|Wolford Mountain OHV1 BLM29500|
|USGS 7.5' Map:||Kremmling, Junction Butte|
|Managed by:||BLM NW District, Kremmling Field Office||2103 E. Park Ave., Kremmling, CO 80459||(970)724-3000|
|Summary:||BLM29500 is a connector road north of Kremmling that runs along the top of the Kremmling Rock Crawl route.|
|Agency - December 15 to April 15.|
May - Best
June - Best
July - Best
August - Best
September - Best
October - Early snows possible
|Camping:||There are a few spots near the county roads that are used for camping.|
|Base Camp:||This would be a good area to base camp and explore the Wolford Mountain OHV area.|
|Fall Colors:||Poor - No aspen. Some aspen on Wolford Mountain
|Navigation:||East end start
From Kremmling CO. head east on Park Ave toward 6th Street for 1.1 miles. Turn left onto 22nd Street and go 1.0 mile. Continue onto County Hwy 22 for 2.5 miles. Turn left onto BLM29500.
West end start
From Kremmling CO head east on Park Ave toward 6th Street for 1.1 miles. Turn left onto 22nd Street and go 1.0 mile. Turn left onto County Hwy 224 and go 0.6 miles. Turn right to stay on County Hwy 224 and go 1.7 miles. Turn right onto BLM29510.
|Starting from the west side you will be on BLM29510 as you leave the county road. The road will be a two track that passes by an area on the left that is used for camping. Stay right and you will cross a small wash before climbing up to the top of a low saddle.
At the top of the saddle is an intersection. The road to the right goes to the top of a hill, leaving BLM lands, and then drops down a very steep section back to the county road. Stay left to climb up over another hill dropping down into another saddle. In the saddle is a four way intersection. The road to the right is part of BLM29500 that goes down to the middle exit of the Kremmling Rock Crawl route. The road straight ahead is the continuation of BLM29510 that goes to the exit of the Kremmling Rock Crawl route. The road to the left is BLM29500 that will continue north. Stay to the left and you will go around the side of a hill above a wash coming to another saddle with another large intersection. The road to the right is BLM29508. The road to the left is BLM29512. Stay straight heading north to stay on BLM29500.
Just past the four way intersection the road will split. Both the left and right will reconnect. The right side will climb up over the next hill, while the left will go around the side. After the two routes connect again the road will cross a wide ridge for a while before coming to the next intersection. In a small saddle the road to the left is BLM29515. To the right is an un-numbered single track trail for motorcycles. Stay straight crossing the saddle and climbing toward the next hill. At the next saddle is another four way intersection. The road to the left is BLM29517 which is an easier climb up the hill in front of you. The road straight ahead that climbs the steep hill is Wolford Mountain OHV2, BLM29516. The road to the right is the continuation of BLM29500.
Note: I have not driven the rest of BLM29500. The description is based on Google Earth.
The road will head south and east down a wide ridge to another intersection on a flat area. Just before the intersection you will pass where a motorcycle trail crosses the road. At the intersection there is another motorcycle trail that heads southwest and an ATV trail that heads southeast. Staying on the main road you will head north below the ridge you were on crossing a sage covered open area. The road will turn east crossing a low drainage before climbing again. You will pass two places on the right where motorcycle trails connect with the road. At the top of the ridge you will also pass a motorcycle trail connection on the right. The road will now turn east and head across a flat area before connectiong with County Road 22.
|Data updated - December 19, 2022 4WD Road driven - September 6, 2022 Copyright 4X4Explore.com - 2000-2022|