Off-Road ATV Tours

Experience Rugged Adventure and Majestic Vistas

ATV riding and 4-Wheeling in Colorado is all about rolling over high-mountain passes, through scenic backcountry, past alpine lakes, and fantastic vistas. Head out on your own, or experience a guided tour led by Colorado’s top ATV guides.

What Does an ATV Tour Offer?

When you take a one-of-a-kind Clear Creek ATV tour, you can navigate technical terrain, from old mining trails to ghost town roads, with the help of an expert guide. Have fun off-road in Rocky Mountain style while following your guide, who will point out history and sights along your route. 

All tours come with a safety course and operation training on your ATV, plus a helmet that must be worn while riding.

Plan Your Off-Road ATV Adventure

Our local ATV outfitters and tour guides are ready to help plan your trip. Contact an outfitter today.

ATV Tours Colorado

3627 Alvarado Road
Dumont, CO 80436

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ATV Experience

8604 Fall River Road
Alice, CO 80452

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Selfsponsored Snow + Dirt

107 County Road 308
Dumont, CO 80436

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Lawson Adventure Park and Resort

3440 Alvarado Road
Lawson, CO 80436

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Respect Off-Road Rules

When it comes to using an ATV in Clear Creek, there are some specific rules you must follow:

  • All vehicles must be registered — all off road vehicles must have a valid Colorado State Parks OHV registration or a license plate. 
  • All riders must be 16 or older — all ATVs can hold a passenger, who can ride for half-price. 
  • It is illegal and dangerous to travel truly off-road, so Stay the Trail and travel only on designated roads — all off-road vehicles must travel on hardened roads.
  • Private property is scattered throughout Clear Creek — it is illegal to trespass on private property without permission.
  • It is against the rules to drive around a closed gate  — you will be ticketed by the Forest Service for doing so.
  • Please respect the rights of others and road closures  — allow for the enjoyment of other recreational activities and protect our natural resources. 
  • Please do your part to clean up — leave trails better than how you found them.

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