As the winter season continues to batter us with frigid temperatures and cutting winds, many Coloradans are looking forward to the warmer weather and sunny adventures ahead. There are plenty of things you can do here in the Centennial State, and Estes Park ATV Rentals is here to deliver for those looking for an adrenalized adventure. If you have ever wanted to try a Polaris RZR or one of Honda’s quality side-by-side ATVs, our fleet of TOMCAR vehicles will help to ensure that your experience is as memorable as possible. If you are looking for quality ATV rentals in Colorado, our team is here to help! We’re proud of the convenience and quality provided by our half- and full-day adventures, but none of the excitement would be possible without our collection of engaging ATV trails.

Today, we’ll briefly highlight our six trails for you can shred as part of your ATV tour. If you want to learn more, be sure to contact our experts today!

Bunce Road and Middle St. Vrain

  Located 18 miles south of Estes Park, these two ATV trails deliver a full symphony of challenging sections and historical landmarks. If you have ever wanted to see a T-33 military jet crashed and left by the Air Force, Bunce Road features a crash site from 1965. The Middle Saint Vrain trail is also ready for exploration, delivering amazing views as you ride up the Continental Divide. Thrillseekers looking for moderate to challenging ATV tracks can benefit from crossing rivers and uneven terrain. If you are wanting to enjoy both trails, be sure to reserve your ATV rental for a full day!

Pole Hill

Located just outside of the city, this trail system features beautiful views of the Rocky Mountains in addition to a clear picture of downtown Estes Park. It’s important to note that the initial 500-foot section of this 8.4 mile loop is the most challenging part, with easier trails afterward to allow you to focus on the wildlife and scenic views. Sit back and relax as you tackle the trails with this loop, gaining 1679 feet of elevation while overlooking the valley.

Old Fall River Road

This one-way ATV trail features a moderate challenge for drivers and a plethora of majestic scenes for everyone on board. You can explore on your unguided ATV tour with several trails and sites, including waterfalls and plenty of wildlife. This road takes you to the Alpine’s Visitor’s center at 12,000 feet, delivering a shorter adventure for those in need of a half-day ride.

Johnny Park

This 5.5 mile trail features ATV trails that vary in difficulty, with one seriously challenging spot that drivers can go around. Johnny Park is typically not busy, and will offer a wide range of beautiful views and challenging tracks.

Storm Mountain

Anyone in need of a full-day adventure can enjoy the length and variety of Storm Mountain. While the entrance is full of private properties, public land is found soon thereafter, offering challenging terrain and easy passes for riders of all skill levels. With so many trails, it can be hard to choose which ones to shred!

Each of our available trail systems are as unique and diversified as the next, delivering our customers plenty of excitement during their unguided tour. If you’re looking for an exciting adventure, be sure to consider our exciting ATV rentals in Colorado. Estes Park ATV Rentals helps to make exploring the great outdoors easy, delivering amazing offroad adventures for riders of all ages and skill levels. Contact us today to reserve your adventure!