Bill Andrews

Mapping Crew - Colorado
Trail Reviews: 31800 points
Questions Answered: 800 points
Off-Road Experience:
6+ years
Off-Road Style:
Dirt Roads
My Garage:
  • (6+" lift, 31" tires)
  • 2004 Jeep Wrangler (2 door) (Stock lift, 30" tires)
Bill is an off-road enthusiast with nearly 30 years of 'wheeling experience. At one time he had a streak of about 20 years of 4-wheeling at least once a month. He likes anything from easy, dirt roads to difficult trails but stops short of extreme. Over the years he has traveled over 700 different trails, mostly in Colorado and Utah. He loves finding and exploring new areas and sharing his knowledge with others. He has been the coordinator of Calvary 4-Wheelers for many years.

My Garage (2)

Lift Size: 6+"
Tire Size: 31"
1996 Jeep Cherokee XJ, 6" lift, 31" BFG mud terrains, front d30 with TruTrac and 4.10 gears, rear d44 with ARB and 4.10 gears, RE heavy-duty trac bar, Dodge Durango steering box, steering box brace (I don't remember the brand), older Tomkin bumpers front and rear, rocker sliders, gas tank skid plate, sway bar removed, ViAir compressor, Uniden CB and Wouxun 2m ham radio. In the works: Cross-over steering conversion, major fender trimming and TJ flares.

2004 Jeep Wrangler (2 door)

Lift Size: Stock
Tire Size: 30"
The Wrangler is actually my wife's trail rig but I borrow it from time to time, especially if my Cherokee is down. It is bone stock except for very slightly oversized BFG All-Terrains.

My Trail Reviews (199)

(within last 6 months)
Lost Park Road (01/02/2021)
After we finished running Rock Creek Hills in the snow, we decided to see how far up Lost Creek Road we could go. The lower part of the road was well-tracked and snow packed, slick but passible. The seasonal gate was open. once we got above the seasonal gate the tracks became fewer and the travel became harder. Just before Waypoint 9, someone had left a truck in the middle of the road. The necessitated driving into the ditch on the uphill side of the road for a few hundred feet to get around it. getting back up onto the road was a little challenging. The tracks continued to diminish but we followed them all the way to the end. The road is drivable to the seasonal gate. The upper part of the road is definitely challenging snow wheeling.
Rock Creek Hills (01/02/2021)
Calvary 4-Wheelers took our first trip of 2021 on Saturday, January 2. It was a snow wheeling to Rock Creek Hills. Along for the trip were me, in my wife’s stock TJ, my brother, Rich, in his stock Ford Ranger and my nephew, Jon in his lifted Cherokee. The weather was a little windy in the morning, sunny and pleasant through the middle of the day and cloudy and windy later in the afternoon. We took a meandering route which took us over almost all of the main road and most of the side trails. There were about 4-6 inches of snow with some wind-swept bare spots and occasional drifts up to about a foot and half on some of the side trails. The main road was snowy but well tracked except for a few places in the open where the wind was drifting over the tracks. Some of the side trails were tracked and some we were breaking freshies. We did not bother to chain up but did have to strap out of a couple of drifts and the Ranger needed the winch up one steep, slick hill.
Pisgah (Columbine Cutoff) (12/27/2020)
Based on reports from nearby trails, the trail is probably very difficult or impassible due to snow
Aspen Road (12/27/2020)
Although technically open year-round, Battle Pass (Wyoming Highway 70) is closed for the season making the only access into the area going south from Rawlins. The area is probably impassable due to snow anyway. It is very popular with snowmobiles.
Deep Creek Road (Aspen Alley) (12/27/2020)
Although technically open year-round, Battle Pass (Wyoming Highway 70) is closed for the season making the only access into the area going south from Rawlins. The area is probably impassable due to snow anyway. It is very popular with snowmobiles.
Ditch East (12/27/2020)
Although technically open year-round, Battle Pass (Wyoming Highway 70) is closed for the season making the only access into the area going south from Rawlins. The area is probably impassable due to snow anyway. It is very popular with snowmobiles.
Ditch West (12/27/2020)
Although technically open year-round, Battle Pass (Wyoming Highway 70) is closed for the season making the only access into the area going south from Rawlins. The area is probably impassable due to snow anyway. It is very popular with snowmobiles.
Green Ridge Road (12/27/2020)
Although technically open year-round, Battle Pass (Wyoming Highway 70) is closed for the season making the only access into the area going south from Rawlins. The area is probably impassable due to snow anyway. It is very popular with snowmobiles.
Chair (12/27/2020)
Although the trail is open expect snow and be prepared for difficult conditions.
Little Creek Ridge (12/27/2020)
Although the trail is open expect snow and be prepared for difficult conditions.
East Upham Loop (12/27/2020)
Although the trail is open expect snow and be prepared for difficult conditions.
East Upham Spur (12/27/2020)
Although the trail is open expect snow and be prepared for difficult conditions.
Gordon Gulch (12/27/2020)
Although the trail is open expect snow and be prepared for difficult conditions.
Manitou Destructor (12/27/2020)
Although the trail is open expect snow and be prepared for difficult conditions.
Matchless (12/27/2020)
Although the trail is open expect snow and be prepared for difficult conditions.
Peewink Mountain (12/27/2020)
Although the trail is open expect snow and be prepared for difficult conditions.
Ryan Gulch (12/27/2020)
Although the trail is open expect snow and be prepared for difficult conditions.
Turkey Track Road (12/27/2020)
Although the trail is open expect snow and be prepared for difficult conditions.
Upham Gulch (12/27/2020)
Although the trail is open expect snow and be prepared for difficult conditions.
What (12/27/2020)
Although the trail is open expect snow and be prepared for difficult conditions.
Topaz Mountain/Wallace Gulch (12/27/2020)
Although the seasonal gate is probably not closed yet, the trail is most likely very difficult or impassible due to snow.
Buckeye Mountain (12/27/2020)
The trail is closed for the season
Pawnee Grasslands Reservoir Loop (12/27/2020)
Although I did not run this specific trail, the trails I did run on Pawnee Grasslands on December 26 were clear and dry.
Pawnee Grasslands: New Raymer Loop (12/27/2020)
Although I did not run this specific trail, the trails I did run on Pawnee Grasslands on December 26 were clear and dry.
Pawnee Grasslands Murphy Reservoir (12/27/2020)
Although I did not run this specific trail, the trails I did run on Pawnee Grasslands on December 26 were clear and dry.
Pawnee Grasslands-Keota Loop (12/27/2020)
Although I did not run this specific trail, the trails I did run on Pawnee Grasslands on December 26 were clear and dry.
Upper Apex Road (12/27/2020)
Although the road is plowed and stays open all year, snow-packed icy or drifted conditions may occur. Be prepared for winter driving.
Oh-My-God Road (Virginia Canyon) (12/27/2020)
Although the road is plowed and stays open all year, snow-packed icy or drifted conditions may occur. Be prepared for winter driving.
Moffat Tunnel Road (12/27/2020)
Although the road is plowed and stays open all year, snow-packed icy or drifted conditions may occur. Be prepared for winter driving.
Bald Mountain Road - Arapaho National Forest (12/27/2020)
Although the road is plowed and stays open all year, snow-packed icy or drifted conditions may occur. Be prepared for winter driving.
Apex Valley Road (12/27/2020)
Based on reports from other trails in the area, the upper portion of the trail past the town of Apex is probably very difficult or impassible due to snow.
