Bronco Peak

Primary route through Corral Canyon OHV area with a big climb and steep descent.

Total Miles
2.6

Elevation

1271 ft

Duration

2 Hours

Technical Rating

8

Difficult

Best Time

Spring/Fall

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Trail Overview

If you are exploring the Corral Canyon OHV Area, this is the main 4-wheel-drive trail. Most of the trails are specifically for ATVs and dirt bikes, but this one is open to 4X4 vehicles and is often combined with Sidewinder, Trail #90. Climb the trail to the top of Bronco Peak and follow the steep, 800-foot descent to Los Pinos Mountain Loop, Trail #89. Bobcat Meadow Campground (fee area) is a great place to set up camp for the night.

Difficulty

Difficult: This trail will test your articulation to the max. It's extremely tight with large boulders and few bypasses. Body damage and rollovers are not uncommon. We recommend front and rear lockers.

Technical Rating

8

Access Description

Follow directions to Corral Canyon OHV Area as described in Los Pinos Mountain Loop, Trail #89. When you reach the Four Corners parking area, bear left heading south on a narrow, paved road. Once you reach Bobcat Meadow Campground, continue another 0.8 mile, after the road turns to dirt. Trail is on the right marked #3.