Jeeps, UTVs (Side by Side), ATVs and dirt bikes are welcome.
CB radios will be used to keep the communication between the leading vehicle and the last vehicle.
We will have stops along the route to re-group and have a good time.
About Trail: Webster Pass to Montezuma
Webster Pass is a relatively easy 4WD road. From the north, there are not any serious obstacles other than one stream crossing that, during Spring runoff, will test the door seals of stock trucks.Just south of the summit, there is an extremely narrow section with a startling 300 foot drop off.
The Forest Service recommends that this section not be attempted by "full-size vehicles." The driver of any sized vehicle had better be on point. It would be a good idea to send a spotter ahead on foot to check for fresh rock fall or washouts and to stop any oncoming traffic. You do not want to have to reverse through the narrows. Beyond the narrows, the south side is quite tame.
The difficulty level is between Easy to Moderate depending on the driver's experience. There will be some water crossing and the few narrows spots.
All participants will receive a waiver in the email with the sent with your confirmation of registration. Waivers must to be filled, signed, printed and present at the event.We will meet at 8:30am.
Meet up and unloading location: 2633 Hall Valley Rd, Dillon, CO 80435 (Handcart Trailhead parking area)
Google map link: https://goo.gl/maps/Xbpfe2Nn4KykdMUs8
Coordinates: 39.4820127717242, -105.79367644524106
Recommended to bring:
- Full tank of gas
- Updated 2022 to 2023 OHV sticker for (ATV and UTV only )
- If you have GMRS radio or cheapie walk-talkie bring it (optional but helpful)
- Lunch and water
- Sunscreen, lip balm, mosquito repellant
- Toilette paper and hand sanitizer
- Warm clothing in layers and shoes with good grip
- Water proof jacket or rain-poncho just in case of surprise showers
- ATV riders is strongly advised to were proper ridding helmet
If you're bringing your own Off-Road vehicle, make sure that it's in good working condition. Check the fluids and/or have your mechanic look your vehicle over. COFA strongly recommends that you have insurance on your own vehicle. You never know what may happen and it's best to be protected.
COFA is an All-Volunteer organization and is a designated 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Your donation of $25 per person provides for COFA's ministry and outreach programs including youth, men, women and family. We greatly appreciate your financial assistance!
If you have questions, contact Wilson at 720-588-9707 or Mike at 303.880.9878. We can tell you what gear to bring, what to expect, and answer any questions you may have.
|Event Donation||$ 25.00|