trail isn’t very scenic by Colorado standards, the aspen groves turn a beautiful gold in the fall before the trail closes for the season and can draw leaf-peeping crowds. Multiple large parking areas and the trail's proximity to 285 and County Road 43 make Slaughterhouse Road good for large groups looking for a place to wheel together. Its popularity means that there can often be many people on the trail on the weekends, so weekdays to avoid crowds is recommended. This traffic also means that people tend to look for alternative off-roading hours and night-wheeling; this trail is very popular in the summer since there aren’t many dangerous drop-offs, just a lot of dirt. Slaughterhouse Gulch is a popular Colorado trail that anyone living along the front range should take some time to visit at least once. Spend a day out here to get your rig dirty and meet some other wheelers while you’re at it.

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Waypoints

1. Trailhead & Parking Lot on Saddlestring Road (0 mi)
The trailhead is to the right of this yellow sign and begins just off County Road 43 on Saddlestring Road. There is a large parking area across from the trailhead where large groups can air down and ATV users sometimes park their towing rigs.

Directions to Trailhead

Starting Point: Bailey, CO

At the intersection of US Hwy 285 N & Co Rd 43A, head north on Co Rd 43A at the intersection Co Rd 43A turns slightly right and becomes Deer Creek Rd/Dellwood Dr, Follow Deer Creek Rd for 6.1 miles, turn left onto Saddlestring Road for .03 miles to the large parking lot. The trailhead is on the right.

Camping

Dispersed

Land Use Issues

Due to PSI Lawsuit, no motor vehicles permitted Jan 01 - May 15. The Gate at waypoint 6 has been closed by the forest service for reclamation of the area. The mud holes back there have been permanently closed.

Trail Reviews (68)

