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The Colorado 4WD Association is a not-for-profit umbrella organization for the four-wheel drive community and supports numerous four-wheel drive clubs in the state of Colorado. We began in 1968. We are founding members of the Colorado Off Highway Vehicle Coalition (COHVCO) , and members of the Colorado Off Road Enterprise (CORE), Stay The Trail, United Four Wheel Drive Associations (UFWDA), Blue Ribbon Coalition ( and Tread Lightly!

WE WON! Multiple use access to Continental Divide Trail has been protected!

We did it! With the weight of the Colorado Off Road Community, we protected multiple use access to Continental Divide Trail. Per Colorado Off Highway Vehicle Coalition (COHVCO) - Facebook

WE WON! Multiple use access to Continental Divide Trail has been protected!

A broad coalition of users including Trail Preservation Alliance, Colorado Off Highway Vehicle and Colorado Snowmobile Association are celebrating a successful objection of the Rio Grande Forest Plan management of the Continental Divide Trail (“CDNST”). The Forest had proposed to restrict usage to horseback and hiking only despite a long history of multiple use of the CDNST. In the Objection decision, the forest was instructed to correct their decision to reflect the multiple use nature of the trail as specified in the National Trails System Act... Read more here on Facebook

Colorado Parks & Wildlife has extended OHV permits to 30 April 2020

Our friends at Colorado Parks & Wildlife has extended OHV Registrations...

Colorado Parks and Wildlife has extended the expiration date of all OHV registrations for a period of 30 days. Off-highway vehicle registrations and permits expiring March 31, 2020 are now valid until April 30, 2020.

Our goal is for this step to greatly eliminate in-person traffic at CPW offices and visitor centers and alleviate concerns for those seeking to renew registrations. Click here for additional information.


The Bureau of Land Management is waiving day-use fees at recreation sites and areas for the foreseeable future."

After careful consideration and at the direction of Secretary of the Interior David Bernhardt, the Bureau of Land Management will temporarily suspend the collection of all entrance fees until further notice. Click here for additional information.

Colorado Jeep Girls - Snow wheeling near Barbour Fork

Snow wheeling is a proud winter tradition in Colorado. Here's a short video from Colorado Jeep Girls an their recent outing near Barbour Fork.

2020 Easter Jeep Safari has been Canceled

 Red Rock 4 Wheelers

2020 Easter Jeep Safari Update:
RE Corona Virus
The emergency ordinance by the Grand County council and Moab City limiting attendance at special events has been extended to encompass motels and campgrounds in and around Moab. Guests have three days to check out of all motels and campgrounds, they are then to remain closed for 30 days. All the restaurants are restricted to curb service only at this time.

In the best interests of everyone concerned, for the first time in 53 years, we are canceling Easter Jeep Safari.

There is no need to contact us, your Event fees will be refunded to your credit card as soon as possible, your patience is greatly appreciated as these may take 30-60 days to process. Sorry, we do not have the ability to retain your payments for the 2021 EJS.

Please note – the trail of the month for March (3/21/20) and April (4/18/20) have been canceled.

A lot of people have concerns that the trails around Moab will be closed if Safari doesn’t happen. This is not the case, the trails here are always open as they are BLM, Multiple Use Lands.

We appreciate your support through the years and hope to see you in 2021. Take care and be safe in your daily lives and travels.
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