Old Four Mile Road Trail is part of the Babbish Gulch
trail system just west of Sunlight Mountain Resort. Various singletracks branch off to the south of Old Four Mile Road Trail. In the winter, the area is used extensively for snowshoeing, cross country skiing and fat biking. Sunlight Stables runs trail rides out of the area in the summer.
Old Four Mile Road Trail connects the west end of the Sunlight Mountain Resort parking lot with another trailhead further up the current Four Mile Road. The trail itself is a doubletrack that is sometimes steep. Nothing special in itself, but you'll likely use at least part of it when you ride the Babbish Gulch
Starting at the Sunlight Mountain Resort parking lot, Dipsy Doodle Extension
goes off to the left at 0.6 miles. Babbish Gulch
trail itself is at mile 0.8 near an old cabin. Williams Connector
veers off to the left at mile 1.1 just before you reach the upper parking lot.
During the summer, Sunlight Stables blocks the east end of the trail at the Sunlight Mountain Resort parking lot. If you find that closed, there is another access point about 25 yards to the east. It sidehills up the hill to an old trailer. Turn right at this point and follow a short singletrack until you meet up with the Old Four Mile Road Trail again.