BLM 8600I

Total Miles


2,176.20 ft


0.5 Hours

Technical Rating



Best Time

Fall, Summer, Spring

Trail Overview

BLM 8600I starts off of Highway 131 across from the dirt pull-off/staging area. It starts on a sandy trail that parallels the highway with lots of whoops. It turns south on a fast and flowy trail despite so many whoops, going in and out of the pinyon pine. Then it starts to switchback up the mesa and turns into a really rocky trail. The switchbacks have some small boulders in the turn, so they are more technical, and the trail starts to have a lot of embedded chunky slab rock in it. It continues south with a lot of technical downhills with rock ledges covered in loose dirt. There is one big 4-foot high slick rock face you have to get up. A lot of times you can pick an alternate line that is easier since the trail and the obstacles are really wide and there are alternate lines through the obstacle.

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BLM 8600I
BLM 8600I
BLM 8600I


The obstacles on this trail are more technical, with loose dirt and lots of curvy sections.

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Access Description

The McCoy Trail System is on BLM land west of the small town of McCoy, Colorado. This trail system hardly has any trail signs, and has lots of unmarked intersections. There is no service in the area, so it's best to download the maps ahead of time. The system is made up of lots of short trails varying in difficulty from easy to advanced, with lots of rock obstacles and great views of the Colorado River. There is a staging area that is a dirt pull-off on Highway 131 near BLM 8625 that accesses trails on the west and east sides of this highway. There are also some small staging areas and BLM camp spots for small rigs on the Colorado River Road 301 to access the trails from the south. There's some private property in the area that should be respected. This area gets really hot in the summer, so the best times to ride are spring and fall.

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