Strawberry BLM Road #2751

Total Miles


2,909.16 ft


1 Hours

Technical Rating



Best Time

Summer, Fall

Trail Overview

Traveling on this BLM road provides easy access to secluded dispersed camping all along its length and at the ends, as well as access to great mountain biking and stunning views of Fraser Valley and Byers Peak. The road is well maintained and smooth for most of its length but gets narrower, eroded, rougher, and rockier in the most remote sections, although in good conditions, 2WD vehicles should be fine on the majority of it.


The vast majority of this trail is dirt, however traveling to the most remote sections one will encounter rocks up to 12 inches, mud, water, road erosion, downed trees and overgrowth. 2WD vehicles can travel most sections of this trail in good summer conditions. 4WD recommended for wet rain/snow conditions on rougher sections.

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Status Reports

Aaron Schumacher
May 20, 2023
Temporarily Closed
Closed Gate

Access Description

Traveling North on Hwy 40 from Winter Park/Fraser, just before the left curve on the bridge into Tabernash, take a right onto Hwy 83, curving immediately left and then right, coming to a T-intersection where you'll take a left onto USFS 129. After half a mile or so take a left onto Strawberry Road, the beginning of this trail.

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