Author: Official Crew
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Status: Open
Difficulty Accuracy: Harder
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I saw JD's review and since this trail is just a few miles from my house, I wanted to see how it looked. There's still one paper sign about the closure, but no barricades and all gates are open. Rather than repair the washout, the FS just created a bypass and blocked the bad section. There are a LOT of new water breaks throughout the trail, some of them are huge, so watch your break-over angle. They added one huge water break that cuts all the way across the big rocky hill on the south side of the loop. That should make some lines more ... interesting. There is plenty of new weathering here and there, notice the pic of the mini-wash out down by the bottom parking area (between WP 11 and 12). I agree with others, the south side of the loop has gotten a lot rougher and the rock obstacles are pretty gnarly. Even the bypasses are pretty rough, but still doable in a stock truck. I'm not sure a 3 really cuts it anymore. Maybe a 4. We ran across a hunter in a stock Ford Expedition (on street tires) who got himself hung up trying to turn around (right at WP 7). We were able to yank him out and get him turned around. (No pictures to protect his dignity. ;) )
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Status: Open
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We have been advised that the Forest Service has repaired the damage and that signage and barricade blocking the trail has been removed.
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Status: Partially Open
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Went there yesterday (Aug 30) and did the left half. The trail is a lot rougher than before the rains. The barricade for right half is still up. There was a bulldozer cutting rain diversion bumps on the left half. Did not try right half.
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Status: Partially Open
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Wish I'd see JD's post below before I went up there. Talked to a 4x4 training group guide there, in theory you can run it and stay left at the split, but near the top is a waist-deep washout (they had photos of people standing in it) that's pretty gnarly. As of today they said the forest service closure ordered is drafted, but not signed, so will be in effect soon. Best to avoid until repair work has been done and it's legal to ride again.
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Status: Impassable
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Received word from a rescue group that there is currently a washout on the trail making it impassable. This trail status will get updated as soon as we get confirmation of repair.
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Status: Open
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Ride an 01 XJ, front and rear lockers, 6inch lift and 33s. Got there early on a Saturday, was quiet but def had more showing up as I finished. Went counter clockwise. This is my second season wheeling, not a veteran by any means, thought parts were difficult and used lockers a few times, may not have been necessary. Overall well worthy trail to test your rig and driving skills. Took about 3 hours but we also stopped and scouted a few camp sites. Once your on Saddlestring Rd, don’t turn off till your at the parking lot, all private drives with little turnaround options.
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This was our first time taking this trail. I absolutely love this trail. This one is definitely on my favorites list.
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A perennial favorite, this is usually one of the first more-interesting trails to open for the season. We went at night and we had the trail to ourselves. Very fun.
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Probably won't do this trail ever again. Single lane trail that loops back to where you start. Tons of traffic, slow vehicles, stopped for many minutes at a time waiting for vehicles, and full sized pickups who had a lot of trouble going over some of the off-camber spots. Maybe it was just the day we went but it was definitely nothing to write home about IMO.
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Status: Open
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Fantastic trail!
Author: Official Crew
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Status: Open
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Open for the season.
Author: Official Crew
Status: Seasonal Closure
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The seasonal mud closure is now in effect. This closure is in effect until June 15th, or until conditions are dry enough for the Forest Service to open the gates for the year.
Author: Official Crew
Status: Seasonal Closure
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The seasonal closure of this trail started today.
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Status: Open
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Open until Jan 1 for seasonal closure. Broke an axle shaft on back side. Very icy!
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Status: Open
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Ran this before it closed for the year. Snow wasn’t bad. Definitely icy on the backside and had to take a few runs to get up the hills.
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Status: Open
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I tried this trail today. I would be very cautious doing this trail with snow, there's a very steep hill at one point I made it halfway up and started sliding back down, I would not attempt this again with snow on the ground.
Author: Official Crew
Status: Open
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Lots of snow, lots of ice. Very slippery and sketchy conditions. Don't head in here alone. I stopped at waypoint 2 and walked a ways in, down the counterclockwise direction. Didn't see any tracks heading that way or coming back out. Saw a few trucks come out from the clockwise direction where there were a lot of tracks.
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Status: Open
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We ran counterclockwise. A little icy in the shade but nothing we couldn’t handle. Gorgeous day and no one else on the trail. GX470 lifted and locked 1st Gen Sequoia lifted
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Status: Open
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Calvary 4-Wheelers ran Slaughterhouse Gulch as part of our Fall Fiesta on Saturday, October 17. We had 4 rigs along for the day a stock TJ, a stock JK, a lifted XJ and a lifted TJ. We had not originally planned this trail as part of the day'a run but, when Wellington Lake and Stoney Pass turned out to be graded gravel and we finished before noon, we decided something slightly harder was in order. Slaughterhouse fit the bill perfectly as it was difficult enough to challege the stock rigs but not so hard as to be out of their league. We did bypass a couple of the hardest obstacles and took easier lines on a few more so, if you have a more built rig, you can make it harder. It was a beautiful day although a little cool and breezy and it balanced out the easy morning very well.
