Safety Considerations

Safety Considerations

Safety Considerations Dirt biking (or any form of motorized recreation) can be dangerous. There is always the potential for injury, dismemberment, death and all sorts of ugly things that most people don’t want to have happen to them.At any given time, there...
OHV Registration

OHV Registration

Colorado's OHV Registration Program  Money pooled from the OHV registration program go directly into the trails that we enjoy.   Note: The information below reflects changes which went in to effect April 1, 2008.Colorado Law administered by Colorado Parks and Wildlife...
Sound Limits

Sound Limits

All That Racket One of the biggest obstacles to off road motorcycling today is sound. Plain and simple, the general public doesn’t like to hear us. Even off-road enthusiasts can get annoyed at the sound of a loud bike. How do you think local landowners feel when...
Trail Markings

Trail Markings

Trial signs and what they mean Know before you go with this handy guide.It is important to stay on designated trails and to only operate allowable vehicles on restricted trails. The following signs are used throughout the Rampart area to indicate permitted...
Directions

Directions

Directions to Rampart Range Recreation Area From Denver, take Santa Fe (Highway 85) south to Sedalia, or from Castle Rock, take Highway 85 north to Sedalia. From Sedalia, take Highway 67 west approximately ten miles to Rampart Range Road. It is at the top of a hill...
Trail Etiquette

Trail Etiquette

Etiquette on the Trails It is the responsibility of the trail user to know some basic rules of etiquette. All trail traffic at Rampart Range is TWO-WAY traffic. Be careful when approaching blind corners etc… there could be someone already there. Hand signals help to...
Suggested Items to Carry

Suggested Items to Carry

Some of the trails can be quite remote. It is a good idea to carry a few supplies in case of emergency. The follow is a list of items frequently used for trailside repairs or personal safety.• Water – hydration pack or similar• Fanny pack or fender bag• Trail...
Tread Lightly

Tread Lightly

Tread Lightly Core Principles  Travel and Recreate with Minimum Impact • Travel only in areas that are open to your type of recreation.• Travel only on routes designated for motorized use. • Don’t create new routes or expand existing trails.• Avoid sensitive areas.•...