Off-Road drivers are always looking for interesting and challenging new trails to test their skill, much like racers are always trying to beat fast opponents and sports teams look forward to a solid game against competent opponents. For all you drivers out there, we’ve compiled a list of the top 5 jeep trails you absolutely must visit if you get the chance to do so. Of course, any top 5 list like this should be viewed as a subjective thing rather than something totally factual. With that little disclaimer made, here are our favorite jeep trails and where you can find them.
The mountains and passes in and around Colorado make the US State a great place for Off-Road drivers who are looking for difficult and challenging trails. Specifically, the San Juan Mountain in Colorado features many of the best trails in Colorado, including the Black Bear Road, which is one of the best not only in the state, but also in the entire country. It starts at the peak of Red Mountain Pass and rolls right downhill, which should make it clear that you should exercise caution if you ever do pay a visit to the mountainous stretch.
There are other great trails around the United States though, so it’s not like Colorado has the monopoly on places to go driving Off-Road. For instance, the Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forest down in Georgia is home to several dozen distinctive trails, close to 80 in total. The fact that so many unique trails are all gathered in one convenient location pretty much guaranteed this forest a place on this list. The location is perfect for Off-Road drivers of all skill levels, with trails for novices and beginners as well as intermediate and professional level drivers. It sure is one versatile location.