Just a few miles southwest of the Town of Rangely is the only designated natural rock crawling park in the state of Colorado. With more than 560 acres of natural terrain designated by the Bureau of Land Management as a four-wheel drive park, the Rangely Rock Crawling Club has one of the largest areas in the country to climb. Among this vast terrain of rocks is a well designed trails system for 4x4s / ATV and other various off-road vehicles. You can spend a day exploring and never see the same country twice. Check out our Maps Page for maps of the terrain.
Entrance to the park is free. Many of the trails in the park are still waiting to be discovered. Rock crawling and four-wheel drive enthusiasts can take on trails like the Megasaurus, Chain Break, Poison Ivy, and Willy’s Way. The park consists of one main trail with the park broken up into four sections. Trails range from easy to extreme. Events are held annually.
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"Wagon Wheel OHV Trails - West" (Rangely)
Experience over 360 miles of OHV trails in Rangely on the White River Bureau of Land Management! Trails are located between 4 to 35 miles from the center of town and most are accessible without trailering. The trails range from mostly groomed to loose gravel and mild to wild.