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Status: Open
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Awesome trail! I did the loop counter-clockwise as it is in the GPX file. Glad I did it in this direction. The steep hill at waypoint 5 caught me off guard; easy up until this point. I'm still learning how to off-road and this was by far the steepest I've done. A few other spots were a bit technical but I was able to make my way through it all. There are definitely a few more technical lines on the trail and all but a couple have an easier way around them. I will be back for more!
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Fun trail. Not as scenic as others but fun. Has some challenges and close to home!
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Great trail. I had the trail to myself in the afternoon, passed 3 UTVs and one SUV. Since I was alone, I didn't tackle the hill at waypoint 12 after spinning my wheels on both the left and right approach (locker would come in handy there), which meant I ended up driving most of the trail both directions. I found it more challenging going backwards from the description on this website, but most of the optional obstacles were most fun following the directions. The only remaining big puddle has a pretty rutted out drop on one side, which is a bit deceptive. Wasn't too back driving up it though. Some serious stuff to play on here if you want to give your vehicle a test. Not for a beginner or someone with a stock vehicle in my opinion. Came out with no dings or scratches to speak of. 2018 Wrangler JL, 2.5" lift, 35" Duratracs
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Status: Open
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Very fun trail. Lots of different terrain and beautiful views from the top. Video is only for the first 20 minutes or so. To see all my videos go to: JSnowMoto on Youtube
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First time on this trail and we live a quarter mile away from it ... go figure . Anyhow we were both surprised by the diversity of this trail . Easy tree lined and meadow areas to some pretty challenging steep rutted climbs with flex potential. Conditions were dry and were still some mud holes . Overall I see the allure of this trail by the number of 4x4 vehicles we always see coming down 43 to jump into this fun trail .
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This is such a fun trail and a great place to test out your rig. All of the difficult obstacles are avoidable, but at least give them a try to see what you are capable of.
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Ran Slaughterhouse with Wranglers, Cherokees, and Renegades. Fun trail for all kinds of vehicles. We did all the optional obstacles. Used this TrailsOffRoad guide to help me film the video guide linked here.
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Status: Open
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Fun, not to many people there. There was one section (up hill) I had to put it into 4x4. Otherwise it was a nice cool day with family. Not much mud there, there was one puddle that looks super deep but it was only about 12" deep. Felt like sand under water wasn't very soft. I think it was about a 2 hour trip.
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Fun trail. The right amount of cruising and obstacles. Definitely not as busy during the week, we only saw a few people. It took us a couple hours to finish.
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Spent my 60th birthday social distancing with my buddy, did this loop. It's fun either direction you take it. During the week we only encountered one group of MX'rs, twice. Great day. Enough adventure to keep you busy.
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Status: Open
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Our club decided to do this trail on a Sunday knowing that this is a popular trail close to the Denver metro area hoping that it wouldn't be busy but I guess everyone else had the same idea! Overall this trail is easy and a great experience for a beginner but still allowing for some more challenging obstetrical for the more experienced drivers. Even though the trail was busy, it was a great day on the trail!
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Great day on the trail. Mostly pretty easy going with a few intense spots make for a very fun trail. Completed the loop in a stock 2019 Tacoma.
Author: Official Crew
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We took our Rzr out today to shake out the new suspension and tires. Gorgeous weather. Had a blast! The trail is very dusty. Stage 2 fire restrictions. FYI, the metal sign at the trailhead is knocked over. If there hadn't been a group of Jeeps there, we might have missed it.
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Status: Open
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Overall a fun trail that allows for picking which difficulty level you want. Lots of bypasses on the bigger obstacles and a few smaller obstacles with no bypasses. Took me 2 hours total.
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This was my first trail in Colorado and it was perfect for getting my feet wet! Did the trail counter clockwise no problem in my '03 Forester with a 1.5" lift and highway tires. Definitely took some good line choices in a Subaru, but overall it was just challenging enough to be fun! Completed the supplied .gpx file in just under 2 hours which included getting out for video clips and smelling the roses. Great quick loop if you're looking to get out of the house.
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Status: Open
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Close to my house, offers multiple choices for varying difficulty.
Author: Official Crew
Status: Open
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Unlike other reviews below, I officially reached out to the Forest Service rangers and asked about the mud season closures, as others have been lifted. FS responded that Slaughterhouse is indeed open for the season.
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Status: Seasonal Closure
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The trail is not open! Just because the gate is open does not mean you can use the trail. They keep it closed due to mud season, otherwise the trail gets damaged. Please wait for it to open. This is how trails get closed permanently.
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Status: Open
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This trail is open (see Ryan's review below with a note from the Forest Service.) We had a great time! We are fairly new to off-reading and our Wrangler is stock (no lift) with 33" tires - we definitely experienced some more "technical" parts of the trail but had a blast! We went early in the morning (started around 7:30 AM) and by the time we were heading out, the trail was filling up quickly.
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Status: Open