Baltimore Ridge (12/27/2020)
Based on reports from nearby trails, the trail is probably very difficult or impassible due to snow
Columbine Sale (12/27/2020)
Based on reports from nearby trails, the trail is probably very difficult or impassible due to snow
Dakota Hill (12/27/2020)
Based on reports from nearby trails, the trail is probably very difficult or impassible due to snow
Dakota Hill East (12/27/2020)
Based on reports from nearby trails, the trail is probably very difficult or impassible due to snow
Dakota Hill North (12/27/2020)
Based on reports from nearby trails, the trail is probably very difficult or impassible due to snow
Dakota Hill Spur (12/27/2020)
Based on reports from nearby trails, the trail is probably very difficult or impassible due to snow
Elk Park Road (12/27/2020)
Based on reports from nearby trails, the trail is probably very difficult or impassible due to snow
Freeman Gulch Cutoff aka Miners Ridge (12/27/2020)
Based on reports from nearby trails, the trail is probably very difficult or impassible due to snow
Gamble Gulch (12/27/2020)
Based on reports from nearby trails, the trail is probably very difficult or impassible due to snow
Gamble Gulch Connector (12/27/2020)
Based on reports from nearby trails, the trail is probably very difficult or impassible due to snow
Gamble Spur (12/27/2020)
Based on reports from nearby trails, the trail is probably very difficult or impassible due to snow
Hamlin Gulch (12/27/2020)
Based on reports from nearby trails, the trail is probably very difficult or impassible due to snow
Jumbo Mountain (12/27/2020)
Based on reports from nearby trails, the trail is probably very difficult or impassible due to snow
Lower Yankee West (12/27/2020)
Based on reports from nearby trails, the trail is probably very difficult or impassible due to snow
Mammoth Creek (12/27/2020)
Based on reports from nearby trails, the trail is probably very difficult or impassible due to snow
Mammoth Gulch (12/27/2020)
Based on reports from nearby trails, the trail is probably very difficult or impassible due to snow
Michigan Hill (12/27/2020)
Based on reports from nearby trails, the trail is probably very difficult or impassible due to snow
Moon Gulch (12/27/2020)
Based on reports from nearby trails, the trail is probably very difficult or impassible due to snow
Mosquito Creek Road (12/27/2020)
Based on reports from nearby trails, the trail is probably very difficult or impassible due to snow
Nebraska Hill (12/27/2020)
Based on reports from nearby trails, the trail is probably very difficult or impassible due to snow
Perigo (12/27/2020)
Based on reports from nearby trails, the trail is probably very difficult or impassible due to snow
Pickle Gulch (Blackhawk) (12/27/2020)
Based on reports from nearby trails, the trail is probably very difficult or impassible due to snow
Sheridan Hill (12/27/2020)
Based on reports from nearby trails, the trail is probably very difficult or impassible due to snow
Upper Hamlin Gulch-Brumfield (12/27/2020)
Based on reports from nearby trails, the trail is probably very difficult or impassible due to snow
Woodpecker Creek Spur (12/27/2020)
Based on reports from nearby trails, the trail is probably very difficult or impassible due to snow
Yankee Hill Cutoff (12/27/2020)
Based on reports from nearby trails, the trail is probably very difficult or impassible due to snow
Yankee Mosquito Alternate (Kingston Peak Cutoff) (12/27/2020)
Based on reports from nearby trails, the trail is probably very difficult or impassible due to snow
Yankee Mosquito (Kingston Peak Cutoff) (12/27/2020)
Based on reports from nearby trails, the trail is probably very difficult or impassible due to snow
Los Logos (12/27/2020)
The trail is closed for the season
Observatory Connector (12/27/2020)
The trail is closed for the season
Observatory Loop (12/27/2020)
The trail is closed for the season
Observatory (12/27/2020)
The trail is closed for the season
Observatory Spur (12/27/2020)
The trail is closed for the season
Phoenix (12/27/2020)
The trail is closed for the season
Rollinsville (12/27/2020)
The trail is closed for the season
South Tennessee Mountain (12/27/2020)
The trail is closed for the season
South Tennessee Mountain Connector (12/27/2020)
The trail is closed for the season
South Tennessee Mountain Spur (12/27/2020)
The trail is closed for the season
Bald Mountain Lane - Arapaho National Forest (12/27/2020)
Based on reports from nearby trails, the trail is probably very difficult or impassible due to snow.
Banana Peel (12/27/2020)
Although the seasonal gate is probably not closed yet, the trail is most likely very difficult or impassible due to snow.
Bonis Creek (12/27/2020)
Although the seasonal gate is probably not closed yet, the trail is most likely very difficult or impassible due to snow.
Ryan (12/27/2020)
Although the seasonal gate is probably not closed yet, the trail is most likely very difficult or impassible due to snow.
Utah Hill (12/27/2020)
Based on reports from nearby trails, the trail is probably very difficult or impassible due to snow
Pawnee Grasslands Willow Creek Loop (12/27/2020)
Although I did not run this specific trail, the trails I did run on Pawnee Grasslands on December 26 were clear and dry.
Pawnee Grasslands-Wild Horse Creek (12/27/2020)
Although I did not run this specific trail, the trails I did run on Pawnee Grasslands on December 26 were clear and dry.
Pawnee Grasslands Solitude Spur (12/27/2020)
Although I did not run this specific trail, the trails I did run on Pawnee Grasslands on December 26 were clear and dry.
Barbour Fork (11/28/2020)
Calvary 4-Wheelers ran Barbour Fork on Saturday, November 28, 2020 for our annual “Turkey Wheeling” trip the Saturday after Thanksgiving. Along for the run were myself in a stock TJ, my brother, Richard in a stock Ford Ranger and my nephew, Jon is his lifted XJ. The snow at the trailhead was only 6-8 inches deep so we started up without chaining up. About a quarter mile in we caught up to a group of JKURs that were having trouble. They decided they were going to head back out so we backed down to the trailhead to let them out and went ahead and chained up. With the chains on we cruised back up the trail. Richard needed a strap to get over the spot that stopped the Rubicons but we were able to get over it and keep going. We went up the back side of the loop and out to the dead end, avoiding the hardest part of the trail. The snow made it challenging but not impossible. It continued to gradually get deeper as we climbed until it was about a foot deep along the top with drifts up to 2 feet deep. We had to clear a tree as we made our way across the upper part of the trail. Fortunately it was willing to simply slide down the hill until we could pass. About a quarter mile before the end we encountered another, larger downed tree that was not so cooperative. We hiked the last little bit to the dead end and back. Getting turned around was a bit of an adventure since we were not able to get to the turnaround at the end of the trail. I was able to work my Wrangler around in about a hundred back and forth maneuvers but Richard managed to drop his Ranger off the side of the trail in his attempt. Fortunately, Jon was able to winch him back up without too much trouble and we headed back down without incident. The trail is doable if you are prepared for snow wheeling but not for much longer as the seasonal gate closed on December 15.
South Tennessee Mountain (11/12/2020)
Per the National Forest Service: FORT COLLINS, Colo (Nov. 9, 2020) – More forest closures are being lifted across the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests as all Stage 3 restrictions are rescinded beginning at 6 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 10. Closures will remain in place around areas that experienced wildfire in Grand, Boulder and Larimer counties. These fire areas present a public safety threat as burned trees can fall unexpectedly, hot spots are still burning, and new hazards can be hidden under snow.
West Magnolia (11/12/2020)
Per the National Forest Service: FORT COLLINS, Colo (Nov. 9, 2020) – More forest closures are being lifted across the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests as all Stage 3 restrictions are rescinded beginning at 6 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 10. Closures will remain in place around areas that experienced wildfire in Grand, Boulder and Larimer counties. These fire areas present a public safety threat as burned trees can fall unexpectedly, hot spots are still burning, and new hazards can be hidden under snow.
South Tennessee Mountain Connector (11/12/2020)
Per the National Forest Service: FORT COLLINS, Colo (Nov. 9, 2020) – More forest closures are being lifted across the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests as all Stage 3 restrictions are rescinded beginning at 6 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 10. Closures will remain in place around areas that experienced wildfire in Grand, Boulder and Larimer counties. These fire areas present a public safety threat as burned trees can fall unexpectedly, hot spots are still burning, and new hazards can be hidden under snow.
South Tennessee Mountain Spur (11/12/2020)
Per the National Forest Service: FORT COLLINS, Colo (Nov. 9, 2020) – More forest closures are being lifted across the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests as all Stage 3 restrictions are rescinded beginning at 6 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 10. Closures will remain in place around areas that experienced wildfire in Grand, Boulder and Larimer counties. These fire areas present a public safety threat as burned trees can fall unexpectedly, hot spots are still burning, and new hazards can be hidden under snow.
