Wild Horse Trail
Mesa County, CO
Though you can find wild horses in many parts of the west, this is one of only three areas in the United States set aside as their home. From 80 to 120 descendants of Indian ponies and ranchers' herds live here on a little over 30,000 acres. Please stay on the roads and trails here to protect the grasses and shrubs the horses need to eat.
||N 39Ã‚Â° 19' 37.86", W 108Ã‚Â° 13' 8.82" (WGS84)|
Not all trails within an area are open to all vehicle types.
Area is subject to seasonal closures.
Contact the responsible agency before making plans.
All off-highway vehicles operated in Colorado must be registered with Colorado State Parks including those of non-residents. For more information, visit the State Parks OHV Registration Page. Street legal vehicles with valid license plates do not need to be registered.