ATVs, Jeeps and 4-Wheeling.

For those who love the great outdoors and enjoy a thrilling ride, few things equal the fun of four-wheeling. And when it comes to 4 wheeling few places on earth can compare to Pagosa Springs.

ATV Trails

East Fork / Elwood Pass (FR 667)

Blue Creek 4x4 Trail

Rentals

Outback ATV Rentals

Experience breathtaking views of the SanJuan Mountains and wildlife of Pagosa Springs, Colorado onboard your rented atv from Outback Atv Rentals. We have single and double rider atvs as well as 2 passenger side by side razors and 6 passenger ranger crew cabs all  with automatic transmissions  made by Polaris.

We have 2.5 hr, 3.5 hr, 5 hr, and all day rentals.  You can ride at our location, Turkey Spings- USFS Road 628, 629, 630 and you do not have to hassel with towing a trailer. There are 3 different mountains with many true atv trails (50 inches or less) that can be accessed from our place for a total of about 1 and 1/2 days of riding time.

Outback Mountain ATV Rentals
Pagosa Springs, CO 81147
970-731-2880

San Juan ATV Tours

Wolf Creek Snowmobile Tours is now branching out to include San Juan ATV Tours. Our goal remains the same, providing new, powerful machines with qualified guides to give you the best possible adventure. We specialize in all types of excursions; snowmobiling in the winter and 4-Wheeling in the summer. Our certified guides will keep you safe and your adrenaline pumping. 

158 Hot Springs Blvd (Inside the Quality Inn)
Pagosa Springs, CO 81147
970-507-8703

Wilderness Journeys - 4x4 Tours

Visit hidden waterfalls and magnificent overlooks few people have ever seen.

135 Country Center Dr. Suite D
Pagosa Springs, CO 81147
970-731-4081

Regulations / Licenses

Colorado Parks and Wildlife

Colorado Parks and Wildlife manages the state parks system and the wildlife of the U.S. State of Colorado. The division currently manages the 41 state parks and 307 wildlife areas of Colorado.

151 East 16th Street
Durango, CO 81301
970-247-0855

US Forest Service - Pagosa Ranger District

The San Juan National Forest encompasses about 1.8 million acres in the southwestern corner of Colorado. Terrain ranges from high-desert mesas to alpine peaks, with thousands of miles of back roads and hundreds of miles of trails to explore. These federal lands are managed for multiple uses and visitors are asked to respect each other and the natural resources. The Forest Supervisor's Office is located in the San Juan Public Lands Center in Durango, Colorado, with district offices in Bayfield, Dolores and Pagosa Springs.

For the latest on local conditions, contact the Pagosa Ranger District.

180 Pagosa St
Pagosa Springs, CO 81147
970-264-2268