Devil Mountain-Fr Rd 626

Total Miles
11.4

Elevation

3,029.73 ft

Duration

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Technical Rating

3

Easy

Best Time

Spring, Summer, Fall

Trail Overview

Camping, Jeeping and Hunting on Devil Mountain-Fr Rd 626 There is some space when you first turn onto the trail from Hwy 160 to air up or down. After that area the Devil Mountain trail is pretty much uphill. The road is rocky so high clearance 4x4 vehicles are recommended as some of the climbs are steep and some areas have loose rocks. During the spring and early summer, the road can be slick like many of the trails due to snowmelt. All along the way up the trail there are several disturbed primitive campsites, several with cross bars lashed in place for game. At the end of the trail is the Mesa Spring Hunters Camp. All along the way you will pass intersections with the Mule Mountain ATV trails. These trails will connect and lead to Elk Creek and Horse Creek ATV trails.

Photos of Devil Mountain-Fr Rd 626

Devil Mountain-Fr Rd 626
Devil Mountain-Fr Rd 626
Devil Mountain-Fr Rd 626

Difficulty

The trail has some steep climbs and some loos rocks in areas. Most of of not all the trail, 2WD is all you need.

Technical Rating

3

Status Reports

Heather Miller
Aug 09, 2023
4x4
Open
Dusty
Kyle Basham
Jul 03, 2023
4x4
Open
Dusty

Access Description

Devil Mountain is about 18 miles west of Pagosa Springs on the north side of highway 160.

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