Bocco Mountain, Blue Lake

Miles of single-track riding in this popular dirt bike destination

Total Miles
8.1
Plan with onX Offroad

Elevation
2607.28

Duration
3 t 4

Technical Rating
5/10

Best Time
Summer/Fall

Trail Overview

There are over 18 miles of single-track trails in this popular dirt biking area, with spectacular views from the top. There is also a fun Jeep/ATV road that cuts through the middle. If you take the road to Blue Lake, you will start on a wide dirt road that narrows and gets rougher closer to the lake. Blue Lake road is open all year. Bocco Mountain is open May through November

Difficulty

Moderate. Bocco Mountain has one steep section that is washed out with large ruts and is impassable when wet. For this road you'll need high clearance, low-range gearing and good articulation. The road to Blue Lake is easy and suitable for most SUVs.

History

All roads and trails in this area have been selected by the BLM to avoid the Mill Creek riparian area that runs northwest to southeast along BLM Road 8500. It is very important that you stay on designated routes at all times.

Access Description

Get off I-70 at Wolcott, Exit 157. Head north and turn left on Highway 6. In Wolcott, turn right on Highway 131 and go north 3 miles to Horse Mountain Road on left. Follow this road west 1.6 miles to parking lot on left under power lines. (Note: BLM and Google Maps show Horse Mountain Road as Mill Creek Road; however, the sign on Highway 131 said Horse Mountain Road (see photo).

Get the App
Find Off-Road Trails
Unlock more information on Bocco Mountain, Blue Lake.
Asset 1apple Asset 2droidAsset 3droid