Crested Butte ATV & Off-Road: Taylor Park

In OHV Guide, Trail by Kryptonite Creative

If you are looking to experience Colorado from the seat of a dirt bike, atv, or side by side than look no further. Taylor Park is an off road mecca, offering the largest selection of trails from one location. With numerous trails, lakes, ghost towns, mines, and mountain passes one could never run out of new places to explore. There are no services in Taylor Park so come prepared with everything you need to tackle the Colorado high country See the table below for a list of our favorite trails in the area.

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Road/Trail Open toStatus
Tincup to Taylor PassATV, Jeep, OHV, Motorcycle Closed for the season
Taylor Pass to St. Elmo Ghost TownATV, Jeep, OHV, Motorcycle Closed for the season
Hancock passATV, OHV, Motorcycle Closed for the season
Pomeroy Lakes/Mary Murphy MineATV, Jeep, OHV, Motorcycle Closed for the season
Tomichi Pass ATV, Jeep, OHV, Motorcycle Closed for the season
The Alpine Tunnel ATV, Jeep, OHV, Motorcycle Closed for the season
Taylor PassATV, Jeep, OHV, Motorcycle Closed for the season
Richmond Hill, Aspen MountainATV, Jeep, OHV, Motorcycle Closed for the season
Cross MountainATV, Jeep, OHV, Motorcycle Closed for the season
Cumberland PassATV, Jeep, OHV, Motorcycle Closed for the season
Napoleon PassATV, Jeep, OHV, Motorcycle Closed for the season
Pieplant MillATV, Jeep, OHV, Motorcycle Closed for the season
Lily Pad TrailATV, Jeep, OHV, Motorcycle Closed for the season
Reno Ridge Trail ATV, Jeep, OHV, Motorcycle Closed for the season
Slaughterhouse Gulch ATV, Jeep, OHV, Motorcycle Closed for the season
Union ParkATV, Jeep, OHV, Motorcycle Closed for the season
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Directions

From Crested Butte take HWY 135 south to Almont for 18 miles. Turn Left (east) and travel up Taylor River Road for 23 miles past Taylor Dam, around the reservoir and arriving in Taylor Park. 


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