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Mission Report: Chinns Lake

Colorado 4x4 Rescue and Recovery spent the day winching a F150 back onto the road leading to Chinns Lake after it slid off due to the snow bank that was covering the trail.  Note: the snow was receding fast now with recent temps from the time the incident occurred to...

Mission Report: Santa Fe Peak

prepped for winch operations Over the weekend Colorado 4x4 Rescue and Recovery went up Santa Fe Peak to get a Jeep Wrangler that had slid off the trail while attempting to back down due to the snow. It was a relatively simple operation utilizing the nearby trees and a pendulum...

Press Release: Colorado 4×4 Rescue and Recovery is Resuming Field Operations

Colorado 4x4 Rescue and Recovery is resuming field operations with some new guidelines to minimize exposure and spread of COVID-19. If you are venturing out and find yourself in need of assistance, please exhaust all options on self recovery first. Our awesome volunteer dispatchers will ask questions regarding your health,...

Mission Report: Pisgah Road

Pisgah Road: Chevy Avalanche At 8:30 on Sunday, April 19th, 2020, Colorado 4x4 Rescue and Recovery received a call from the Gilpin County Sheriff's Office requesting our assistance in recovering a Chevy Avalanche with 2 occupants and a dog that were stuck overnight on Pisgah Road. Some of the back...

Mission Reports: March Recoveries

Sunday the 15th Colorado 4x4 Rescue and Recovery dispatched out 8 different recoveries in the back country, and over the prior 13 days, an additional 21 incidents paged out. It is imperative that while traveling in the back country you have the means to recover yourself, have proper clothing for...

Mission Report: Red Feather Lakes

Teams are in the field again today recovering vehicles before the next storm moves in! We also recovered a Durango on Valentines Day that was stuck in the snow north of Red Feather Lakes. 60 mph winds and a fresh foot of snow had the vehicle almost drifted over on...