Jeep Guiding Permit Approved!
May 21, 2019 - JeepToursCO
Jeep Tour Colorado Native Jeeps Jeep Guiding Permit

Native Jeeps, LLC is excited to announce that our US Forest Service Special Use Permit application has been approved! We will soon be fully permitted for almost every road in the Clear Creek Ranger District for this summer and fall season!

With such a big snowfall this year, we will work with the USFS to ensure our trails are safe and scenic at open. Stay tuned to our website and Instagram account for route updates and booking information.

As we get back out and test the trails, we are discovering great routes, taking photos for this website and doing light trail cleanup along the way.

This hard winter downed trees and released avalanches into our roads. At the moment, this prevents us from accessing many of our highest routes.

Nevertheless, great scenery and Jeeping is opening soon in the Yankee Hill area, including Devils Canyon, Barbour Forks, and Pickle Gulch.

Native Jeeps is looking forward to a great, safe, successful 2019 season!

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