Yankee Mosquito Alternate (Kingston Peak Cutoff) (11/12/2020)
Per the National Forest Service: FORT COLLINS, Colo (Nov. 9, 2020) – More forest closures are being lifted across the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests as all Stage 3 restrictions are rescinded beginning at 6 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 10. Closures will remain in place around areas that experienced wildfire in Grand, Boulder and Larimer counties. These fire areas present a public safety threat as burned trees can fall unexpectedly, hot spots are still burning, and new hazards can be hidden under snow.
Upham Gulch (11/12/2020)
Per the National Forest Service: FORT COLLINS, Colo (Nov. 9, 2020) – More forest closures are being lifted across the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests as all Stage 3 restrictions are rescinded beginning at 6 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 10. Closures will remain in place around areas that experienced wildfire in Grand, Boulder and Larimer counties. These fire areas present a public safety threat as burned trees can fall unexpectedly, hot spots are still burning, and new hazards can be hidden under snow.
Upper Apex Road (11/12/2020)
Per the National Forest Service: FORT COLLINS, Colo (Nov. 9, 2020) – More forest closures are being lifted across the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests as all Stage 3 restrictions are rescinded beginning at 6 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 10. Closures will remain in place around areas that experienced wildfire in Grand, Boulder and Larimer counties. These fire areas present a public safety threat as burned trees can fall unexpectedly, hot spots are still burning, and new hazards can be hidden under snow.
Upper Hamlin Gulch-Brumfield (11/12/2020)
Per the National Forest Service: FORT COLLINS, Colo (Nov. 9, 2020) – More forest closures are being lifted across the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests as all Stage 3 restrictions are rescinded beginning at 6 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 10. Closures will remain in place around areas that experienced wildfire in Grand, Boulder and Larimer counties. These fire areas present a public safety threat as burned trees can fall unexpectedly, hot spots are still burning, and new hazards can be hidden under snow.
Utah Hill (11/12/2020)
Per the National Forest Service: FORT COLLINS, Colo (Nov. 9, 2020) – More forest closures are being lifted across the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests as all Stage 3 restrictions are rescinded beginning at 6 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 10. Closures will remain in place around areas that experienced wildfire in Grand, Boulder and Larimer counties. These fire areas present a public safety threat as burned trees can fall unexpectedly, hot spots are still burning, and new hazards can be hidden under snow.
Apex Valley Road (11/12/2020)
Per the National Forest Service: FORT COLLINS, Colo (Nov. 9, 2020) – More forest closures are being lifted across the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests as all Stage 3 restrictions are rescinded beginning at 6 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 10. Closures will remain in place around areas that experienced wildfire in Grand, Boulder and Larimer counties. These fire areas present a public safety threat as burned trees can fall unexpectedly, hot spots are still burning, and new hazards can be hidden under snow.
Bald Mountain Lane - Arapaho National Forest (11/12/2020)
Per the National Forest Service: FORT COLLINS, Colo (Nov. 9, 2020) – More forest closures are being lifted across the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests as all Stage 3 restrictions are rescinded beginning at 6 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 10. Closures will remain in place around areas that experienced wildfire in Grand, Boulder and Larimer counties. These fire areas present a public safety threat as burned trees can fall unexpectedly, hot spots are still burning, and new hazards can be hidden under snow.
Bald Mountain Road - Arapaho National Forest (11/12/2020)
Per the National Forest Service: FORT COLLINS, Colo (Nov. 9, 2020) – More forest closures are being lifted across the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests as all Stage 3 restrictions are rescinded beginning at 6 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 10. Closures will remain in place around areas that experienced wildfire in Grand, Boulder and Larimer counties. These fire areas present a public safety threat as burned trees can fall unexpectedly, hot spots are still burning, and new hazards can be hidden under snow.
Baltimore Ridge (11/12/2020)
Per the National Forest Service: FORT COLLINS, Colo (Nov. 9, 2020) – More forest closures are being lifted across the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests as all Stage 3 restrictions are rescinded beginning at 6 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 10. Closures will remain in place around areas that experienced wildfire in Grand, Boulder and Larimer counties. These fire areas present a public safety threat as burned trees can fall unexpectedly, hot spots are still burning, and new hazards can be hidden under snow.
Buckeye Mountain (11/12/2020)
Per the National Forest Service: FORT COLLINS, Colo (Nov. 9, 2020) – More forest closures are being lifted across the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests as all Stage 3 restrictions are rescinded beginning at 6 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 10. Closures will remain in place around areas that experienced wildfire in Grand, Boulder and Larimer counties. These fire areas present a public safety threat as burned trees can fall unexpectedly, hot spots are still burning, and new hazards can be hidden under snow.
Columbine Sale (11/12/2020)
Per the National Forest Service: FORT COLLINS, Colo (Nov. 9, 2020) – More forest closures are being lifted across the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests as all Stage 3 restrictions are rescinded beginning at 6 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 10. Closures will remain in place around areas that experienced wildfire in Grand, Boulder and Larimer counties. These fire areas present a public safety threat as burned trees can fall unexpectedly, hot spots are still burning, and new hazards can be hidden under snow.
Dakota Hill North (11/12/2020)
Per the National Forest Service: FORT COLLINS, Colo (Nov. 9, 2020) – More forest closures are being lifted across the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests as all Stage 3 restrictions are rescinded beginning at 6 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 10. Closures will remain in place around areas that experienced wildfire in Grand, Boulder and Larimer counties. These fire areas present a public safety threat as burned trees can fall unexpectedly, hot spots are still burning, and new hazards can be hidden under snow.
Dakota Hill (11/12/2020)
Per the National Forest Service: FORT COLLINS, Colo (Nov. 9, 2020) – More forest closures are being lifted across the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests as all Stage 3 restrictions are rescinded beginning at 6 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 10. Closures will remain in place around areas that experienced wildfire in Grand, Boulder and Larimer counties. These fire areas present a public safety threat as burned trees can fall unexpectedly, hot spots are still burning, and new hazards can be hidden under snow.
Dakota Hill East (11/12/2020)
Per the National Forest Service: FORT COLLINS, Colo (Nov. 9, 2020) – More forest closures are being lifted across the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests as all Stage 3 restrictions are rescinded beginning at 6 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 10. Closures will remain in place around areas that experienced wildfire in Grand, Boulder and Larimer counties. These fire areas present a public safety threat as burned trees can fall unexpectedly, hot spots are still burning, and new hazards can be hidden under snow.
Gamble Spur (11/12/2020)
Per the National Forest Service: FORT COLLINS, Colo (Nov. 9, 2020) – More forest closures are being lifted across the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests as all Stage 3 restrictions are rescinded beginning at 6 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 10. Closures will remain in place around areas that experienced wildfire in Grand, Boulder and Larimer counties. These fire areas present a public safety threat as burned trees can fall unexpectedly, hot spots are still burning, and new hazards can be hidden under snow.
Dakota Hill Spur (11/12/2020)
Per the National Forest Service: FORT COLLINS, Colo (Nov. 9, 2020) – More forest closures are being lifted across the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests as all Stage 3 restrictions are rescinded beginning at 6 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 10. Closures will remain in place around areas that experienced wildfire in Grand, Boulder and Larimer counties. These fire areas present a public safety threat as burned trees can fall unexpectedly, hot spots are still burning, and new hazards can be hidden under snow.
East Upham Loop (11/12/2020)
Per the National Forest Service: FORT COLLINS, Colo (Nov. 9, 2020) – More forest closures are being lifted across the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests as all Stage 3 restrictions are rescinded beginning at 6 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 10. Closures will remain in place around areas that experienced wildfire in Grand, Boulder and Larimer counties. These fire areas present a public safety threat as burned trees can fall unexpectedly, hot spots are still burning, and new hazards can be hidden under snow.
