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Aspen is full of thrilling terrain, rugged ridges, alpine meadows, and breathtaking views of mountains, canyons, and rivers, but many of these places aren’t able to be seen from car, boat, or other traditional forms of transportation. Consider renting an ATV to explore all that Aspen has to offer behind the scenes. With various trails that take you through the backcountry and around the mountains, you're sure to enjoy the thrill of off-roading.

Most ATV rental operations offer both 2-person or 4-person rentals as well as guided or self-guided tours. Most touring companies also offer half-day and full-day rentals, so you'll have plenty of time to stop and take in the majestic overlooks and hit as many trails as possible. ATVs are available for both beginners and those needing top-notch equipment. Our experienced concierge team will handle all of your ATV booking needs, so you won’t have to lift a finger. Instead of spending a lot of time doing extensive research and planning,  you will get the very best Aspen has to offer at great rates through a personalized concierge.

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Top 3 Reasons to Rent an ATV in Aspen

Have you considered renting an ATV on your next outdoor adventure? If not, you might want to reconsider. We've put together a guide with our top 3 reasons to rent an ATV.



ATV = All Terrain Vehicle

The name says it all. The best reason to rent an ATV is the most obvious one - an ATV can take you to places a car, kayak, raft, or plane can't, meaning you can experience all that nature has to offer, without having to bypass the prettiest views and the best locations. Aspen has no shortage of breathtaking views of mountains, canyons, and rivers. Don't miss out on the best-kept secrets in town just because your car can't take you there.

Go Where the Locals Go

Those who live in Aspen year-round are familiar with the best tourist locations as well as the best-kept secrets. If you're itching to get out of the hotel and out into the wild and experience what life in the great outdoors is really like, consider renting an ATV. Guided tours will take you through the more than 1,700 miles of roads not open to vehicles, so you'll get to experience much more than the tourists who opted to stay in town.

ATVs are Fun

Aspen has hundreds of miles of ATV trails not open to vehicles, and just about all of them have breathtaking views of lakes, rivers, waterfalls, mountains, canyons, valleys, and more. When you think of outdoor adventures, chances are you're not thinking of driving a minivan through the woods. ATVS are great ways to explore new paths while retaining a sense of adventure. They're incredibly fun to drive, and they're also quite safe.





Where to Rent an ATV in Aspen:

Take advantage of the opportunity to see the great outdoors in all its glory with an ATV rental. Several ATV routes use forest service trails with signs marking your way, so you don't have to worry about getting lost.



Aspen Mountain

Aspen Summer Road offers gorgeous views of Aspen Mountain, while Richmond Hill Road is great for long distance rides featuring plenty of phoot opportunities. You'll also find plenty of picnic areas along these trails.

Crystal Mill 

The Crystal Mill, also known as the Old Mill, is one of the most photographed locations in Colorado. The mill was originally constructed in 1892 as a wooden powerhouse and compressor station located above the Crystal River. The site is accessible today via ATV.

Kobey Park

At Kobey Park, you'll find well-maintained trails that offer breathtaking views of some of Aspen's finest landscapes, including the Elk Mountains. One of the most popular trails in Kobey Park is Forest Service Road #508.

Lead King Basin

The Lead King Basin ATV trails offer spectacular views of wildflowers, while the Lead King Basin area offers plenty of hiking and mountain biking opportunities. Keep in mind you'll need to pay attention to which roads are off limits to ATVs. Due to a few rocky spots and stretches of narrow shelf road where it is difficult to pass, we recommend guided tours in this area. 

Taylor Pass + Crested Butte

One of the most popular routes in the White National Forest is the Taylor Pass route, which will take you through rugged hills and valleys offering gorgeous views of the natural landscape of Colorado. Stop and enjoy your time in the town of Crested Butte, where you'll find some of the best coffee and tea shops in the country and a quaint little main street that seems like it was created straight from a novel.



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