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The trail is technically closed since it's a Platte District forest access trail (Blanket "mud season" closure till June due to C19); however due to private ranch land access, the gate is kept open except Jan - Mar (wildlife recovery time), and is fully accessible. Dozens of rigs, OHVs, etc. out today. Ran the full loop in an hour on a 2-up utility quad w/ over-sized tires. Definitely some rough areas due to grade in places, a few seasonal snowmelt stream crossings to splash watery mud all over you. As always, please stick to the trail, don't abuse the access especially when off-road areas are limited due to COVID currently. Note: USFS fire ban is in effect till May 31st, please keep that in mind if you camp out.
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Status: Seasonal Closure
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Forest Order PISCC-2020-07 seasonal closure for "mud season" runs from April 1 to June 15, 2020, or until rescinded. Here are links to the order (https://www.fs.usda.gov/Internet/FSE_DOCUMENTS/fseprd712842.pdf) and to the map and list of roads/trails (https://www.fs.usda.gov/Internet/FSE_DOCUMENTS/fseprd712843.pdf).
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Status: Seasonal Closure
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- Platte District has closed majority of their access roads until June 15th for "mud season" mitigation, most likely COVID19 measures to reduce traffic Went up end of February on a utility quad, can do about half the loop before it gets too treacherous for even built rigs. Ran into a SXS driver who snapped a 3500lb winch cable trying to get their RZR unstuck and gave them a ride down the mountain. Drifts are easily 1.5'+ in the shade, while sunny areas may be clear all the way down to mud and rock. Gated now to motor vehicles, should be 100% clear in June when it re-opens.
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Ran the loop counter clockwise, snow pack and ice. Once you get to the bottom of the loop and start heading back up the hill is slick. Skinny pedal and good tires will get you through. There were downed trees on the way out but someone managed to get though and cut them all making it wide enough for a Jeep any bigger you might end up having to push some trees out of your way. Deeper snow on the east side of the loop about 8" plus or minus in areas. Made it out without a winch or lockers. Did not try some of the harder obstacles due to snow but great fun. Cant wait to get back at it.
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Status: Open
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Ran counter clockwise good amount of snow/ice in several spots but passable with winch, lockers or good running start. Downed trees mentioned by Erik appeared to have been very recently cleared. Overall trail mediocre but snow/ice made it better and challenging. Doubt I'd return to run it again on clear day.
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Status: Impassable
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Trail impassable due to snow and downed trees. We went right at the loop. No trouble getting up the first hill. We went down the long hill and went maybe another mile or so before running into someone headed the other way. They said there were large trees blocking the trail that they weren't able to cut/winch off the trail and that the snow was very deep. We turned around and got stuck trying to get back up the long hill. There was a full locked jeep on 35 M/Ts that got stuck around the same point and had to winch out. I was able to make slow progress shoveling and using Maxtrax, but with only an LSD and without a winch, I had to call Colorado 4x4 Rescue and Recovery. I would not recommend going anywhere further than the top of the first hill without a winch or if you don't feel like using your winch.
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Slaughterhouse always presents a new line that I didn’t notice the time before...Thanks to the dirt bikers who spotted me and saved my mirror from destruction
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Went up this trail with Matt from On Trail Training (https://www.ontrailtraining.com/) as part of a 4x4 101 course. Highly recommend, and this is trail he uses for instruction. Learned a helluva lot about my rig, trail, and 4x4'ing in general. Most of it was pretty normal going, although a few difficult patches that you need to have some good lines on to transverse. Can always sidestep the hard parts. Dirt bikes were in the vicinity, so be aware of those.
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Status: Open
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What a blast!! Took a few friends who had never been off roading before and it was the perfect trail for showing off. I took all the hard lines and ended up being saved once by my sliders, but still managed to damage my rear bumper. You can go around the hard lines so this is a perfect trail for a mixed group with varying skills/rigs.
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Great trail! It was challenging enough to keep me interested but not so hard that I was stressed about breaking stuff, if you have a wide vehicle I would be concerned about damadge, also be prepared for pinstripes. I drive a xterra on a 2" lift and 265 tires with open diffs and never high centered or got stuck.
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I went up to this trail to test out my new rear axle and locker setup. It's close to Denver, full of pretty scenery, and the "hard" lines will give you a chance to test out your equipment. It took about 2 hours for me, but I stopped a few times to let my dogs run around a bit. Have fun!
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First off, thanks to the Jeep club for maintaining this trail; it's in great shape and is very clean! My wife and I drove the trail today in lifted '18 Rubicon and had zero problems on all areas. Daryl's review below is absolutely spot on...I agree with everything he said. One addition -- for those who like to stop for scenic lunches, there's a great pull-out to the right at about 5.9 miles that is the best along the entire route. (assuming you start your mileage as soon as you turn off of CR43 onto Saddlestring Road and go RIGHT at the loop, or counterclockwise which is the recommended direction) Next review I'll add some photos if I can figure out how!
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I ran this trail with Mile-Hi Jeep Club Patrol 14 on Saturday. The trail is snow free the entire route. The backside of the loop (if you start the loop by taking a right at the fork) is the best part of this trail, especially with a rocky, fun climb. The rest of the trail is mainly a dirt road. If I were rating portions of the trail, most of the trail is worthy of 2 stars, unless you're driving a stock vehicle; and, the rocky climb beginning with the 3 optional hill climbs is 4 stars. This is a great trail for those wanting to stretch their new (or new to them) 4x4 SUV or truck. There are bypasses around anything that will make you too uncomfortable.
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Status: Open
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Ran this last night, trail is in great shape and drier than I expected.
