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Four Mile Trail System

Chaffee County, Colorado

Four Mile Trail System

How to Get There

To access the northern section of Four Mile, drive north on Colorado Avenue out of Buena Vista. This turns into County Road 371. You will cross the river and continue to the intersection of 375, which is right before the tunnels. There are many access points along Highway 285, both to the north and south. To access the Chinamans Gulch and Carnage Canyon routes, take Highway 285 North out of Johnsons Corner to County Road 301. Go south to the access road on your left. There is a gate and a BLM sign. Please close the gates after you go through them.

Detailed Description

Pin Point is for the staging area near the intersection of County Roads 375 and 371, to the northeast of Buena Vista.

Adopted Trails

Trail System Information

Location: 38.8748333333, -106.143416667
Location is:
Nearest City: Buena Vista
Difficulty (1-10):
Distance (mi):
Time (hh:mm):
Lowest Elevation (ft):
Highest Elevation (ft):
Best for: 4WDMotorcycleATVUTV

Note that not all of the trails in an area will be open to all vehicle types. Follow the Motor Vehicle Use Maps (MVUM)s and signage for the area and ride only on trails open to and wider than your OHV.

Maps/GPS files: PDF ZIP KMZ Map

Visit the Trail Maps page for download/print instructions, information about the Avenza App for PDF files, or a complete list of available maps!

More Info: Salida Ranger District (719) 539-3591
  Pike and San Isabel National Forests and Comanche National Grassland (719) 553-1400
  MVUM Page

Nearby Trails

Trail Name   Trail Width Length (mi)
1414   ATV   2
1415   ATV   0.6
1434   ATV   0.5
1434   ATV   5.3
1434.A   ATV   2.02
185.DA   ATV   0.25
185.DB   ATV   0.2
Chinaman's Gulch / Carnage Canyon   4WD   0.21
Pomeroy Lakes   ATV   0.84
Triad Ridge ATV   ATV   4.48
Triad Ridge ATV   ATV   1.66
Triad Ridge Single Track   Motorcycle   6.26

Return to the OHV Trail Guide Map or Guide Index page.

   In Partnership With:
Stay The Trail Colorado was Awarded the 2013 Outstanding Trail Sharing Award
American Trails

This award recognizes innovative & successful trail sharing efforts, programs, & systems.

American Trails' 21st National Trails Awards Program honors people and programs at the 21st American Trails International Symposium. The awards celebration was held at Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation, Arizona, April 16, 2013.

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