Little Horse

Total Miles


2,148.35 ft


0.75 Hours

Technical Rating



Best Time

Spring, Summer, Fall

Trail Overview

Little Horse is a 62-inch designated trail in the Munds Park OHV area that is an intermediate difficulty due to many sections of rocks. It's a 7-mile trail with very little elevation change. The trail starts right at the Munds Park Trailhead off Forest Service Road 240. The first section is easier with fewer rocks, followed by a section in the middle that is really nice and smooth, fast and flowy through the tall pine trees. The trees are pretty tight in a few spots, and there are a few hairpin turns. The east half of the trail is the rockiest, with some small rock ledges, and a pretty consistent loose rocky surface. The trail isn't difficult and doesn't have any notable big obstacles; it's just really rocky and makes for a bumpy ride. This type of terrain could be hard for a beginner dirt biker or a stock utility UTV, but it is likely pretty easy for most UTVs. The trail goes through a nice pine and oak tree forest, and it's pretty in fall when the oak leaves are changing color. The trail has a section in the middle where it pops onto a full-width road for a bit.

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Little Horse
Little Horse


The trail starts at the Munds Park Trailhead off of FS Road 240.

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Access Description

The Munds Park OHV system is made up of several 62-inch designated OHV trails of varying difficulties, but most are very rocky. You can access the trails from either the Iron Springs Staging Area or Munds Park Trailhead, both of which have space for trailers. All of the OHV trails prohibit full-width vehicles, so UTVs must be 62 inches or less.

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