In Colorado We Stay The Trail®
Keep Your Wheels Where They Belong
Our mission is to reinforce and highlight responsible OHV use, and to modify and mitigate irresponsible use in an effort to minimize resource damage on public land. We offer educational services and materials to land management agencies, OHV and OHV accessory dealers, educational and community institutions, and the general public.
What You Need to Know
Registrations and Permits
Registration requirements for Colorado residents and non-residents, permit requirements, and registration information.
Trail Tips and Etiquette
Vehicle noise, trail signs, vehicle width, trail width, staging, obstacles, passing, non-motorized traffic, and hunting.
OHVs on streets and roads
Many cities and counties in Colorado have opened some or all of their roads/streets to off-highway vehicles (OHVs).
Full Size Trails
In addition to OHV trails, there are a number of Full Size Trails open for recreational travel in Colorado.
Answers to all your questions about maps, permits, laws, permits, kids, Hunting, and the Stay the Trail organization.
Trail Maps and Information
Stay The Trail Colorado provides a central place where the public, organizations and agencies can download all US Forest Service Motor Vehicle Use Maps (MVUM) for National Forests and Grasslands located in Colorado. These maps are kept up to date as the US Forest Service updates their maps. Funding for this effort is provided by Colorado Parks and Wildlife in the form of grant funding that comes from registration of OHVs in Colorado. Stay the Trail and Great Outdoors Consultants have made the MVUMs “smarter” by making sure they all have geospatial information (the map knows where it’s located in the world) and by providing them in multiple formats.
Online Interactive Map
Trail Access and Contacts
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Calendar and News
News Release Grand Junction Field Office Tabeguache Connector Trail to officially open GRAND JUNCTION, Colo.– The Bureau of Land Management Grand Junction Field Office, the Grand Mesa Jeep Club, and Mesa County will officially open the Tabeguache Connector Trail on...read more
There are a number of large wildfires and fire restriction across the state, many will affect and restrict OHV opportunities. Please KNOW BEFORE YOU GO. Current fire information available at: https://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/sanjuan/home/?cid=stelprdb5423363read more
From - Rampart Range Motorized Management Committee - Your Trail Dollars at Work! New trail is open! Trail # 693 Russell Gulch behind the Sprucewood is OPEN!!!! The lower loop part was previously existing and is on the current map. The upper loop is the new SINGLE...read more
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About Stay the Trail
Our mission is to reinforce and highlight responsible OHV use, and to modify and mitigate irresponsible use in an effort to minimize resource damage on public land. Our goal is to create a statewide culture of responsible OHV use.
We are primarily funded by grants from the OHV registration program managed by Colorado Parks and Wildlife. Your contributions help us spread the word of responsible OHV use when visiting Colorado public lands.
The Stay the Trail Education & Stewardship Alliance is a 501(c)(3) educational organization. We have several employees, a Board of Directors, and Ex-Officio Advisors who lead our team of OHV enthusiasts.
Stay The Trail empowers trail users with the education and resources needed to ensure that we are good stewards. It’s not just warm and fuzzy. Good stewardship helps us keep our trails and gives us the street cred to create new opportunities!