Welcome to the Creeper Jeepers Gang website. The Creeper Jeepers Gang is a family oriented four-wheel-drive club with members in Durango CO, Pagosa Springs CO, Farmington NM, and throughout the US. We do all types of trails, ranging from easy trails passable with any stock 4×4 to extreme rock crawling. Creeper Jeepers is open to all makes and models of vehicles from bone stock to highly modified trail rigs. There’s something on our calendar for just about everyone! To get a little more information about us, like membership and vehicle requirements, go take a look at the About Us section. You can also email us to learn about the club or upcoming trips in real-time.
Information on joining the club can be found HERE
Club meetings are on the 1st Tuesday of the month, 7:00 P.M. at the La Plata County Fair Ground Extension Building. All are welcome to attend.
Board Meetings are the 3rd Wednesday of the month, 6:30 P.M. at South Serious Texas. All members are welcome to attend.
The Creeper Jeepers have a strict no alcohol on the trail policy, we ask that alcohol not be brought or consumed on the trail, and illicit drugs are not permitted at any Creeper event, trail run or camp out at any time.
Any questions contact us at email@example.com.
Passes and Silverton Area Roads
Not all of these locations are on the San Juan National Forest.
As of November 15th, 2017 Assume all north facing roads above 10,000 feet are snowed shut.
Roads will be listed as “Closed” if they are officially closed or the are reliably reported to be impassable. Closed roads are closed to wheeled vehicles. Forest Roads, BLM Roads and unmaintained County Roads are open to snow machines, foot and ski traffic.
Watch for county road crews and bulldozers! Give them plenty of room to work, they are not expecting traffic.
Conditions can change rapidly, be careful of the weather.
Check with the Silverton Chamber/Visitor’s Center for more up to date info. The number for the Silverton Chamber is (970) 387-5654. The Concoco in Silverton also has up to date information.
*Be aware that passes can vary with weather any time of year. Some may be slick in areas, washed out or snow covered, even if they are listed as OPEN. Please don’t go beyond where you are comfortable driving. Be safe out there!
Animas Forks – OPEN
Black Bear Pass – CLOSED FOR THE WINTER
Bolam Pass – OPEN
California – CLOSED AT THE TOP BY SNOW
Clear Lake – CLOSED AT THE TOP BY SNOW
Cinnamon Pass – CLOSED AT THE TOP BY SNOW
Corkscrew Pass – CLOSED AT THE TOP BY SNOW
County Road 110 to Gladstone – OPEN
County Road 2 to Eureka – OPEN
Cunningham Gulch – OPEN
Elwood Pass– Not recommended
Engineer Pass – CLOSED AT THE TOP BY SNOW
Engineer Pass – LOWER SECTION FROM HWY 550 TO MINERAL POINT IS OPEN
Hurricane Pass – CLOSED AT THE TOP BY SNOW
Imogene Pass – CLOSED FROM TOMBOY TO UPPER CAMP BIRD FOR THE WINTER.
Kennebec Pass – OPEN TO THE SNOW LINE
La Plata Canyon (County Road 124) – OPEN TO THE SNOW LINE
Lobo Overlook – OPEN
Maggie Gulch – – CLOSED AT THE TOP BY SNOW
Mineral Point –CLOSED AT THE TOP BY SNOW
Minnehaha – CLOSED AT THE TOP BY SNOW
Minnie Gulch – CLOSED AT THE TOP BY SNOW
Ophir Pass – CLOSED AT THE TOP BY SNOW
Owl Creek Pass – CLOSED AT THE TOP BY SNOW
Picayune – CLOSED AT THE TOP BY SNOW
Placer – CLOSED AT THE TOP BY SNOW
Poughkeepsie – CLOSED AT THE TOP BY SNOW
Scotch Creek – OPEN
South Mineral Road – OPEN
Stony Pass – CLOSED AT THE TOP BY SNOW
Treasure Mountain Loop – CLOSED AT THE TOP BY SNOW
Yankee Boy Basin – CLOSED AT THE TOP BY SNOW
Link to most up to date info here.