BLM Route 5895

Total Miles


2,101.39 ft


1.5 Hours

Technical Rating



Best Time

Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter

Trail Overview

This road is pretty easy for SUVs to get up to the top of the mountain until you reach the junction of 5895 and 5900. At this point, 5895 gets narrow and rougher. If you don't want to get your vehicle scratched, it is not recommended to go further. The road is also too narrow in places for full-size trucks, as the road goes down through big boulders that are tight for wider vehicles. There are not too many places to pass. You will get cell service once you reach the top. This is an in-and-out trail, private land, and the east end of the trail.

Photos of BLM Route 5895

BLM Route 5895
BLM Route 5895
BLM Route 5895


The trail has a few rocky sections that will require so skill to negotiate.

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Access Description

The trail starts at the end of Fremont County Road 21A on the left. About 1/4 mile up the trail is a large flat area that can accommodate several trucks and trailers and camping.

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