Auto/Motorcycle

Dolores River

The Dolores River flows for more than 200 miles through southwestern Colorado, starting high in the San Juan Mountains and descending to its confluence with the Colorado River near the Colorado-Utah border. The Dolores flows through five major western life zones, from the alpine life zone at its headwaters ...

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Nez Perce National Forest

Located in north central Idaho between Oregon and Montana, lies the Nez Perce National Forest. Of the Forest's 2.2 million-acres, nearly one half of the land is classified wilderness. Four wild and scenic rivers and several recreational rivers have carved deep canyons into the surrounding mountainous terrain. Large ...

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Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest

Located in Southwest Montana, the Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest is the largest of the national forests in Montana. The forest offers breath-taking scenery for a wide variety of recreation pursuits. Whether it's wilderness trekking in the Anaconda-Pintler or Lee Metcalf wildernesses, driving the Gravelly Range Road or Pioneer ...

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Cosumnes River Preserve

Cosumnes River country holds a very special place among California landscapes and amazing recreation opportunities. The Cosumnes is a small river, a mere 80 miles long. Its headwaters in the El Dorado National Forest rise at only 8,000' above sea level. The Cosumnes River Preserve is home to California's ...

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Spangler/Red Mountain

The Spangler Hills Off-Highway Vehicle Area (OHV) offers over 57,000 acres of open public land where you can ride anywhere your skill and machine will take you. Situated at the edge of the Mojave Desert and the toe of the Sierras, it is a great place to be in ...

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Muleshoe Ranch

This area boasts rugged mountains, canyon streams, saguaro cactus, and mesquite bosques that are home to desert dwellers such as coati mundi, javelina, and a wide variety of neo-tropical migratory birds and native fish. The mosaic of public and private land, which includes the BLM's Redfield Canyon Wilderness, ...

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Route 66 Historic Back Country Byway

Scenic beauty, history, and the bray of a distant burro await travelers to the area. Recapture childhood memories, visit the old gold mining town of Oatman, or see for scores of miles from the tri-state overlook. The opportunities are endless for hours of leisurely recreational driving. The road is ...

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Big Sheep Creek

Recreational opportunities abound in this area! This isolated, spectacular mountain valley is a narrow canyon with a good dirt road that often provides exceptional opportunities to view bighorn sheep and other wildlife, as well as hiking, picnicking, and auto touring. The Big Sheep Creek Back Country Byway is a ...

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Bradshaw Trail

The Bradshaw Trail is a 65-mile graded road that traverses mostly public land between the Chuckwalla Mountains and the Chocolate Mountain Aerial Gunnery Range; it offers spectacular views of the Chuckwalla Bench, Orocopia Mountains, Chuckwalla Mountains and the Palo Verde Valley. It was the first road blazed through Riverside ...

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Squaw Leap Recreation Management Area

Once in Madera County, the visitor has a choice of two trails to travel. The northern portion of the trail makes a six-mile loop which takes one into the chaparral clothed uplands where they will encounter mountain lilac (ceanothus), manzaita, mountain mahogany, and many other shrubs and annual wildflowers. ...

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