A good sized group participated in the first WS4W Club run of the season spending a great day with a BBQ traveling the Wave Eagle Loop just North of Montrose. The run was a little more difficult this year as …

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Here is a sneak shot of the dash of the interior of the new Jeep JL which is scheduled to replace the current Jeep JK. More photo’s to come!

Ouray county has announced they will attempt to begin clearing and opening of trails in the county beginning May 3rd. Watch for equipment in the area as the Road & Bridge Gang work to open trails in the upper elevations. …

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After a very quiet lull in the audience, Corey Bloom volunteered and was subsequently nominated as the new Land Use Officer to fill the remaining term vacated by Todd Bacon. Since there were no other nominees, Corey will be formally …

New Land Use Officer Nominated Read More »

Well, Easter Jeep Safari for 2017 is in the history books. The Western Slope 4 Wheelers were well represented along with Montrose County. The club showed a great response to the request by Montrose County to man a booth during …

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The latest information for the 2017 Nucla-Naturita Poker Run has been posted to their Chamber of Commerce website. Follow this link direct to the site. There you will find info for entering and the waiver for signing. http://nucla-naturita.com/calendar-of-Events

Just want to extend a hearty welcome to Steve & Lee Anne Waters as the newest members of the Western Slope 4 Wheelers! Welcome aboard and looking forward to having you g7uys joining us on the trails this up coming …

New members! Read More »

With our ongoing cooperation with Montrose County and a result of many hundreds of hours work, the Rimrocker Trail which joins Montrose , Colorado and  Moab, Utah has now been establish. After several years of planning and a lot of …

Rimrocker Trail added to WS4W trails Read More »

Red Mountain Pass currently has heavy snow conditions with travel times changing daily. Use extreme caution. Watch for avalanche mitigation crew from CDOT while driving. Look for flaggers on roadway. Check with CDOT for updated status on road conditions.

Effective immediately, 1/9/17 at 2:00 pm, Taylor River Road (CR #742) will be closed at the 13.5 mile marker, Summerville Campground, due to extreme icy road conditions and avalanches on the road. Please call 641-0044 with further questions.

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