David

Trail Reviews: 300 points
Questions Answered: 0 points

My Profile

Off-Road Experience:
2-3 years
Off-Road Style:
Overlanding
My Garage:
Nothing in garage

My Trail Reviews (3)

(within last 6 months)
Middle St. Vrain (08/21/2021)
Trail was open and clear. Gate keeper seemed a little easier this year that last. Camp Dick was at half capacity which helped cut down the crowds. Dispersed camping spots were limited and would recommend camping at Camp Dick just before the trail entrance. water crossings were muddy and levels were low. Otherwise the trail was in great condition. Convey included: Toyota Tacoma TRD Offroad with 2.3" lift, on 32s, 2 Jeep Wranglers with 2.5" lift on 35s
Coney Creek Road (aka Coney Flats) (08/21/2021)
Trail was open and clear. Coming from Middle St Vrain the first stretch was steep and rocky. Trail as a whole is very narrow and a full sized truck would have difficulty. Dispersed camping spots were very limited but more are on the Beaver Reservoir side of the trail. Water crossing was smooth as the levels were low, Did not come up to any of the cabs in the convoy (noted below). Remember to respectful of trail etiquette as the trail is very narrow from the main water crossing to Beaver Reservoir. Otherwise the trail was in great condition. Convey included: Toyota Tacoma TRD Offroad with 2.3" lift, on 32s, 2 Jeep Wranglers with 2.5" lift on 35s
Bunce School Road (05/08/2021)
Ran from waypoint 1 through to 9 but turned around to revisit some sites back along the route. With reason rains and snowmelt, there are quite a few "water crossings" along the router but really they are large puddles, biggest of which was 8-9 inches deep right at waypoint 6. None of the ATV/SxS rental companies have set up shop yet so it was a nice quiet trail.