• DEPLER PARK LOOP/ DEPLER PARK WAUNITA PASS LOOP
  • CUMBERLAND ROAD / HALLS GULCH LOOP
  • HALLS / JACKSON / SAWMILL LOOP
  • HANCOCK / ST. ELMO / TIN CUP LOOP
  • PITKIN / WAUNITA PASS LOOP
  • PITKIN OHIO CITY LOOP
  • PITKIN / WAUNITA / HOT SPRINGS / WHITE PINE LOOP

All of the above rides begin in Pitkin. See Pitkin Backroads for exact directions and coordinates..


Cumberland Pass

Cumberland Pass is a gorgeous 18-mile road between Pitkin and Tin Cup. While a very popular ATV road, it's easily navigated by most vehicles.  Click here for directions.


Tin Cup

Tincup, connected to Pitkin by Cumberland Pass, is photogenic, pastoral, and the kind of place that is fun to find. Visit Frenchy's for Lunch, the TinCup Store, the historic cemeteries, and Mirror Lake.  Detail>>>


Alpine Tunnel

Alpine Tunnel is a favorite adventure. Fabulous on a four-wheeler, but doable in most vehicles (exclude campers, etc.)  Breathtaking scenery any season, and the Palisades are incomparable. Detail>>>


MT ANTERO

Full day ride that begins in Pitkin, follows Alpine Tunnel road thru Hancock Pass, thru St. Elmo. 


HANCOCK

A moderate 4WD mountain pass.  Approaching from the Pitkin side, take the Alpine Tunnel road up 7 miles. After you pass Sherrod sign, you'll see the Hancock Pass sign to the right. 4WD only. Rocky, steep. 


ST. ELMO

Follow directions to Hancock Pass. Continue pass Hancock Pass to the town of St. Elmo.  Distance: 


WAUNITA PASS

Leave the Pitkin via River Street, follow the Waunita Pass road to the summit. Beautiful overlook with new pines half way to the top, overlooking town of Pitkin. Several other trails at summit.


STAY THE TRAIL

Excellent ATV organization, and this link will display many more 4WD riding opportunities in Pitkin. The beauty of Colorado's public lands something to be treasured and enjoyed responsibly. Responsible use includes protecting the natural resources, sharing the trails with other users, and riding safely and in control.


FOLLOWING ATV RIDES REQUIRE TRAILORING YOUR ATV FROM PITKIN:


MARSHALL PASS (begins 38 miles east of Pitkin)

Easy, scenic road along a historic railroad grade. The route is unpaved but wide and well graded. It is suitable for standard vehicles as well as ATVs.


GUNSIGHT PASS

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CEMENT CREEK RENO DIVIDE

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CINNAMON PASS

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OLD MONARCH PASS

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PARADISE DIVIDE

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