Fort Sage

Total Miles


1672.84 ft


2 Hours

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Best Time

Fall, Summer, Spring

Trail Overview

This is an out-of-the-way off-road area that is not well known to the general public, but it has marked trails spanning 28,598 acres, with newer facilities and plenty of privacy. Most of the trails are sandy but fairly easy, with perhaps fewer bumps than your typical desert trails, but still, enough sand whoops to make you a little bit weary. There are a number of steep climbs also, including one steep sandy chute called the "Widowmaker".The access road is a wide and smooth dirt road but larger RVs might find the parking area to be a little cramped but manageable. The main staging area has picnic tables, fire rings, and a clean restroom but no developed campsites. This is a great choice to get away for a weekend, without traveling too far and without dealing with large crowds. Chances are good you'll have the whole place to yourself.


This tail has lots of sand and boulders fields and most trails are single-track.

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