OHV Road Riding
Mount Antero is one of just a few "14er's" (peaks over fourteen thousand feet in elevation) that has a road that travel within a short distance of the summit. The road up the mountain is rough and rocky and requires four-wheel drive. The road winds up and along the south face of the peak for six miles, ending just short of the summit.
Informational brochures and kiosks have been placed at locations along the road by the High Rocky Riders Off Road Club who work in partnership with the Salida Ranger District to promote and educate off-road and OHV enthusiasts.
Permits & Regulations
Special use permits are required for all commercial activities including outfitting and guiding. Please contact the Salida Ranger District at 719-539-3591 for more information.Safety Information
Be prepare for afternoon thunderstorms on this peak. Lightning is a common occurance so be prepared to move to lower ground if storms and lightning threaten.
The road to Mt. Antero is a narrow shelf road with few turnarounds.Seasonal Information
This road is closed by snow from November through June.
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