- Comprehensive orientation at check-in
- Mileage up to 100 miles per full day or 55 miles per half-day
What to pack
- Sunglasses or googles
- Rain gear
- Extra clothing: Dressing in layers is wise but also remember extra clothing if it turns cold
- Closed toe shoes
- Water and food
- First Aid
- Driver’s license
- Helmet: Bring your helmet if you have one. Otherwise, we provide them with all of our rentals
Renters must be at least 21 years of age with a valid driver's license.
Additional drivers must be at least 18 years of age with a valid driver's license (or 16 with a valid driver's license to ride a single seat ATV). The whole renting party must have more people 21 and older than under 21 years of age. For side-by-side units, all drivers must be at least 21 years of age. All renters/drivers must show a driver's license at the time of rental.
For easy to moderate rides, we recommend: Union Park, Slaughterhouse Gulch, Tincup, Mirror Lake, Cumberland Pass, Alpine Tunnel, Pitkin, Pieplant Mill, Texas Creek & Texas Lakes, Lily Pond. For more challenging rides, we recommend: Tincup Pass, Hancock Pass, Italian Creek, American Flag, Cross Mountain Blue Mesa, Rainbow Lake.
The half-day rental period is from 9 AM to 12:30 PM or from 1 PM to 4:30 PM.
The full-day rental period is from 9 AM to 4:30 PM. Multi-day rentals must be returned by 4:30 PM on the last rental day. Units may be checked out at 5:30 PM the evening prior to the first rental day. Evening check-out fees apply.
Darrell Stevens is the owner of Colorado Adventure Rentals, LLC. He sold his electrical business, “retired,” and left the Midwest to travel around and explore the country. He was excited to make Almont home, in part because of the great ATV riding in the area. Because of the proximity to great trails and the lack of ATV rentals in the area, he decided to start this company to share his passion with visitors and locals alike. ATVs and snowmobiles are a great way to see places that are otherwise only accessible by foot or on a horse.