“OHV’ing in 14’er Country” is the official guide book of the OHV Color Tour held each fall. Although this book is geared toward OHV recreation, it can certainly be used as a guide for other forms of travel. Most routes require at least a high clearance vehicle such as an ATV, SUV, OHV or motorcycle, or 4 wheel drive vehicles.
Chaffee County offers some of the most varied riding terrain you will find anywhere. Throw in some history about the mining, ghost towns and railroad then add incredible scenery and you’ve got . . . 14’er Country!
This 52-page book contains 14 spectacular routes, with many off-shoot routes, including maps along with a brief history of the area within the route. It also has, things to see and watch out for, where to fuel up, trail etiquette, environmental concerns, and contacts of supporting non-profit trail management groups.
Carl Bauer, past owner of the Liars’ Lodge B&B, wrote this local guide book “OHVing in 14er Country.” He is a great resource for the area and this book is a must have for anyone interesting in OHV’ing or jeeping around the Buena Vista area. Price of book includes shipping fees.