Mountain States Snow Trails
Mountain states like Colorado, Montana, Wyoming, Washington and Oregon are home to some of the best winter sports around—including off-roading in the snow. If you’re willing to trailer up your ATV, UTV or SxS, you’ll find an abundance of state parks and OHV trails open throughout the year.
Pike National Forest Trails
Home to 1,106,604 acres of pines, reservoirs, hiking, and more—this park system offers plenty of year-round trail-riding opportunities, including a few of our favorites listed below.
North Divide Trail System offers hundreds of miles of twisty wooded trails and spectacular mountain views. Open throughout the year (weather permitting) to off-road vehicles 50” wide or less. Has three staging areas.
Rainbow Falls is a popular 20-mile stretch of mostly hard-packed trails with varying elevations and a few challenging climbs. It’s open to all vehicles, with a few trails open to motor vehicles 50” wide or less.
A favorite among locals with over 200 miles of trails, Rampart Range retraces parts of old stagecoach routes. The trails system offers multiple staging areas and is open to off-road vehicles 50” wide or less.
Black Tail Wild Bill Trail System (Montana)
Great mountain views and scenic lake vistas await ATV, UTV, and SxS riders of all skill levels during every season of the year. There are no vehicle width restrictions and three trail legs for avid off-roaders to explore.
Nicolai Mountain OHV Area (Oregon)
Featuring 17 miles of trails, open to all off-road vehicles less than 60” wide. The trails form several long loops with terrain that ranges from smooth to rocky. Visitors will also find a couple of gravel pits to ride in.