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Awesome trail, my 2.5" lifted 4runner had no issues anywhere and my buddies and I were the only ones up there.
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Status: Seasonal Closure
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Gate is still closed by the forest service. Hopefully things dry up and the closure can be lifted before 5/31! More info on mud season road closures in the area here: https://www.fs.usda.gov/Internet/FSE_DOCUMENTS/fseprd611536.pdf
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Status: Open
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This trail always offers some fun obstacles combined with some pretty scenic views. At times, there can be a decent number of ATV and side-by-side runners, which makes for a decent amount of dust, but the trail never fails to impress. Watch your tire placement on a few of the downhill rock obstacles, near the early side of the loop. I smacked my rear bumper on a few spots, but nothing too scary. There are typically bypasses for most of the tough obstacles, but still, it's a fun trail to run. Enjoy!
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Status: Open
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Dry had a few stock tacoma that completed the trail. Recommend not having running boards when going through the obsticals. A few more obsticals than last year, 2 new areas to fully flex out your suspension.
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Pictures don't really do justice to some of the obstacles on this trail. I, for the most part, am a pick the easiest route kind of offroader(my trial rig is my daily driver), but you could put up some decent challenge on a couple of sections of this trail. We drove through in a Stock 2014 JKU Rubicon. One of the mud holes was steep enough that we scraped the rear bumper on the way in. There were a few rocks that we took careful lines over, and once the breakover angle of the longer wheelbase caused a small scrape on the skid plates inbetween the wheels. There was also one section on the way between waypoint 5 and 6 that was very steep and the main trail looked tougher than the bypass, but the bypass, getting back to the main trail was VERY tippy. In other words this is a pretty cool, varied trail, No shelf roads to freak you out, but challenges can be ramped up to test out your line selection and your rigs capability. There are some steep sections, that will be different depending which way you are running the trail, both directions will have some steep ups and downs. We choose to run it the counterclockwise direction which is how the waypoints are setup. Most of the trail is pretty narrow so keep watch for oncoming traffic to make sure you have room to pass. A fun half day Trip from Denver. We left around 9 and were back at 1:30.
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Love this trail a few spots were a little interesting but overall a great time.
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Status: Open
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Trail is open, mud holes are pretty dry. I bought a new rig to build this year and took er out to try before the build actually begins... Made it both directions with stock xj suspension and a set of 28" (235/75/15) BFGs.
Author: Official Crew
Status: Open
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Trail is open per the South Platte ranger district. The mud season closure is not a set dates closure. If conditions allow, the road can be opened, like it is now.
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Status: Permanently Closed
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Went up there today to test out some things. The forest service has posted a plain white sign that says trail closed April through May even though the gate is open. According to someone I met at the trailhead the Ranger was up the road about a mile handing out tickets. The sign has no official logo and no explanation as to why it's closed.
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Status: Open
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Very little snow, with an emphasis on little. Mostly Rocky and dry. Where there is frozen precipitation it's less than an inch (other than one decent sized puddle).
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Status: Open
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Very little snow, with an emphasis on little. Mostly Rocky and dry. Where there is frozen precipitation it's less than an inch (other than one decent sized puddle).
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Status: Open
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A few of us from CVOT made a veterans day run through slaughter house at around 9 a.m. To our surprise there was zero snow. The trail conditions were very dry loose rock and dirt
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Status: Permanently Closed
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Due to the settlement for trail closures/usage for the PIke and San Isabel Forests, it looks like Slaughterhouse has been closed up for three months during the winter. This sign now exists at the trail.
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Status: Open
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This was a nighttime run on Halloween so we don't have any photos that will really do the trip justice or show anything about the trail. We encountered no snow and only one person got themselves high-centered but easily winched off. Trail is as reported with no significant changes that I can report.
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Status: Open
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We started the morning with 8 Tacomas, and quickly went down to 6 after helping out a stuck vehicle and getting the first two trucks down the hill towards the loop. No one enjoyed this section. There is a lot of ice on this first section, so keep in 1st gear, 4 low, and stay off the brakes. The climbs between waypoints 2 and 3, as well as 5 and 6 were manageable and did not present a major challenge for any of the rigs, as there wasn't much snow in these spots. There was a mix of snow and mud on the rest of the trail, but no new obstacles since the write-up.
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This trail is great to view leaves in the fall!

Questions & Answers (1)

Q: If this is a very popular location what would b the best time to do this trail?
–Shane Mattox (06/04/2020)
–JD Marshall (07/13/2021)

Writer Information

JD Marshall

Mapping Crew - Colorado

Jen & JD moved to Colorado from Chicago in May of 2015 for work and brought with them a 2001 stock Jeep Wrangler that had been garage bound for two years. Within a month of arrival, all rusty 170,000 miles of it was shaking on Colorado trails and they've never stopped. As time as gone on, their 2001 TJ had to be traded and a 2015 Jeep JK has been added to the family. JD works as a Systems Engineer for a cable company and Jen runs a business from their home during the week to pay the bills. When the weekend hits, they're almost always hitting the trail. When Sunday night rolls around, the question turns to, 'so what's next week?!'.
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