Larimer County, Colorado
This area contains over 100 miles of double-track ATV trails and roads suitable for beginning to advanced riders. The area also contains seven miles of singletrack trails open to motorcycles only. Deadman Road is a county road and is strictly off-limits to unlicensed, non-street-legal vehicles.
Killpecker Trail (Singletrack) (TR956)
Swamp Creek Cutoff (Singletrack) (TR871) (TR970 on MVUM)
Bald Mountain (517)**
Nunn Creek (318)
Roaring Creek (173)
Killpecker Road (300)
Green Ridge Cutoff (177)**
Green Ridge Road (319)
Unnamed Forest Service Road (332)
Unlicensed vehicles are not allowed on Deadman Road (CR86 and CR74E).
1. W on FS171 dirt two track for 2 miles
2. W on Swamp Creek Cutoff (TR871) for 5 miles of very difficult rocky single track with a challenging boulder crux in the middle
3. NW on FS517 for 1 mile of rocky two track
4. N on Killpecker (TR956) for 4 miles of medium difficult single track
5. W on FS517 for 4 miles of rocky two track
6. SW on FS177 for 3 miles of rocky two track
7. N on FS177A and FS319 for 5.4 miles of rocky two track
8. W on FS318F for 1 mile of dirt two track and rocky two track
Maps: Trails Illustrated #111 Red Feather Lakes, Glendevey
Maps: Trails Illustrated #112 Poudre River, Cameron Pass
Maps: USFS Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests
Maps: USFS Canyon Lakes Ranger District MVUM
Maps: USFS Canyon Lakes OHV Opportunities Map
** FR177 Adopted by Big Thompson 4-Wheelers
** FR517 Adopted by Horsetooth 4 Wheelers
From Livermore, turn west on to CR74E (Red Feather Lakes Road). Just past Red Feather Lakes, Colorado, the road turns to CR86 (Deadman Road). Continue 4 miles past the National Forest boundary to the intersection of Deadman Road and Killpecker Road.
From Glen Echo, head north on CR68C for 10 miles. Turn left at the intersection of CR74E and Deadman Road on to Deadman Road (CR86). Continue 4 miles past the National Forest boundary to the intersection of Deadman Road and Killpecker Road.
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Trail System Information
Red Feather Lakes
2 - 9
From 1 to 50 Miles
From 1 to 8 Hours
9000 to 11000 feet
Note that not all of the trails in an area will be open to all vehicle types. Follow the Motor Vehicle Use Maps (MVUM)s and signage for the area and ride only on trails open to and wider than your OHV.
Canyon Lakes Ranger District, (970) 295-6700
Trail System Maps and GPS Files
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loop of swamp creek cutoff and killpecker and connector trail
Northern Colorado Trail Riders
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