Two Hour Guided Tour:
The Tour is designed to accommodate a wide range of enthusiasts. You will be accompanied by guides that will be informative and supportive of you and your crew. You will be offered free riding time to cut loose and see what you got but in a more controlled environment. We understand that some riders may be more advanced, but we always try to accommodate adrenaline junkies by allowing them to travel ahead of the families at a faster rate; this allows us to provide a more customized trip to each family/individual.
Our guides typically spend over 250 days a year in the backcountry allowing us to provide you with unparalleled knowledge of the area! We want everyone to have the best experience possible!
At WCST, we care about the safety of our guests, our veteran guides are all trained in backcountry safety and have a minimum certification of First Aid/CPR.
Tour locations will be chosen by the guides which will ensure the best experience for our guests.
The locations are:
Wolf Creek Pass– Perfect for families and individuals looking for a scenic, fun ride. Definitely NOT your average tour! Our Guides will take you on groomed trails through wooded terrain and into mountain meadows where we allow for free ride time. Our tour travels to the top of the Continental Divide; this is a fantastic opportunity for photographs, as you will be surrounded by amazing views.
East Fork of the San Juan (Elwood Pass/Quartz Meadows)– Another great spot for families and thrill seekers alike. This area has a lot of history. Elwood Pass was the only way from Pagosa Springs to Del Norte, and the main road servicing Summitville in the early-mid 1800’s. The views of these majestic mountains are exquisite. There is over 40 miles of trails in this area.
Jackson Mountain (Turkey Creek Valley)- Great views of the San Juan Valley, and surrounding mountains with many large meadows for free riding! You stand an excellent opportunity to see the resident herd of Elk that roam this area, in addition to possibly seeing turkeys, coyotes, or even a mountain lion. Ride through wooded terrain and up into meadows where we offer free riding. We have over 25 miles of trail in this area.
Turkey Springs– Located just north of Pagosa Springs off of Piedra Rd., Turkey Springs offers riding in wide open meadows and a vast system of roads. We have seen turkeys, elk, deer, bobcat, coyote, fox, bear, and cougar and/or tracks of all throughout this system of trails.
Piedra Road/Plumtaw Road– This location has varied terrain and road systems accessing it. There are many miles of roads to travel and an excellent possibility of seeing elk. This tour will take you to the base of impressive rock formations around the Piedra Falls, to Plumtaw Road where you will have wide open views of town.
We’ve also got lodging via the Quality Inn in beautiful Pagosa Springs, Colorado!