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The Trail Report posted here is for general information only and does not necessarily reflect the Trail Status at the time of your ride or the actual local trail conditions you may encounter. The information is gathered from club volunteers and is valid only at the time of their observation. Their observations may not meet your expectations and the conditions may vary from the time of posting. Conditions may vary with temperature, snow quality, type of terrain and usage. Please exercise caution at all times and be prepared for the unexpected. Remember that the trail is providing an off road experience that has inherent risks which demands constant rider preparedness, vigilance, caution, unimpaired reaction and smart choice.

Pagosa Springs


Closed - no snow
Toner Road FR 636/East Toner Road FR 637
From the intersection of highway 160 and county road 600 ( Piedra Road ) drive north 18 miles to the Sportsman Supply Store. The parking lot is just west of the store. The trail goes north on Forest Road 636.
Grooming Status
Not groomed, no snow
Date Groomed
2/11/2017
Snowfall
0.00 inches in the past 48 hours
Estimated Base
0.00 inches
Last Report
12/4/2017 9:15 AM
Grooming Report/Trail Conditions
No Snow

Closed - no snow
East Fork of the San Juan F.R. 684
From the intersection of highways 84 and 160 drive north 19.7 miles on highway 160. Forest Road 684 is on the right side of the highway. The parking lot is one forth mile from highway 160.
Grooming Status
Not groomed, no snow
Date Groomed
2/7/2017
Snowfall
0.00 inches in the past 48 hours
Estimated Base
0.00 inches
Last Report
12/4/2017 9:16 AM
Grooming Report/Trail Conditions
No Snow

Closed - no snow
East Monument F.R. 630
This is a sub-trail off Turkey Springs Road Trail
Grooming Status
Not groomed, no snow
Date Groomed
1/21/2017
Snowfall
0.00 inches in the past 48 hours
Estimated Base
0.00 inches
Last Report
12/4/2017 9:17 AM
Grooming Report/Trail Conditions
No Snow

Closed - no snow
First Fork, F. R. 622
Drive west from the intersection of Highway 160 and County Road 600 ( Piedra Road ) 20 miles. Turn north on First Fork Road, Forest Road 622. Trail head is 1 mile north from highway 160.
Grooming Status
Not groomed, no snow
Date Groomed
1/8/2016
Snowfall
0.00 inches in the past 48 hours
Estimated Base
0.00 inches
Last Report
12/4/2017 9:17 AM
Grooming Report/Trail Conditions
No Snow

Closed - no snow
First Notch/Moonlick Rd
Take Highway 160 west from Pagosa Springs for 20 miles. After crossing the Piedra River, First Notch Rd is on the North side of the highway between MM 121 and 120. Take a right on First Notch Rd (FR 620) and drive about 1/4 mile to the parking area and trailhead is on your right.
Grooming Status
Not groomed, no snow
Date Groomed
2/13/2017
Snowfall
0.00 inches in the past 48 hours
Estimated Base
0.00 inches
Last Report
12/4/2017 9:18 AM
Grooming Report/Trail Conditions
No Snow

Closed - no snow
Four Mile Road F.R. 645
From the center of Pagosa Springs drive due north on 5th street. 5th street will turn into four mile road. Continue on four mile road until it ends at a parking lot. This is the trail head.
Grooming Status
Not groomed, no snow
Date Groomed
3/2/2017
Snowfall
0.00 inches in the past 48 hours
Estimated Base
0.00 inches
Last Report
12/4/2017 9:19 AM
Grooming Report/Trail Conditions
No Snow

Closed - no snow
Nipple Mountain Road F.R. 665
From the intersection of highways 84 and 160 drive south on highway 84 one third mile. Turn north on Mill Creek Road. Drive 4.5 miles on Mill Creek Road to the parking area on your left. The trail goes east out of the parking lot.
Grooming Status
Not groomed, no snow
Date Groomed
2/5/2017
Snowfall
0.00 inches in the past 48 hours
Estimated Base
0.00 inches
Last Report
12/4/2017 9:19 AM
Grooming Report/Trail Conditions
No Snow

Closed - no snow
Plumtaw F,R. 634
Plumtaw is a sub-trail off Four Mile Road Trail. Follow the Four Mile Road instructions to get to the trailhead.
Grooming Status
Not groomed, no snow
Date Groomed
2/11/2017
Snowfall
0.00 inches in the past 48 hours
Estimated Base
0.00 inches
Last Report
12/4/2017 9:19 AM
Grooming Report/Trail Conditions
No Snow

Closed - no snow
Porcupine, F. R. 024
This is a sub-trail off Nipple Mountain Trail, F. R. 665.
Grooming Status
Not groomed, no snow
Date Groomed
2/5/2017
Snowfall
0.00 inches in the past 48 hours
Estimated Base
0.00 inches
Last Report
12/4/2017 9:19 AM
Grooming Report/Trail Conditions
No Snow

Closed - no snow
Turkey Springs Road, F. R. 629
From the intersection of highway 160 and county road 600 ( Piedra Road ) drive north until you come to the San Juan Forest. The parking lot is on the left hand side of the road. The trail goes west out of the parking lot.
Grooming Status
Not groomed, no snow
Date Groomed
1/21/2017
Snowfall
0.00 inches in the past 48 hours
Estimated Base
0.00 inches
Last Report
12/4/2017 9:20 AM
Grooming Report/Trail Conditions
No Snow

Closed - no snow
West Monument, F. R. 630
This trail is a side trail off First Fork, Forest Road 622. Ride north on First Fork (622) for 8 miles then turn east on Forest Road 630.
Grooming Status
Not groomed, no snow
Date Groomed
1/8/2016
Snowfall
0.00 inches in the past 48 hours
Estimated Base
0.00 inches
Last Report
12/4/2017 9:20 AM
Grooming Report/Trail Conditions
No Snow

Closed - no snow
Wolf Creek F.R. 725
From Pagosa Springs drive east on HWY 160 to the summit of Wolf Creek Pass. parking area and trailhead are on the eastbound side of HWY 160. Trail crosses large meadow to where it meets FR 725. There are 20 miles of groomed trail that access all back country riding.
Grooming Status
Not groomed, no snow
Date Groomed
4/2/2017
Snowfall
0.00 inches in the past 48 hours
Estimated Base
0.00 inches
Last Report
12/4/2017 9:20 AM
Grooming Report/Trail Conditions
No Snow
Other Information
Remember DO NOT PARK YOUR TRUCKS AND TRAILERS IN FRONT OF THE TRAIL HEAD. Be courteous to the other riders who also need to unload. There is plenty of parking both sides of the highway. If you have a CAMPER do not take up huge amounts of space park in a diagonal so there is room for other trucks and trailers. Be smart !!

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