Rampart Range Road? Old Stage to Gold Camp, or Phantom Canyon out of Victor? Think those are pretty tame, the sections Ive been you could practically drive a car down them, albeit it will beat them up.
If you want some very mild obstacles, I'd say Caribou Creek. If you just want a dirt path, Switzerland Trail or Jonas Pass. Pennsylvania Gulch would be a good spur off Switzerland for a good hill climb. Slaughterhouse Gultch is another good one.
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Argentine is another good one for a rookie, can get narrow at times but you can stop by a mine and check it out with stock anything, i think a Subaru can get up there even.
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ive done switzerland in my 2wd truck. althoug pennsylvania gulch is a nice spur, dont do it alone if their is snow caribou is an easy and fun trail but is extemely muddy so be careful if its after a rain
Weston pass is a very easy trail for beginners. Nice rocky sections (not to ruff just gets steep) on the highway 24 side clears up and open above timberline and the 285 side is good road. A car can do the 285 side.