East Upham Spur (11/12/2020)
Per the National Forest Service: FORT COLLINS, Colo (Nov. 9, 2020) – More forest closures are being lifted across the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests as all Stage 3 restrictions are rescinded beginning at 6 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 10. Closures will remain in place around areas that experienced wildfire in Grand, Boulder and Larimer counties. These fire areas present a public safety threat as burned trees can fall unexpectedly, hot spots are still burning, and new hazards can be hidden under snow.
Elk Park Road (11/12/2020)
Per the National Forest Service: FORT COLLINS, Colo (Nov. 9, 2020) – More forest closures are being lifted across the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests as all Stage 3 restrictions are rescinded beginning at 6 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 10. Closures will remain in place around areas that experienced wildfire in Grand, Boulder and Larimer counties. These fire areas present a public safety threat as burned trees can fall unexpectedly, hot spots are still burning, and new hazards can be hidden under snow.
Gamble Gulch (11/12/2020)
Per the National Forest Service: FORT COLLINS, Colo (Nov. 9, 2020) – More forest closures are being lifted across the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests as all Stage 3 restrictions are rescinded beginning at 6 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 10. Closures will remain in place around areas that experienced wildfire in Grand, Boulder and Larimer counties. These fire areas present a public safety threat as burned trees can fall unexpectedly, hot spots are still burning, and new hazards can be hidden under snow.
Gamble Gulch Connector (11/12/2020)
Per the National Forest Service: FORT COLLINS, Colo (Nov. 9, 2020) – More forest closures are being lifted across the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests as all Stage 3 restrictions are rescinded beginning at 6 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 10. Closures will remain in place around areas that experienced wildfire in Grand, Boulder and Larimer counties. These fire areas present a public safety threat as burned trees can fall unexpectedly, hot spots are still burning, and new hazards can be hidden under snow.
Gordon Gulch (11/12/2020)
Per the National Forest Service: FORT COLLINS, Colo (Nov. 9, 2020) – More forest closures are being lifted across the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests as all Stage 3 restrictions are rescinded beginning at 6 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 10. Closures will remain in place around areas that experienced wildfire in Grand, Boulder and Larimer counties. These fire areas present a public safety threat as burned trees can fall unexpectedly, hot spots are still burning, and new hazards can be hidden under snow.
Lower Yankee West (11/12/2020)
Per the National Forest Service: FORT COLLINS, Colo (Nov. 9, 2020) – More forest closures are being lifted across the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests as all Stage 3 restrictions are rescinded beginning at 6 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 10. Closures will remain in place around areas that experienced wildfire in Grand, Boulder and Larimer counties. These fire areas present a public safety threat as burned trees can fall unexpectedly, hot spots are still burning, and new hazards can be hidden under snow.
Mammoth Creek (11/12/2020)
Per the National Forest Service: FORT COLLINS, Colo (Nov. 9, 2020) – More forest closures are being lifted across the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests as all Stage 3 restrictions are rescinded beginning at 6 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 10. Closures will remain in place around areas that experienced wildfire in Grand, Boulder and Larimer counties. These fire areas present a public safety threat as burned trees can fall unexpectedly, hot spots are still burning, and new hazards can be hidden under snow.
Hamlin Gulch (11/12/2020)
Per the National Forest Service: FORT COLLINS, Colo (Nov. 9, 2020) – More forest closures are being lifted across the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests as all Stage 3 restrictions are rescinded beginning at 6 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 10. Closures will remain in place around areas that experienced wildfire in Grand, Boulder and Larimer counties. These fire areas present a public safety threat as burned trees can fall unexpectedly, hot spots are still burning, and new hazards can be hidden under snow.
Jumbo Mountain (11/12/2020)
Per the National Forest Service: FORT COLLINS, Colo (Nov. 9, 2020) – More forest closures are being lifted across the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests as all Stage 3 restrictions are rescinded beginning at 6 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 10. Closures will remain in place around areas that experienced wildfire in Grand, Boulder and Larimer counties. These fire areas present a public safety threat as burned trees can fall unexpectedly, hot spots are still burning, and new hazards can be hidden under snow.
Los Logos (11/12/2020)
Per the National Forest Service: FORT COLLINS, Colo (Nov. 9, 2020) – More forest closures are being lifted across the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests as all Stage 3 restrictions are rescinded beginning at 6 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 10. Closures will remain in place around areas that experienced wildfire in Grand, Boulder and Larimer counties. These fire areas present a public safety threat as burned trees can fall unexpectedly, hot spots are still burning, and new hazards can be hidden under snow.
Michigan Hill (11/12/2020)
Per the National Forest Service: FORT COLLINS, Colo (Nov. 9, 2020) – More forest closures are being lifted across the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests as all Stage 3 restrictions are rescinded beginning at 6 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 10. Closures will remain in place around areas that experienced wildfire in Grand, Boulder and Larimer counties. These fire areas present a public safety threat as burned trees can fall unexpectedly, hot spots are still burning, and new hazards can be hidden under snow.
Mammoth Gulch (11/12/2020)
Per the National Forest Service: FORT COLLINS, Colo (Nov. 9, 2020) – More forest closures are being lifted across the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests as all Stage 3 restrictions are rescinded beginning at 6 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 10. Closures will remain in place around areas that experienced wildfire in Grand, Boulder and Larimer counties. These fire areas present a public safety threat as burned trees can fall unexpectedly, hot spots are still burning, and new hazards can be hidden under snow.
Matchless (11/12/2020)
Per the National Forest Service: FORT COLLINS, Colo (Nov. 9, 2020) – More forest closures are being lifted across the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests as all Stage 3 restrictions are rescinded beginning at 6 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 10. Closures will remain in place around areas that experienced wildfire in Grand, Boulder and Larimer counties. These fire areas present a public safety threat as burned trees can fall unexpectedly, hot spots are still burning, and new hazards can be hidden under snow.
Moffat Tunnel Road (11/12/2020)
Per the National Forest Service: FORT COLLINS, Colo (Nov. 9, 2020) – More forest closures are being lifted across the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests as all Stage 3 restrictions are rescinded beginning at 6 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 10. Closures will remain in place around areas that experienced wildfire in Grand, Boulder and Larimer counties. These fire areas present a public safety threat as burned trees can fall unexpectedly, hot spots are still burning, and new hazards can be hidden under snow.
Moon Gulch (11/12/2020)
Per the National Forest Service: FORT COLLINS, Colo (Nov. 9, 2020) – More forest closures are being lifted across the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests as all Stage 3 restrictions are rescinded beginning at 6 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 10. Closures will remain in place around areas that experienced wildfire in Grand, Boulder and Larimer counties. These fire areas present a public safety threat as burned trees can fall unexpectedly, hot spots are still burning, and new hazards can be hidden under snow.
Nebraska Hill (11/12/2020)
Per the National Forest Service: FORT COLLINS, Colo (Nov. 9, 2020) – More forest closures are being lifted across the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests as all Stage 3 restrictions are rescinded beginning at 6 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 10. Closures will remain in place around areas that experienced wildfire in Grand, Boulder and Larimer counties. These fire areas present a public safety threat as burned trees can fall unexpectedly, hot spots are still burning, and new hazards can be hidden under snow.
Nevadaville Road (11/12/2020)
Per the National Forest Service: FORT COLLINS, Colo (Nov. 9, 2020) – More forest closures are being lifted across the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests as all Stage 3 restrictions are rescinded beginning at 6 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 10. Closures will remain in place around areas that experienced wildfire in Grand, Boulder and Larimer counties. These fire areas present a public safety threat as burned trees can fall unexpectedly, hot spots are still burning, and new hazards can be hidden under snow.
Observatory (11/12/2020)
Per the National Forest Service: FORT COLLINS, Colo (Nov. 9, 2020) – More forest closures are being lifted across the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests as all Stage 3 restrictions are rescinded beginning at 6 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 10. Closures will remain in place around areas that experienced wildfire in Grand, Boulder and Larimer counties. These fire areas present a public safety threat as burned trees can fall unexpectedly, hot spots are still burning, and new hazards can be hidden under snow.
