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around the State of Colorado together.  We are also about

participating in public events to help inform the general public

about responsible OHV recreation

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Attention Everyone,

Here is an IMPORTANT message from our friends at Bighorn Jeep Club:

I just had an extended discussion with Paula Peterson from WRNF and she asked that I get the word out that Holy Cross Road is not open for use this Memorial Day weekend. In fact Homestake Road (which is the access road to the trail) is gated & closed due to both a wash out at 4 mile and the snow level coming down to 7 mile, with snow falling now and more forecast for over the weekend.

You can check additional road status' here and we will try and update if we hear of anything else

Letter From our President

Brian O'Connor


Why Join Club?

I get asked all the time why should I join a club? Well there are many reasons so let me try to share some of them with you.

First, as humans we like belonging to a community, we have for thousands of years. When given the choice we tend to join the community or group of people.... 

CFW-Women of Wheeling

The CFW women took to the wheel for our first WOW run on 4/26. We were joined by several guys who good-naturedly paid the $5 donation or wore barrettes or headbands in order to drive. Some of the guys did both, and others donned pink shirts to show their support. We had 15 vehicles on this run, which was awesome considering we had a snow storm move in that day, so we anticipated getting rained and snowed on!


We met up at the IHOP at Southgate for breakfast, and then followed Chrystie Marden up Old Stage Road. Initially, the weather changed just about every five minutes, from rain to sleet and then snow, and then back again in a haphazard manner. Of course, there was a ton of fog too, so we just had to imagine the views. The roads were wet, but not terribly slick, which was nice.


Once we hit Victor, we turned south and hopped on Phantom Canyon Road. Many of us had never been on that trail, and we were mesmerized. The foliage was lush and despite the lack of vistas to see, it was still a beautiful road to explore. We noticed several campsites, which got many of us wishing for warmer weather. We all decided that taking Phantom Canyon in the fall would be amazing too. Fortunately, it was warmer in the canyon, so the snow abated and we only had rain to deal with. We made it down to highway 50, and split up from there, after airing up.


It was a great run to get novice drivers more comfortable, and to get our passengers more comfortable too. We will definitely be doing more WOW runs in the future!! Thanks to everyone who came out with us!!

Extreme Terrrain Clean Trail Grant

Is your Club eligible for the Grant from Extreme Terrain?


Check it out HERE to see if you are, the

Larimer County Four Wheel Drive Club

was just approved for theirs.

Northern District Comes Together

On Sunday, April 26th, 34 volunteers from three northern district 4WD clubs gathered at the Kelly Flats / Winterstein Mesa trail head. We met with Ranger Lenora Arevalos who went through the safety rules for the jobs at hand and passed out hard hats and hand tools. 



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