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Trail Status: OPEN

Trails are OPEN

Rampart Range Road Status: CLOSED

Rampart TRAILS and the MAIN PARKING LOT at Rampart Range Road and Hwy 67 are OPEN.

USFS Road 300 aka Rampart Range Road is closed at the following locations:
@67, just south of the main parking lot
@Jackson Creek Road (FSR 502)
@Dakan Road (FSR 563)
@FSR 327 in Rainbow Falls
@Rampart Reservoir
@Garden of the Gods

RRMMC Trail Maps showing the gate locations are available here:

Avenza – Get the App https://www.avenza.com/
MotoRidePhoto (online ordering)
Jarre Mart
Sprucewood Inn
Fay Myers
Vickery Motorsports
Performance Cycle of Colorado
Grand Prix Motorsports
Apex Sports
RPM Motorsports
G-Force Powersports

Questions:

South Platte Ranger District – 303-275-5610
Pikes Peak Ranger District – 719-636-1602

 

 

 

 

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Trail Status: OPEN

Trails are OPEN

Rampart Range Road Status: CLOSED

Rampart TRAILS and the MAIN PARKING LOT at Rampart Range Road and Hwy 67 are OPEN.

USFS Road 300 aka Rampart Range Road is closed at the following locations:
@67, just south of the main parking lot
@Jackson Creek Road (FSR 502)
@Dakan Road (FSR 563)
@FSR 327 in Rainbow Falls
@Rampart Reservoir
@Garden of the Gods

RRMMC Trail Maps showing the gate locations are available here:
Avenza – Get the App https://www.avenza.com/
MotoRidePhoto (online ordering)
Jarre Mart
Sprucewood Inn
Fay Myers
Vickery Motorsports
Performance Cycle of Colorado
Grand Prix Motorsports
Apex Sports
RPM Motorsports
G-Force Powersports

Questions:
South Platte Ranger District – 303-275-5610
Pikes Peak Ranger District – 719-636-1602

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Trail Info

Rampart Range Motorized Management Committee

Located in the Pike-San Isabel National Forest about 35 miles southwest of Denver are nearly 200 miles of trails with terrain and challenges varied enough for riders of all abilities to find enjoyable.

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Rights and Education

Rampart Range Motorized Management Committee

If you are at all concerned about your access to and use of public lands in general and the Rampart Range area in particular, you need to make your concerns heard. Take part in the preservation of the area.

READ MORE…

Updates

Trail Status: OPEN

Trails are OPEN

Rampart Range Road Status: CLOSED

Support

Rampart Range Motorized Management Committee

The RRMMC is an all-volunteer, nonprofit corporation founded in 1972 to work with the Forest Service to promote and preserve the riding opportunities at Rampart. It’s a big job and we can use all the support we can get.

READ MORE…

FAQs

Rampart Range Motorized Management Committee

Q: Why don’t you designate the trails as one-way? 

Q: I need somebody to ride with.  Can you guys help me?

Q: Is “Top of the World” ever going to re-open?

Get answers to our most frequently asked questions.

READ MORE…

About RRMMC

The present Rampart Range is the result of the efforts of off-road enthusiasts whose commitment to the area began in the mid 1940s when local residents began to exercise their Harley’s and Triumphs on the old roads and game trails.

READ MORE…

Trail Info

Rampart Range Motorized Management Committee

Located in the Pike-San Isabel National Forest about 35 miles southwest of Denver are nearly 200 miles of trails with terrain and challenges varied enough for riders of all abilities to find enjoyable.

READ MORE…

FAQs

Rampart Range Motorized Management Committee

Q: Why don’t you designate the trails as one-way? 

Q: I need somebody to ride with.  Can you guys help me?

Q: Is “Top of the World” ever going to re-open?

Get answers to our most frequently asked questions.

READ MORE…

About RRMMC

The present Rampart Range is the result of the efforts of off-road enthusiasts whose commitment to the area began in the mid 1940s when local residents began to exercise their Harley’s and Triumphs on the old roads and game trails.

READ MORE…

Rights and Education

Rampart Range Motorized Management Committee

If you are at all concerned about your access to and use of public lands in general and the Rampart Range area in particular, you need to make your concerns heard. Take part in the preservation of the area.

READ MORE…

Support

Rampart Range Motorized Management Committee

The RRMMC is an all-volunteer, nonprofit corporation founded in 1972 to work with the Forest Service to promote and preserve the riding opportunities at Rampart. It’s a big job and we can use all the support we can get.

READ MORE…

Updates

Trail Status: OPEN

Trails are OPEN

Rampart Range Road Status: CLOSED

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