Observatory Connector (11/12/2020)
Per the National Forest Service: FORT COLLINS, Colo (Nov. 9, 2020) – More forest closures are being lifted across the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests as all Stage 3 restrictions are rescinded beginning at 6 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 10. Closures will remain in place around areas that experienced wildfire in Grand, Boulder and Larimer counties. These fire areas present a public safety threat as burned trees can fall unexpectedly, hot spots are still burning, and new hazards can be hidden under snow.
Observatory Loop (11/12/2020)
Per the National Forest Service: FORT COLLINS, Colo (Nov. 9, 2020) – More forest closures are being lifted across the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests as all Stage 3 restrictions are rescinded beginning at 6 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 10. Closures will remain in place around areas that experienced wildfire in Grand, Boulder and Larimer counties. These fire areas present a public safety threat as burned trees can fall unexpectedly, hot spots are still burning, and new hazards can be hidden under snow.
Woodpecker Creek Spur (11/12/2020)
Per the National Forest Service: FORT COLLINS, Colo (Nov. 9, 2020) – More forest closures are being lifted across the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests as all Stage 3 restrictions are rescinded beginning at 6 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 10. Closures will remain in place around areas that experienced wildfire in Grand, Boulder and Larimer counties. These fire areas present a public safety threat as burned trees can fall unexpectedly, hot spots are still burning, and new hazards can be hidden under snow.
Observatory Spur (11/12/2020)
Per the National Forest Service: FORT COLLINS, Colo (Nov. 9, 2020) – More forest closures are being lifted across the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests as all Stage 3 restrictions are rescinded beginning at 6 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 10. Closures will remain in place around areas that experienced wildfire in Grand, Boulder and Larimer counties. These fire areas present a public safety threat as burned trees can fall unexpectedly, hot spots are still burning, and new hazards can be hidden under snow.
Peewink Mountain (11/12/2020)
Per the National Forest Service: FORT COLLINS, Colo (Nov. 9, 2020) – More forest closures are being lifted across the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests as all Stage 3 restrictions are rescinded beginning at 6 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 10. Closures will remain in place around areas that experienced wildfire in Grand, Boulder and Larimer counties. These fire areas present a public safety threat as burned trees can fall unexpectedly, hot spots are still burning, and new hazards can be hidden under snow.
Perigo (11/12/2020)
Per the National Forest Service: FORT COLLINS, Colo (Nov. 9, 2020) – More forest closures are being lifted across the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests as all Stage 3 restrictions are rescinded beginning at 6 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 10. Closures will remain in place around areas that experienced wildfire in Grand, Boulder and Larimer counties. These fire areas present a public safety threat as burned trees can fall unexpectedly, hot spots are still burning, and new hazards can be hidden under snow.
Phoenix (11/12/2020)
Per the National Forest Service: FORT COLLINS, Colo (Nov. 9, 2020) – More forest closures are being lifted across the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests as all Stage 3 restrictions are rescinded beginning at 6 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 10. Closures will remain in place around areas that experienced wildfire in Grand, Boulder and Larimer counties. These fire areas present a public safety threat as burned trees can fall unexpectedly, hot spots are still burning, and new hazards can be hidden under snow.
Pickle Gulch (Blackhawk) (11/12/2020)
Per the National Forest Service: FORT COLLINS, Colo (Nov. 9, 2020) – More forest closures are being lifted across the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests as all Stage 3 restrictions are rescinded beginning at 6 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 10. Closures will remain in place around areas that experienced wildfire in Grand, Boulder and Larimer counties. These fire areas present a public safety threat as burned trees can fall unexpectedly, hot spots are still burning, and new hazards can be hidden under snow.
Pisgah (Columbine Cutoff) (11/12/2020)
Per the National Forest Service: FORT COLLINS, Colo (Nov. 9, 2020) – More forest closures are being lifted across the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests as all Stage 3 restrictions are rescinded beginning at 6 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 10. Closures will remain in place around areas that experienced wildfire in Grand, Boulder and Larimer counties. These fire areas present a public safety threat as burned trees can fall unexpectedly, hot spots are still burning, and new hazards can be hidden under snow.
Rollinsville (11/12/2020)
Per the National Forest Service: FORT COLLINS, Colo (Nov. 9, 2020) – More forest closures are being lifted across the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests as all Stage 3 restrictions are rescinded beginning at 6 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 10. Closures will remain in place around areas that experienced wildfire in Grand, Boulder and Larimer counties. These fire areas present a public safety threat as burned trees can fall unexpectedly, hot spots are still burning, and new hazards can be hidden under snow.
Sheridan Hill (11/12/2020)
Per the National Forest Service: FORT COLLINS, Colo (Nov. 9, 2020) – More forest closures are being lifted across the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests as all Stage 3 restrictions are rescinded beginning at 6 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 10. Closures will remain in place around areas that experienced wildfire in Grand, Boulder and Larimer counties. These fire areas present a public safety threat as burned trees can fall unexpectedly, hot spots are still burning, and new hazards can be hidden under snow.
South Tennessee Mountain Connector (10/20/2020)
Due to extreme fire danger the Ntional Forest Service has temporarily closed all National Forest land in Clear Creek, Jefferson, Gilpin, Boulder, and Larimer counties. https://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/arp/news-events/?cid=FSEPRD831612
Gamble Gulch (10/20/2020)
Due to extreme fire danger the Ntional Forest Service has temporarily closed all National Forest land in Clear Creek, Jefferson, Gilpin, Boulder, and Larimer counties. https://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/arp/news-events/?cid=FSEPRD831612
Lower Yankee West (10/20/2020)
Due to extreme fire danger the Ntional Forest Service has temporarily closed all National Forest land in Clear Creek, Jefferson, Gilpin, Boulder, and Larimer counties. https://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/arp/news-events/?cid=FSEPRD831612
Mammoth Creek (10/20/2020)
Due to extreme fire danger the Ntional Forest Service has temporarily closed all National Forest land in Clear Creek, Jefferson, Gilpin, Boulder, and Larimer counties. https://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/arp/news-events/?cid=FSEPRD831612
Mammoth Gulch (10/20/2020)
Due to extreme fire danger the Ntional Forest Service has temporarily closed all National Forest land in Clear Creek, Jefferson, Gilpin, Boulder, and Larimer counties. https://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/arp/news-events/?cid=FSEPRD831612
Moffat Tunnel Road (10/20/2020)
Due to extreme fire danger the Ntional Forest Service has temporarily closed all National Forest land in Clear Creek, Jefferson, Gilpin, Boulder, and Larimer counties. https://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/arp/news-events/?cid=FSEPRD831612
Nevadaville Road (10/20/2020)
Due to extreme fire danger the Ntional Forest Service has temporarily closed all National Forest land in Clear Creek, Jefferson, Gilpin, Boulder, and Larimer counties. https://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/arp/news-events/?cid=FSEPRD831612
Observatory (10/20/2020)
Due to extreme fire danger the Ntional Forest Service has temporarily closed all National Forest land in Clear Creek, Jefferson, Gilpin, Boulder, and Larimer counties. https://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/arp/news-events/?cid=FSEPRD831612
Observatory Connector (10/20/2020)
Due to extreme fire danger the Ntional Forest Service has temporarily closed all National Forest land in Clear Creek, Jefferson, Gilpin, Boulder, and Larimer counties. https://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/arp/news-events/?cid=FSEPRD831612
Observatory Loop (10/20/2020)
Due to extreme fire danger the Ntional Forest Service has temporarily closed all National Forest land in Clear Creek, Jefferson, Gilpin, Boulder, and Larimer counties. https://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/arp/news-events/?cid=FSEPRD831612
Observatory Spur (10/20/2020)
Due to extreme fire danger the Ntional Forest Service has temporarily closed all National Forest land in Clear Creek, Jefferson, Gilpin, Boulder, and Larimer counties. https://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/arp/news-events/?cid=FSEPRD831612
Oh-My-God Road (Virginia Canyon) (10/20/2020)
Due to extreme fire danger the Ntional Forest Service has temporarily closed all National Forest land in Clear Creek, Jefferson, Gilpin, Boulder, and Larimer counties. https://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/arp/news-events/?cid=FSEPRD831612
South Tennessee Mountain Spur (10/20/2020)
Due to extreme fire danger the Ntional Forest Service has temporarily closed all National Forest land in Clear Creek, Jefferson, Gilpin, Boulder, and Larimer counties. https://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/arp/news-events/?cid=FSEPRD831612
Upper Apex Road (10/20/2020)
Due to extreme fire danger the Ntional Forest Service has temporarily closed all National Forest land in Clear Creek, Jefferson, Gilpin, Boulder, and Larimer counties. https://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/arp/news-events/?cid=FSEPRD831612
