650 Long Hollow ATV Trail

Total Miles


2,771.62 ft


0.75 Hours

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Best Time

Spring, Summer, Fall

Trail Overview

The northern segment of Long Hollow ATV Trail is 8 miles long all the way to Rampart Range Road. This segment of #650 is a bit harder than the southern portion due to the addition of several intermediate rock obstacles that could be hard for an ATV. It has several climbs and descents, and lots of big sweeping banked corners. It has tighter spots through a ravine, some ruts, a very small creek crossing, and big hairpin turns. The upper half of the trail gets even more interesting when going through big rock granite boulders, rock pinches, and intermittent embedded rocks in the trail. There is a harder spot with big boulders embedded in the trail, but it has a bypass around the obstacle. There is also a rocky hairpin turn with boulders, and this one does not have a bypass.


The southern half of this segment of #650 is pretty easy, while the upper half has several moderate rock obstacles like rocky hairpin turns and embedded boulders.

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Access Description

The Rampart Range Recreation Area is an extensive trail system in the Pike National Forest southwest of Sedalia, Colorado. There are several trailheads, but it is most commonly accessed from the north off of North State Highway 67. This is a highly maintained and regulated trail system; make sure you have your OHV registration card and decals. There are first-come-first-serve paid campsites and several restrooms. The area closes seasonally by December 1st and reopens in the spring sometime in April or May based on weather and mud conditions. All ATV trails in the area are designated for vehicles 50-inches or less and are mostly easy to intermediate difficulty, while the single tracks are more difficult. Note that only licensed vehicles are allowed on Rampart Range Road, so there are often separate trailheads at the start and end of each trail.

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