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The Blue Mesa 4 Wheelers club was organized in 1985 by five charter members. The club has grown to around 15 family member units, some as far away as California and Connecticut. The basic interests of the members are serious four-wheeling and to protect and promote four-wheeling using whatever resources we have available.

Gunnison, Colorado, home of the Blue Mesa 4 Wheelers, is located in the west central part of the state. This area is the center of 4-wheeling as the club sees it.

The club has adopted USFS four-wheel drive passes in the Gunnison area such as Pearl Pass, Scofield Pass, and Williams Pass.

Visitors and guests are welcome to attend any club meetings and outings. The club enjoys 4-wheeling immensely, but understand that work has to be done to ensure a four-wheeling future for all.

Meetings are at 7:00 p.m. on the second Tuesday of each month at the Gunnison Rural Electric office just west of Gunnison Highway 50.

The purpose of the Creeper Jeepers Gang of Durango is to unite adventure loving people in worthwhile 4-wheel drive activities; to educate its members in the proper manner of all road driving; to protect and preserve the natural beauty and terrain; to participate on a voluntary basis in highway clean-ups, adopt-a-trail clean-ups and repairs, and other humanitarian missions as the community needs; to share good fellowship while operating our vehicles in a manner so as to preserve and protect our land for all generations; and to extend the courtesy of the open road to all. We adhere to "Tread Lightly" which promotes responsible use of our nation's public and private lands.

As an organized four-wheel drive club we are also members of the Colorado Association of 4 Wheel Drive Clubs, Colorado Off Highway Vehicle Coalition, The Blue Ribbon Coalition, and the United Four-Wheel Drive Associations, Inc. Together we work for the common interest of preserving four-wheel drive roads throughout the United States. We have been able to enjoy majestic scenery from the deepest canyons and from the tops of the highest peaks, attainable only with four-wheel drive vehicles.

As a club, we have many pre-planned local four-wheel drive trips and social get-togethers. We also coordinate week long trips to places like Moab and Canyonlands area in Utah, Farmington and Las Cruces in New Mexico, and the Rubicon Trail in California. We are open to all four-wheel drive trucks, from bone-stock to highly modified. Trips are rated according to difficulty, so you know what is appropriate for your vehicle. If exploring scenic and challenging four-wheel drive trails, socializing with other four-wheelers in a family atmosphere, or enjoying a group event sharing laughs and swapping tall-tales interests you, then contact the Creeper Jeepers and join in the fun.

Durango Chapter Creeper Jeepers meetings are held at the La Plata County Fairgrounds extension building on the FIRST TUESDAY of each month at 7:00pm. Pagosa Springs Chapter Creeper Jeepers meetings are held at the Pagosa Springs Community Center on the THIRD MONDAY of each month at 7:00pm

The Grand Mesa Jeep Club, located out of Grand Junction, was incorporated as a club in 1962. Since its beginning, the club has grown to as many as 65 families and decreases to as few as five. Presently there are 31 family members.

While the main purpose of the club is to enjoy wheeling and the outdoors, we are actively involved in keeping our public lands open and accessible to 4x4's. In 1991 the GJMC was successful, along with eight other OHV groups, in appealing a decision concerning the Grand Mesa National Forest.

We hold business meetings the first Monday of every month, and a Jeep trip the third Saturday of every month. Some members get together on weekends and make a spontaneous trip to the many areas that surround us, such as the Grand Mesa, the San Juan Mountains, the Uncompahgre National Forest, or Moab, Utah.

We are always happy to host guests at our meetings and outings. If you're in the area and would like to partake in the fun, contact us.

Celebrating 53 Years

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Enjoying Some Time Around a Camp Fire

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2015 Rock Junction Event


High Country 4-Wheelers is a family oriented 4-wheel drive club involved in many different activities. We currently have four Adopt-A-Trails, including "Transfer Trail”, located in Glenwood Springs; “Battlements Trail”, located in Battlement Mesa; “Lead King Basin”, located in Marble; and “Bowen Loop”; which is an extension of Transfer Trail in Glenwood Springs. We’re in the process of trying to add Hubbard’s Cave to our list of trails as well. We work with our local Forest Service and BLM districts to keep as many trails open as we can.

We take trail rides allover Colorado, Moab, Utah, Farmington, New Mexico, and any others we can find. Many of our trail rides include camping for a night or the weekend. A few of our members are involved in the Rock Crawling Championships and Off-Road Racing. Wherever we go we have as much fun as possible.

Fundraising is another activity we're involved in. Ideas are always welcome. Selling tickets for the raffle vehicle to support our State Association is one we join in every year. Berthod Motors, in Glenwood Springs, puts on a 4x4 event, which we are one of the major sponsors.

If you live on the Western Slope or like to four-wheel over this way, please come check out our club. We are always looking for new members. It is great to find people with the same interests (4-wheeling, camping, socializing, and lots of FUN). New people bring new ideas, which are always welcome and encouraged.

We meet as a club once a month and produce a newsletter at that time, too. We have a few minor requirements (pertaining to vehicles), and encourage anyone with a 4-wheel drive to come "wheel" with us!

We are partners with Tread Lightly, United Four Wheel Drive Associations, Colorado Off-Highway Vehicle Coalition (COHVCO), and Colorado Association of 4-Wheel Drive Clubs, Inc

The Western Slope 4-Wheelers was founded in February 1998, to promote family 4-wheeling and to protect and enjoy our country's natural beauty. The club is based in Montrose with approximately 50 members. Meetings are held the first Tuesday of each month at the Montrose Rod and Gun club at 7:00 p.m. We are members of the Colorado Association of 4 Wheel Drive Clubs, Inc. and United Four Wheel Drive Associations.

We schedule a variety of social activities and at least one trail ride every month, take regular trips to San Juan Mountains and the deserts of Utah. The WS4W participates in community activities such as the annual Montrose Parade of Lights and the Ouray 4th of July parade.

A major focus of our club is working with the Forest Service and the BLM in our area in maintaining trails both in the San Juan Mountains and the Dry Creek OHV area. We also assist the Yankee Boy Coalition in cleaning and preparing campsites on the Yankee Boy Basin Road and serving as Alpine Hosts during the summer.

Adopted trails include Poughkeepsie Gulch and Black Bear Road from the summit down to Telluride, and future trails are in the works.

So come join the fun. The WS4W is open to all 4x4's from stock to hardcore.

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