Upper Hamlin Gulch-Brumfield (10/20/2020)
Due to extreme fire danger the Ntional Forest Service has temporarily closed all National Forest land in Clear Creek, Jefferson, Gilpin, Boulder, and Larimer counties. https://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/arp/news-events/?cid=FSEPRD831612
Utah Hill (10/20/2020)
Due to extreme fire danger the Ntional Forest Service has temporarily closed all National Forest land in Clear Creek, Jefferson, Gilpin, Boulder, and Larimer counties. https://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/arp/news-events/?cid=FSEPRD831612
West Magnolia (10/20/2020)
Due to extreme fire danger the Ntional Forest Service has temporarily closed all National Forest land in Clear Creek, Jefferson, Gilpin, Boulder, and Larimer counties. https://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/arp/news-events/?cid=FSEPRD831612
Woodpecker Creek Spur (10/20/2020)
Due to extreme fire danger the Ntional Forest Service has temporarily closed all National Forest land in Clear Creek, Jefferson, Gilpin, Boulder, and Larimer counties. https://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/arp/news-events/?cid=FSEPRD831612
Yankee Mosquito Alternate (Kingston Peak Cutoff) (10/20/2020)
Due to extreme fire danger the Ntional Forest Service has temporarily closed all National Forest land in Clear Creek, Jefferson, Gilpin, Boulder, and Larimer counties. https://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/arp/news-events/?cid=FSEPRD831612
Yankee Mosquito (Kingston Peak Cutoff) (10/20/2020)
Due to extreme fire danger the Ntional Forest Service has temporarily closed all National Forest land in Clear Creek, Jefferson, Gilpin, Boulder, and Larimer counties. https://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/arp/news-events/?cid=FSEPRD831612
Gamble Gulch Connector (10/20/2020)
Due to extreme fire danger the Ntional Forest Service has temporarily closed all National Forest land in Clear Creek, Jefferson, Gilpin, Boulder, and Larimer counties. https://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/arp/news-events/?cid=FSEPRD831612
Gamble Spur (10/20/2020)
Due to extreme fire danger the Ntional Forest Service has temporarily closed all National Forest land in Clear Creek, Jefferson, Gilpin, Boulder, and Larimer counties. https://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/arp/news-events/?cid=FSEPRD831612
Hamlin Gulch (10/20/2020)
Due to extreme fire danger the Ntional Forest Service has temporarily closed all National Forest land in Clear Creek, Jefferson, Gilpin, Boulder, and Larimer counties. https://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/arp/news-events/?cid=FSEPRD831612
Jumbo Mountain (10/20/2020)
Due to extreme fire danger the Ntional Forest Service has temporarily closed all National Forest land in Clear Creek, Jefferson, Gilpin, Boulder, and Larimer counties. https://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/arp/news-events/?cid=FSEPRD831612
Los Logos (10/20/2020)
Due to extreme fire danger the Ntional Forest Service has temporarily closed all National Forest land in Clear Creek, Jefferson, Gilpin, Boulder, and Larimer counties. https://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/arp/news-events/?cid=FSEPRD831612
Matchless (10/20/2020)
Due to extreme fire danger the Ntional Forest Service has temporarily closed all National Forest land in Clear Creek, Jefferson, Gilpin, Boulder, and Larimer counties. https://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/arp/news-events/?cid=FSEPRD831612
Michigan Hill (10/20/2020)
Due to extreme fire danger the Ntional Forest Service has temporarily closed all National Forest land in Clear Creek, Jefferson, Gilpin, Boulder, and Larimer counties. https://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/arp/news-events/?cid=FSEPRD831612
Moon Gulch (10/20/2020)
Due to extreme fire danger the Ntional Forest Service has temporarily closed all National Forest land in Clear Creek, Jefferson, Gilpin, Boulder, and Larimer counties. https://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/arp/news-events/?cid=FSEPRD831612
Mosquito Creek Road (10/20/2020)
Due to extreme fire danger the Ntional Forest Service has temporarily closed all National Forest land in Clear Creek, Jefferson, Gilpin, Boulder, and Larimer counties. https://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/arp/news-events/?cid=FSEPRD831612
Nebraska Hill (10/20/2020)
Due to extreme fire danger the Ntional Forest Service has temporarily closed all National Forest land in Clear Creek, Jefferson, Gilpin, Boulder, and Larimer counties. https://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/arp/news-events/?cid=FSEPRD831612
Dakota Hill East (10/20/2020)
Due to extreme fire danger the Ntional Forest Service has temporarily closed all National Forest land in Clear Creek, Jefferson, Gilpin, Boulder, and Larimer counties. https://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/arp/news-events/?cid=FSEPRD831612
Dakota Hill North (10/20/2020)
Due to extreme fire danger the Ntional Forest Service has temporarily closed all National Forest land in Clear Creek, Jefferson, Gilpin, Boulder, and Larimer counties. https://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/arp/news-events/?cid=FSEPRD831612
Dakota Hill Spur (10/20/2020)
Due to extreme fire danger the Ntional Forest Service has temporarily closed all National Forest land in Clear Creek, Jefferson, Gilpin, Boulder, and Larimer counties. https://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/arp/news-events/?cid=FSEPRD831612
Elk Park Road (10/20/2020)
Due to extreme fire danger the Ntional Forest Service has temporarily closed all National Forest land in Clear Creek, Jefferson, Gilpin, Boulder, and Larimer counties. https://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/arp/news-events/?cid=FSEPRD831612
Perigo (10/20/2020)
Due to extreme fire danger the Ntional Forest Service has temporarily closed all National Forest land in Clear Creek, Jefferson, Gilpin, Boulder, and Larimer counties. https://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/arp/news-events/?cid=FSEPRD831612
Phoenix (10/20/2020)
Due to extreme fire danger the Ntional Forest Service has temporarily closed all National Forest land in Clear Creek, Jefferson, Gilpin, Boulder, and Larimer counties. https://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/arp/news-events/?cid=FSEPRD831612
Pickle Gulch (Blackhawk) (10/20/2020)
Due to extreme fire danger the Ntional Forest Service has temporarily closed all National Forest land in Clear Creek, Jefferson, Gilpin, Boulder, and Larimer counties. https://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/arp/news-events/?cid=FSEPRD831612
Pisgah (Columbine Cutoff) (10/20/2020)
Due to extreme fire danger the Ntional Forest Service has temporarily closed all National Forest land in Clear Creek, Jefferson, Gilpin, Boulder, and Larimer counties. https://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/arp/news-events/?cid=FSEPRD831612
Rollinsville (10/20/2020)
Due to extreme fire danger the Ntional Forest Service has temporarily closed all National Forest land in Clear Creek, Jefferson, Gilpin, Boulder, and Larimer counties. https://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/arp/news-events/?cid=FSEPRD831612
Sheridan Hill (10/20/2020)
Due to extreme fire danger the Ntional Forest Service has temporarily closed all National Forest land in Clear Creek, Jefferson, Gilpin, Boulder, and Larimer counties. https://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/arp/news-events/?cid=FSEPRD831612
South Tennessee Mountain (10/20/2020)
Due to extreme fire danger the Ntional Forest Service has temporarily closed all National Forest land in Clear Creek, Jefferson, Gilpin, Boulder, and Larimer counties. https://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/arp/news-events/?cid=FSEPRD831612
Freeman Gulch Cutoff aka Miners Ridge (10/20/2020)
Due to extreme fire danger the Ntional Forest Service has temporarily closed all National Forest land in Clear Creek, Jefferson, Gilpin, Boulder, and Larimer counties. https://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/arp/news-events/?cid=FSEPRD831612
Apex Valley Road (10/20/2020)
Due to extreme fire danger the Ntional Forest Service has temporarily closed all National Forest land in Clear Creek, Jefferson, Gilpin, Boulder, and Larimer counties. https://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/arp/news-events/?cid=FSEPRD831612
Bald Mountain Lane - Arapaho National Forest (10/20/2020)
Due to extreme fire danger the Ntional Forest Service has temporarily closed all National Forest land in Clear Creek, Jefferson, Gilpin, Boulder, and Larimer counties. https://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/arp/news-events/?cid=FSEPRD831612
Bald Mountain Road - Arapaho National Forest (10/20/2020)
Due to extreme fire danger the Ntional Forest Service has temporarily closed all National Forest land in Clear Creek, Jefferson, Gilpin, Boulder, and Larimer counties. https://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/arp/news-events/?cid=FSEPRD831612
Baltimore Ridge (10/20/2020)
Due to extreme fire danger the Ntional Forest Service has temporarily closed all National Forest land in Clear Creek, Jefferson, Gilpin, Boulder, and Larimer counties. https://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/arp/news-events/?cid=FSEPRD831612
Buckeye Mountain (10/20/2020)
Due to extreme fire danger the Ntional Forest Service has temporarily closed all National Forest land in Clear Creek, Jefferson, Gilpin, Boulder, and Larimer counties. https://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/arp/news-events/?cid=FSEPRD831612
Columbine Sale (10/20/2020)
Due to extreme fire danger the Ntional Forest Service has temporarily closed all National Forest land in Clear Creek, Jefferson, Gilpin, Boulder, and Larimer counties. https://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/arp/news-events/?cid=FSEPRD831612
Dakota Hill (10/20/2020)
Due to extreme fire danger the Ntional Forest Service has temporarily closed all National Forest land in Clear Creek, Jefferson, Gilpin, Boulder, and Larimer counties. https://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/arp/news-events/?cid=FSEPRD831612
Slaughterhouse Gulch (10/17/2020)
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.
