Transit Trail Side Ladder for High roof models
High Roof Ford Transit Trail Van with Side Ladder
Person climbing side ladder on Transit Trail High Roof
Transit Trail Side Ladder mounted on factory running board
Ford Transit Trail Side Ladder mounting to roof rack
Flat step ladder with traction for Transit Trail Vans
Ford Transit Trail Van Side Ladder for high roof models
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Transit Trail Side Ladder - High Roof

Regular price $695.00

SKU: TR0205B

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Estimated Availability: Late August 2024

The Transit Trail Side Ladder is custom-designed for the high roof Transit Trail van with factory running boards and bolts directly to our FVC Transit roof racks. Enjoy easy access to the roof of your van without any need to modify or remove the factory running board side steps.

Our side ladder for the Ford Transit Trail has 1.25” aluminum round tube with formed and dimpled flat steps that provide the traction and stability you want when climbing up on the roof or accessing your roof rack. The double kink in the ladder matches the lines of the Ford Transit for a clean look. The Transit Ladder mounts to the factory side steps on the Trail model at the base and one of our high roof Transit Low Pro or Safari racks at the top.

All installation hardware comes included. The installation takes about an hour or less using standard hand tools. Skip the pain of pulling out a ladder each time you want to access your roof rack and safely climb up to clear snow or debris off your solar panels or climb up to your rooftop deck and lounge after a long day of adventuring in your camper van.


  • Lightweight design - only 16 pounds
  • Powder coated black to match our FVC Roof Racks
  • Quick and easy installation - no need to drill or remove any plastic
  • All hardware included for mounting to the Low Pro or Safari Roof Rack and factory running boards


  • 2023+ Ford Transit Trail High Roof Vans

WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including lead and lead compounds, DEHP and bisphenol A (BPA) which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to

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