St. Charles

Where To Go: St. Charles | Stay The Trail

Custer County, Colorado

These challenging singletrack trails provide a solid amount of fun with steep climbs, switchbacks, and other challenging terrain. Located in southern Colorado, this system is convenient to the Pueblo area. Licensed dirt bikes can loop these trails together by taking a short trip down Highway 165.

How To Get There

From Colorado City: Head southwest out of town on CO-165, continue for approx 15.2 miles to Co Rd 241/St Park Rd. This will turn into Co Rd 371 after approx 0.2 miles. Continue on Co Rd 371 for approx 1.4 miles to access trails.

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Trail System Maps & GPS Files

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Area Trails

Trail NameTrail WidthLength*
1300.BATV0.36
1302.AATV2.51
1302.BATV0.26
1302.CATV0.28
1333.AATV0.41
1358ATV0.23
1360ATV0.07
BAKER CREEKMotorcycle3.05
CISNEROSATV11.13
CISNEROS TO NFSR 352ATV1.08
COMMANCHE ACCESSATV0.35
COUPLERATV0.57
DODGETONATV4.5
DOME ROCKATV2.37
HORN CREEKATV0.42
HORSE RANCHMotorcycle3.99
INDIANATV14
LEWIS CREEKMotorcycle4.81
LION CANYONATV2.43
MIDDLE CREEKATV2.4
NORTH CREEKATV2.05
POLE CREEKATV6.72
POLE CREEK SPURATV1.44
RAINBOW ACCESS FROM 140.BATV0.11
SAN CARLOSMotorcycle2.2
SECOND MACEATV4.95
SECOND MACE SPURATV0.96
SHORTCUTATV1.4
SILVER CIRCLEATV4.66
SNOWSLIDEMotorcycle5.5
SNOWSLIDE ACCESS FROM FSR 371Motorcycle0.86
SOUTH CREEKMotorcycle5.68
SQUIRREL CREEKATV4.82
ST CHARLES ACCESS FROM 335Motorcycle0.14
ST. CHARLESATV9.24
STULTZATV6.17
TANNER/EAST BEAR GULCHMotorcycle3.02
TANNER/EAST BEAR GULCHATV9.3
VENABLE ACCESSATV0.44
WACHOBMotorcycle1.02


*Trail lengths are not guaranteed to be accurate

Trail System Information

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Motorcycle

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.