Wellington Lake (10/17/2020)
Calvary 4-Wheelers ran Wellington Lake as part of our Fall Fiesta on Saturday, October 17, 2020. We had 4 rigs along for the day, a stock TJ, a stock JK, a moderately modified XJ and a moderately modified TJ. The weather was slightly cool but pleasant with partly cloudy skies and no rain. The road is graded gravel the entire way and 4wd drive was not needed. We encountered a few other vehicles and a couple od bicycles but traffic was not heavy. Green Mountain Campground and all of the day use facilities at the lake are closed for the season but the private camping area appeared to be open. It is a very pretty area and the lake is very scenic.
Pawnee Grasslands: New Raymer Loop (10/03/2020)
Life had been piling up on me so I decided it was time for some solitude and reflection. I headed out to the Pawnee Grasslands to clear my head and enjoy the emptiness of the prairie. When I got to the New Raymer Loop, however, I found it to be somewhat more crowded than usual. It was the height of antelope season and there were many hunters out trying to fill their tags. Normally I'll see one or two other vehicles, if any, in a day on the Grasslands. This day I probably encountered a couple dozen. Still, they were not enough to completely disrupt my quest for solitude and there were many times throughout the day that I was completely alone. The trail was in good shape, if a little dusty and the sky mostly blue, although there was a little haze from wildfires in the mountains to the west. I did enjoy a short hike up to the rocks at Waypoint 11 and a few minutes of respite listening to the windmill spin at Waypoint 13. Even though the driving is very easy, this trail has a lot to offer in the stark beauty of the high plains and the opportunity to relax and unwind.
Buckskin Joe (09/26/2020)
Calvary 4-Wheelers ran Buckskin Joe as part of our annual Aspen Viewing trip on Saturday, September 26, 2020. We had seven rigs along for the run, a stock TJ, a stock JK, a moderately lifted TJ, a well-built JK, two built XJs and a stock Ford Ranger. We ran the trail in reverse direction ot the guide as we were planning to run Mount Bross as the second half of our excursion. We were a little past peak for the aspen and there were some bare trees but there was plenty of color to enjoy along 449 and the lower part of 450. The intersection at Waypoint 6 can be very confusing coming from the south and I accidently turned on the private road. I quickly realized the mistake when my GPS track deviated from the downloaded track and we turned around, went the extra hundred yards and made the correct turn. It was a little hazy from wildfire smoke but the views above timberline were still spectacular. The view of Mount Bross from the top is particularly impressive. The trail was clear and dry the entire way and we had no issues (other that a flat tire which we were able to change without incident).
Mount Bross (09/26/2020)
Calvary 4-Wheelers ran Mount Bross as part of our annual Aspen Viewing trip on Saturday, September 26, 2020. We had seven rigs along for the run, a stock TJ, a stock JK, a moderately lifted TJ, a well-built JK, two built XJs and a stock Ford Ranger. We ran Buckskin Joe in the morning as the first half of our excursion and start this trail early in the afternoon. There were not a lot of aspen along this trail but it was a very fun trail just the same. The lower part is indicated on the maps as suitable for passenger cars but is a little rougher than a typical graded gravel road. It did not require 4wd but you would have to be very careful without high clearance. Once we got past Waypoint 4 and started the loop 4wd became necessary. The trail was rough enough to be fun but not so rough as to be a major challenge, even to the stock rigs in our group. All of those stock rigs made it through the ruts at Waypoint 9 without assistance, although one did lift a tire about a foot off the ground. Fortunately she had just enough momentum to have all the tires back on the ground before loosing traction. As noted in an earlier trip report, the spur to the saddle did have some snow left from the early September storm. It had melted enough that we only had to cross the edge of a few drifts and were able to make it to the top. The next significant storm will probably make this section immpassible until next summer. There has been some discussion about a possible attempt on the summit, but it was getting later in the afternoon by the time we got to the saddle and it was cold and windy so we scrapped those plans. From the looks of it, though it would be pretty easy to bag both Mount Bross and Mount Lincoln from there if you had an earlier start and favorable weather.
Aspen Road (09/07/2020)
We ran Aspen Road as part of a Labor Day Weekend Adventure camping and mapping trails in the Sierra Madre range of the Medicine Bow National Forest. We actually went up and down the road several times throughout the weekend as we chose to camp in the small camp site on the left just past Waypoint 4. There were plenty of other people camping on this busy holiday weekend but the camp sites are spread out and isolated enough that it didn’t feel crowded. The road itself was dry and dusty and a little bump in spots but nothing we couldn’t pull our camper over. The views of the Mill Creek valley at the top are very beautiful. We had good weather throughout the weekend, although the area did get snow the day after we left. Overall Aspen Road was part of a great weekend and a lot of fun.
Ditch East (09/06/2020)
We ran Ditch East as part of a Labor Day Weekend adventure camping and mapping trails in the Sierra Madre range of the Medicine Bow National Forest. The trail was just hard enough to make 4wd preferable but pretty easy overall. It still was a very enjoyable time with the water running in the ditch and a breeze blowing through the aspen trees. We did encounter some sheep along the way and got to meet Hans and Fritz (not their real names), the dogs protecting the flock. They were not aggressive but did make their presence known and made it clear that we should not mess with the sheep. We also passed the shepherd’s wagon and his horse in the campsite at Waypoint 4.
Ditch West (09/06/2020)
We ran Ditch West as part of a Labor Day Weekend adventure camping and mapping trails in the Sierra Madre range of the Medicine Bow National Forest. The trail was just hard enough to make 4wd preferable but pretty easy overall. Following the stream through the deep forest was very beautiful and soothing. We met no other traffic on the trail and, even on this busy holiday weekend, both campsites along the trail were unoccupied. This trail capped off a fun and gorgeous day.
