OHVing in Spanish Peaks Country
Relieve stress, enjoy Southern Colorado’s great weather, spend time with family and friends, and have loads of fun on a four-wheeling adventure.
Spanish Peaks Country offers miles of trails for the novice and experienced rider. From open meadows to forested trails, an OHV ride will showcase the region’s famous landscapes.
#1 & #2 – Cuchara Recreation Area
This popular summer destination offers scenic mountain views, beautiful aspen forests, camping, fishing, and two designated OHV trails. Indian Creek Trail is recommended for novice riders. Trinchera Peak Trail provides a more challenging ride.
#3 – Cordova Pass
Cordova Pass is a mostly graded road on the south side of Spanish Peaks. It passes through a tunnel made in a volcanic dike called Apishapa Arch. The best time to ride Cordova Pass is June through October.
#4 – Medano Pass Primitive Road
While OHVing in not permitted within the Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve, it is on the pass that takes you there. On Medano Pass Primitive Road, you’ll pass Medano Creek several times and many camping options.
Stay on designated trails! Pack out your trash! Know when to yield! Leave no Trace and Care for Colorado!!