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Roaring Creek 4x4 Road, Colorado

Lots of great camp spots, connects to network of OHV roads

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Difficulty: Easy
Length: 5.4 miles
Duration: Less than 1 hour
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Overview :  This trail serves as a connecting route between Deadman Road and difficult Bald Mountain Road. Roaring Creek is fairly flat at the top... more »

Tips:  Many people camp along this road because it connects to a network of fun OHV roads that range from easy to difficult. You can drive in... more »

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Points of Interest

1. Start Here

Head south here from Deadman Road. Roaring Creek Road is marked as Forest Road 173. There's a small dispersed camp spot on the left at start, but many more places as you head south, where you can get away from the traffic on Deadman Road.

2. Forest Road 318

Forest Road 318 on right leads to a network of great OHV roads, all open to unlicensed vehicles.

3. Forest Road 173C

Forest Road 173C goes left before reaching nice camp spot.

4. Forest Road 173D

Forest Road 173D goes left here and goes into forest quite a distance before it deadends.

5. Bald Mountain Road

Roaring Creek Road ends here at Bald Mountain Road 517. (available as eGuide from FunTreks on EveryTrail). Although Bald Mountain Road is not difficult at this point, it does get difficult as you head east or west. If you head east you'll soon run into easy Killpecker Road before it get difficult. West connects to difficult Green Ridge Trail ... More