Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) Riding

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Winter takes trails to a whole new technical level for OHV riding! Trails that were easy become challenging, as most trails and roads are not plowed, packed, or cleared of fallen trees.

Winter survival gear is strongly recommended. Please use caution when riding in remote areas.

Iron Range OHV Recreation Area

With 36 miles of riding opportunities, the Iron Range OHV recreation area near Gilbert is Minnesota's premier OHV destination. Come check it out for yourself!
Check snow conditions for the Iron Range OHV recreation area.

More options for winter riding

Many Minnesota state forest roads and trails are also open for OHV riding. Before you go, find out the snow conditions and check for OHV trail and road closures.

Please note: Groomed snowmobile trails are closed to off-highway vehicles (OHVs) and highway licensed vehicles (HLVs) Dec. 1 - March 31 as signed.

Learn more about OHV riding in Minnesota.