Little Pend Oreille ORV Trail System

The Little Pend Oreille ORV Trail System is a complex of multi-use trails located about 25 miles east of Colville, WA off of Hwy. 20. The trails include #140, #142, #143, #144, #145, #146, and #148 on the Colville National Forest, as well as the Radar Dome Trail managed by the Washington Department of Natural Resources. The  trail system includes 67.5 miles of loop trails that provide access to Thomas Mountain, Green Mountain, and Granite Peak, and offers several short loops on the trail which connect to the Batey-Bould trail system, also part of the Colville National Forest. You’ll find huckleberries, wild flowers and scenic views along these trails.

If enjoying these trails on a motorized vehicle, please make sure you are carrying a current Motor Vehicle Use Map. See below for more information.

Little Pend Oreille ORV Trail System

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Motorized vehicle users: Make sure you have your MVUM with you!

Motor Vehicle Use Maps (MVUM) are the official maps for designating all roads and trails available for public motorized travel on the Colville National Forest. Visitors should not rely on any other map for making decisions about motorized travel. A MVUM is a legally enforceable document that identifies the roads, trails, and areas where motor vehicle use is allowed in a Forest Service administrative unit or ranger district. Forest User Maps combine information from the Motor Vehicle Use Maps and firewood cutting information. This provides a single map that includes the necessary information you will need to navigate the forest for recreation, firewood cutting, and other adventures.