Routt County, Colorado
Hahns Peak is the predominant geographical feature in the Steamboat Lake area. The climb to the abandoned fire lookout at the summit is over a wide track covered in loose lava rock. The Nipple Peak and Prospector trails offer wooded singletrack riding with tight turns, narrow tracks, and slippery roots.
From Steamboat Springs: Head northwest out of town on Lincoln Ave, continue approx 1.8 miles to Co Rd 129/Elk River Rd. Turn north onto Co Rd 129/Elk River Rd and follow for approx 28.2 miles to Fsn 488/Hahn's Peak Lk Rd. Turn west on Fsn 488/Hahn's Peak Lk Rd and follow approx 1.3 miles to access trails.
Nipple Peak itself is a volcanic plug named for Maggie Baggs.
Hahns Peak (1158) (Singletrack)
Nipple Peak (1147) (Singletrack)
Prospector (1156) (Singletrack)
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.