Colorado ATV Trails: White River National Forest
Some of the best Colorado ATV Trails can be found in the White River National Forest. Home to Vail Ski Resort, Beaver Creek Resort, Copper Mountain,and nine other ski resorts, the White River National Forest is the busiest and most traveled national forest in the United States. The forest offers over two million acres of land and over 2,500 miles of ATV trails just waiting to be explored on your favorite RZR, UTV, or ATV machine. Ten of Colorado’s famous 14ers reside within the White River National Forest including Mt. of the Holy Cross. Using our Polaris RZR Rentals, you, your family, and your friends are open to explore every corner of the forest. The forest offers plenty of above timberline trails for great views of the region along with some amazing climbs through the Aspens. Please remember that you must stay on designated trails. DO NOT drive off trail for any reason. Also, always remember to pack out your trash and leave the wildlife alone. Due to the high elevation of the region, it is recommended that you carry with you extra layers for warmth as the Colorado weather in the mountains can change at any moment.
Vail Pass Colorado
Eagle Colorado / Seven Hermits
Known for great mountain biking trails such as the Boneyard and Tic Alley, the hills to the south of Eagle are also home to some of the best atv and dirt bike trails in Eagle County, Colorado. With Vail Pass and the Red & White trail systems shut down to motorized use in the early season due to animal migrations, the trails in and around Eagle are a blessing to those of us who live in the Vail Valley. They provide great early season riding and with an RZR or a dirt bike you can quickly climb up to some great views of the valley and the New York Mountain Range.