Difficulty: 3.5 of 5
Miles: 30 +/-
The Color trail system is single track and is a little easier on the dirt bike and body than Five Miles of Hell. These single track dirt bike trails still have some challenging obstacles but are much less intimidating. There is a good variety of terrain on each of these trails.
The Red Trail has the most challenging obstacles of the surrounding area except for Five Miles of Hell. The Red trail traverses the well marked slick rock up and down several steep climbs and descents leading into several breathtaking sand filled washes. This is not for the beginner or timid dirt bike rider. The following trails are more suited for less advanced riders.
The Blue Trail is a more mellow trail. By no means is this a boring dirt bike trail. The ride pace is faster and has some small whoops and jumps along the way.
The Orange Trail can accessed by the Blue Trail, Red Trail, Green Trail, or VJ Trail. The Orange Trail is somewhat technical and slower paced at the north end. Big whoop sections can be found through out the length of the trail. The south end of the trail follows a wide sandy wash with long sweeping corners.
The Green and Blue Trail start together on the North side. The Green trail, similar to the Blue trail, join up with the Orange Trail. The trail is smooth and fun and fast. About a mile before you reach the Orange Trail you'll find the VJ Trail head.
The VJ Trail is somewhat unknown. It may be new to the trail system but it's not on many maps and clearly not ridden much. The VJ Trail connects the south end of the Orange Trail to the Green Trail. This allows dirt bikes to ride a loop without having to back track over the same trail. The VJ Trail starts out in a sandy wash at the south end but quickly jumps out into single track all the way to the Green Trail.
The Lone Man trail starts about a mile and a half from the start of the Red Trail at the North end. It heads South East and meets up and the South end of Five Miles of Hell. Lone Man is mostly dirt road or two track trail. It's quite rocky on the South side. The two escape routes with in Five Miles of Hell lead right onto Lone Man Trail.
If you are looking for a guide for these trails, see our GUIDED RIDES page.