Machines

    We offer both side by side UTVs and two person ATVs
    Honda UTV

    Honda UTV

    The Pioneer 500 is a brilliant concept: Like a full-sized side-by-side, it lets you take a passenger along and has the off-road capability to get you where you need to go. But the Pioneer 500 is a new take on the SxS formula: it’s narrow, fits on tight trails, is fun to drive, and easy to load into a full-size truck bed.

    But you still get a full-sized list of features, like independent rear suspension, four-wheel drive, and paddle shifting. And that’s just the start. Want to go where no side-by-side can? The Pioneer 500 can get you there and back again, and you’ll have fun doing it.

    Polaris UTV

    Polaris UTV

    A new high mounted air intake keeps combustion air high and dry. This is great for crossing through the the mud and water,

    The RZR is only 50 inches wide, which makes it an excellent choice for an rider who needs a SxS that can negotiate tight trails. The characteristics make the cabin a snug fit also contribute to the RZR ability to negotiate tight terrain. However, once inside, the adjustable steering allows taller riders to squeeze under the steering wheel to stretch out your legs.

    Artic Cat ATV

    Artic Cat ATV

    The 650 has carved a niche in the 650 class as a torque monster that loves to play. Oh yeah, if you need to pull your house across the yard, it can do that too!

    The H1 is a single-cylinder, liquid-cooled 641cc four-stroke engine designed by Arctic Cat for massive low-end and mid-range torque. The automatic transmission will take riders through or over just about anything without so much as a whimper.

    Lodging & Dining in Creede

    While in Creede we recommend visiting the following businesses....
    Cascada Bar & Grill
    Cascada Bar & Grill
    Mountain Mex
    Pizzeria 8852'
    Pizzeria 8852'
    Pizza & Creede Brews
    Creede Sweet Spot
    Creede Sweet Spot
    For your sweet tooth
    Fireman's Inn
    Fireman's Inn
    Sleep with history
    Cascada Cabins
    Cascada Cabins
    More than a room!

    Are you ready for a little adventure?

    Photos

    Pictures of our riders
    Our Slice of The Rockies

    Our Slice of The Rockies

    Rio Grande National Forest

    The Rio Grande National Forest (NF) is 1.86 million acres located in southwestern Colorado and remains one of the true undiscovered jewels of Colorado. The Continental Divide runs for 236 miles along most of the western border of the Forest. The Forest presents myriad ecosystems; from 7600-ft alpine desert to over 14,300-ft in the majestic Sangre de Cristo Wilderness on the eastern side.

     

    Creede, Colorado "The Essence of the Rockies"

    Creede and Mineral County have so much to offer. The county consist of 96% National Forest Lands and features two wilderness areas-the Weminuche and LaGarita Wilderness Areas along with the Continental Divide and Colorado Trails. Within the Rio Grande National Forest you will find the unique Wheeler Geologic Area. The Rio Grande River and several streams offer an unparalleled fly fishing experience. The Bachelor Historic Loop Tour takes you through Creede's silver mining district and ghost towns.

     

    Headwaters of the Rio Grande and San Juan Rivers

    Two mighty Southwest rivers rise in Mineral County’s San Juan Mountains. The Rio Grande, third longest river in the U.S., is well known as the international border between Texas and Mexico. This great river begins its flow high on the eastern slopes of the Continental Divide just west of Creede. Collecting water from many rivulets and smaller streams, including Willow Creek, which flows through downtown Creede, the Rio Grande gathers strength for its 1,800-mile journey to the Gulf of Mexico.

     

    Trails

    Trails galore interlace the countryside around Creede and throughout Mineral County. Public lands, which constitute 95% of the county, provide ample access to Forest Service trails, many of which carry multi-use designations

     

    Wheeler Geologic Area

    The formation of the La Garita and San Juan mountains began about 30 million years ago. Eruptions from massive volcanoes, like the Creede Caldera, were followed by tremendous flows of ash and mud. As the layers of volcanic debris cooled, crystals and mineral ores collected into veins and pockets to create extensive mineral fields. This era of mountain building laid down the volcanic tuff that has become the Wheeler Geologic Area. Water erosion then carved a starkly impressive landscape of fragile capstones, needles, and spires.

     

    Wildlife Viewing

    Depending on the season, mule deer, elk, bighorn sheep, moose and a host of other mammals and birds are abundant. Summer or winter, deer are a fairly common encounter while elk, moose, and bighorn sheep tend to migrate into lower valleys as the high country weather cools. Bear, lynx, cougar, bobcat, marmot, ground squirrels and many other small mammals also are common to the area.

     

    Fishing

    To access some of the best fishing in the Rockies you need an all terain vehicle. Using one of our ATV's makes access easy and you will be guaranteed to leave the crowds behind.