Upper Fivemile Road 7436

Total Miles


2,242.90 ft


0.5 Hours

Technical Rating



Best Time

Fall, Summer, Spring

Trail Overview

This is a short 50" trail that connects the Fivemile dirt road with the ATV and single track 7433 trails. From the north end it's a steady downhill with some more technical features. It drops 800 feet in 1.6 miles. It's a road width trail for most of it, but it has steep downhills with twisty turns. There are lots of golf ball sized loose rock in the beginning covering the surface of the trail, with several small rock ledges and drop offs. It switchbacks down with lots of ruts running straight down the trail and has potential for some big mud holes in the spring and summer. Stay left at the unmarked intersection to stay on this trail (when going downhill). It ends in a meadow at the intersection with the dirt road.

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Upper Fivemile Road 7436
Upper Fivemile Road 7436
Upper Fivemile Road 7436


Moderate ATV trail with steep grades, rocky surface and small rock ledges.

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Access Description

This trail system in the Caribou National Forest is full of several single track and 50" trails with amazing views and are full of wildflowers in spring and summer. The area will likely be hot and dusty in late summer. The west side of the trail system can be accessed from Highway 36 (Deep Creek Road) at the Third Creek Motorized Trailhead. The east side of the system can be accessed from a staging area off of Five Mile Road outside the town of Dayton.

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