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Colorado has some of the best four wheeling trails, particularly if you're A) not afraid of heights and B) somewhat interested in history. The mountains of Colorado were home to some of the early mining ventures of the western states, and places like Telluride and Ouray are full of history. The roads that cut across the spine of the Rockies here were carved out by hardy souls who came in on horeseback and in wagons, in search of gold, silver and other precious metals. Some made it big, some didn't, but as they worked their mines, they laid down a rich history and a stunning set of roads and trails.
If you've never been to Ouray or Telluride, or if you've only been there to ski, you're missing some epic four wheeling trails. The season is short, many of the most famous trails here like Black Bear Pass and Imogene Trail cross over the very tops of the mountain passes, and are buried under deep blankets of snow for much of the year. Even in the summer, when you head to this part of the country, you're well advised to pack some warm gear and expect to get cold and wet.
While we know that we haven't visited every great four wheeling trail in the state, we do know about some of the better Here's some of the trails we've gathered up: