It’s not time to sit inside and binge more Netflix. The snow is still light for the season and we’re ready to hit some off-road trails and enjoy the brisk mountain air. Colorado is our home, but it’s still a great time to get out of the state and see the beauty the rest of the country has to share.
St. George, Utah
In St. George, Utah, you will find trails with some of the best views and countless obstacles. Check out Nasty Half, TNT, Sandthrax, Arrowhead, Milts Mile, Chain Reaction, The Maze, Johns Trail and Joint Effort trails for some great times. Should we mention they have an In-N-Out Burger?
Big Horns Mountain, Wyoming
Glacier covered valleys, rolling hills and sheer mountain walls await you in central Wyoming. The Bighorn National Forest contains 1,500 trails. You read that right, 1,500 trails! Take the opportunity while you can to enjoy some incredible backcountry views.
Heading north, you’re likely to actually run into some snow. Alaska is enjoyable year-round with dozens of festivals and activities to find. Take your off-roading to Wasilla to escape the large crowds. Cruise across solidified lakes and rivers to feel the rush of adrenaline knowing water lies beneath you.
Las Cruces, New Mexico
Enjoy the cooler temperatures of BLM land surrounding Las Cruces. The challenge of climbing desert rocks of every size in moderate to difficult trails is worth the road trip. With hundreds of miles of land to explore, we doubt you will run out of fun.
Have you discovered great off-road trails for any type of weather? We’d love to hear your adventures!