Green Ridge Road (09/05/2020)
We ran Green Ridge Road as part of a Labor Day Weekend adventure of camping and mapping trails in the Sierra Madre range of the Medicine Bow National Forest. We ran the trail on Saturday, September 5, 2020. The weather was nice, getting just a little hotter than comfortable in the afternoon and just a little cooler than comfortable overnight. We had mostly sunny skies with only a few scattered clouds and no rain. Most of the camp sites along the closed spurs were occupied on this busy weekend but there were still one or two that were up for grabs. The road was dry and dusty but in good shape. There was a little traffic along the first part of the road but, once we passed Waypoint 12, we didn’t see any other vehicles. This was a very pleasant, if easy drive through some beautiful country.
Deep Creek Road (Aspen Alley) (09/05/2020)
We ran Deep Creek Road as part of a Labor Day Weekend outing camping and mapping trails in the Sierra Madre range of Medicine Bow National Forest. We actually ran parts of it all weekend getting to and from our camp site but officially ran the whole thing on Saturday, September 5, 2020. The weather was excellent with mostly sunny skies and temperatures that got just a little warmer than comfortable in the afternoon and just a little cooler than comfortable overnight. Being a busy holiday weekend there were lots of people camping but it never felt crowed or overly busy. There was some traffic on the road but not enough to cause any issues. The road itself had recently been re-graded and new gravel laid down so it wasn’t even washboarded (yet). This is a beautiful area with lots of trails to explore.
Elk Park Road (08/29/2020)
Calvary 4-Wheelers ran this trail from Mammoth Gulch to Apex as a back way into the Dakota Hill area. The road is getting a little bumpy in spots but is still drivable in 2wd if you are careful. The weather was cold, windy, wet and rainy so I did not get out to take any pictures.
Utah Hill (08/29/2020)
Calvary 4-Wheelers ran Utah Hill as part of a day exploring side roads in the Dakota Hill area. The trail was in good shape with no issues to report except that it was rather wet as the weather was cold and rainy. Fortunatly the rain let up just long enough for us to enjoy a chilly lunch on the saddle near the end with gargeous views in each direction.
Dakota Hill (08/29/2020)
Calvary 4-Wheelers ran part of the Dakota Hill trail on Saturday, August 29 as part of a day exploring side roads in the Dakota Hill area. We ran it from the end at Waypoint 11 to the turn off for East Dakota Hill at Waypoint 4. The weather had been cold and rainy all day but began letting up as we headed up this trail. The trail itself was in good shape with no issues to report.
Dakota Hill East (08/29/2020)
Calvary 4-Wheelers ran Dakota Hill East as part of a day exploring side roads in the Dakota Hill area on Saturday, August 29, 2020. We ran it down from Dakota Hill to Gamble Gulch as an exit from the network of trails in the area. The weather had been cold and rainy most of the day but let up and bagan clearing late in the afternoon and we were able to enjoy a nice, partly sunny break at the shaft house at Waypoint 8. The small gully you traverse below Waypoint 3 was a little mor washed out than it has been in the past and a couple of larger rocks have fallen into the trail making it a little more difficult. There is room to maneuver around them is you drive carefully or you can just drive over them if you have a bigger rig.
Mammoth Gulch (08/29/2020)
Calvary 4-Wheelers ran this trail as a back way in to the Dakota Hill area. They haven't run a bulldozer over the road in a while and it is getting a little bumpy but still passable in 2wd with careful driving. The weather was cold, windy, wet and rainy so I did not get out and take any pictures.
Jumbo Mountain (08/22/2020)
My nephew, Jon and I ran Jumbo Mountain on Saturday, August 22, 2020 as part of a day exploring side roads off of Mooan Gulch. This trail was a pleasant surprise. I'm not sure what I was expecting but it turned out to be a lot of fun. It was just hard enough to need 4wd but easy enough to be able relax, look around and enjoy the beauty of the forest. We were obviously past the peak of the wildflowers but it looks like they would be abundant in late spring and early summer. The views coming down the north side of the loop were very beautiful and the communication tower complex was kind of interesting. It was a nice start to a day of adventure.
Perigo (08/22/2020)
My nephew, Jon and I ran this trail on August 22, 2020 as part of a day exploring side roads off of Moon Gulch. Jon was in his lifted XJ and I was in my wife's stock TJ. Jon had along his friends Sebastian and Dylan and Dylan brought the Princess Buttercup, a putbull puppy. I had driven this trail several years ago and remembered that it was narrow but I had forgotten just how narrow. The fun started right from the beginning with a steep, loose, rocky climb out of Moon Gulch. This was quickly followed by the first of many very tight squeezes between the trees. From then on, with only a few breaks here and there, it was picking our way over medium sized rocks and squeezing between tree trunks. We took a short break in the middle of the trail to hike down the hill a little ways to try (unsuccessully) to find the remains of the Copper King Mine then it was back to carefully navigating over rocks and between trees. Near the end, thing finally opened up a little as we passed the Golden Cycle Mine and decended down into the Perigo townsite and Gamble Gulch. Jon put a small dent in his left, front fender and got some bark and tree sap on his highlift jack (which was on his roof rack). I banged both mirrors a couple times but did not break them and got a new scratch on a rear fender flare but nothing seriousand we had a blast.
Woodpecker Creek Spur (08/16/2020)
We ran Woodpecker Creek Spur as part of a Sunday afternoon jaunt on August 16, 2020. I was in my wife's stock TJ and my nephew, Jon was in his lifted Cherokee. It is a very pleasant trail and makes a nice interlude for the more difficult Hamlin Gulch trail. The views are amazing and the campsite at the end makes a very nice lunch spot with just enough trees to have shade but not so many as to block the view. Wildflowers were plentiful along Woodpecker Creek, although no water was running with as hot and dry as it has been lately.
Upper Hamlin Gulch-Brumfield (08/16/2020)
We ran Upper Hamlin Gulch and Brumfield as a quick Sunday afternoon drive on August 16, 2020. I was in my wife's stock TJ and my nephew. Jon was in his lifted Cherokee. The trail is an easy alternative to Hamlin Gulch and makes a nice bypass if you want to cover the same territory without having to contend with the rough. off-camber obstacles. We passes through several aspen groves along the way and this trail would be a good one to run in the fall when the colors change. The views after you cross the top are very impressive. They were particularly interesting on this day with the smoke from the current wildfires giving them a mysterious, hazy look. We had very nice weather with mostly sunny skies and warm temperatures. It made for a very enjoyable afternoon.
Yankee Mosquito Alternate (Kingston Peak Cutoff) (08/01/2020)
We ran Yankee Mosquito Alternate as part of a mapping mission to some of the back trails of the Yankee Hill network. I was in my wife’s blue TJ and my nephew, Jon and his friend, Dylan were in Jon’s lifted, red XJ. This turned out to be a fun little connector. It is kind of tight through the trees in places and we did get a little pinstriping. It was also just rough enough to make me have to choose my lines carefully in the stock Wrangler but Jon was able to take any line he wanted in his bigger Cherokee. The weather was very nice with mostly sunny skies. We did get a few sprinkles later in the day when we were on to other trails but no heavy rain.
Yankee Mosquito (Kingston Peak Cutoff) (08/01/2020)
We went on a mapping mission to several of the trails on the back side of the Yankee Hill area. This was one of those trails. I was in my wife’s stock TJ. My nephew, Jon and his friend Dylan were in Jon’s lifted XJ. Also along for the ride was the Princess Buttercup, Dylan’s pit bull puppy. I has been on this trail before, several years ago, but had forgotten what a fun trail it is. It is just hard enough to give a little bit of a challenge and make you think about what you are doing but easy enough a stock rig can do it without damage if you are careful. Several of the intermittent creeks were still flowing so there were a few places with water running on the trail and the crossing at North Clear Creek was very pretty even though it is not very deep. The views at top when you come out of the trees are fantastic. We had very nice weather with only a few sprinkles late in the day as we finished up.
Freeman Gulch Cutoff aka Miners Ridge (08/01/2020)
We ran Freeman Gulch Cutoff as part of a major mapping trip in the Yankee Hill area. I was in my wife's TJ and my nefew, Jon and his friend Dillon were along on Jon's lifted XJ. The trail was in great shape and we had beautiful weather. We saw a little other traffic on the trail including Jeeps and other 4x4s, some quads and side-by-sides and a few dirt bikes but it wasn't overly crowded.

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