San Juan National Forest Roads are closed seasonally to wheeled motorized vehicles to protect critical wildlife habitat and/or to prevent damage to road surfaces.
Located just a little over 2 hours from Durango, Telluride’s trails offer a range of outdoor activities
The Spur Line Trails include five new miles of introductory singletrack and a small pump track located off Wilson Gulch Road on the northeast side of Three Springs neighborhood.
Telluride’s Trout Lake offers great places to fish, kayak, canoe, and SUP in the summertime, and nordic skiing and snowshoeing in the winter.
The Telluride Valley Floor stretches for three miles along the CO-145 spur. This 570-acre forever-wild protected gateway to Telluride features meadows, the San Miguel River, and a year-round activity trail.
With hiking and lake access in the summer, and nordic skiing in the winter, Priest Lake offers a multitude of outdoor activities.
This trail is more of a doubletrack steadily climbing road leading from the edge of Pinion Blvd up to the Road Apple Trails.
Anasazi Loop a fast-paced singletrack with no major climbs or descents, just gentle grades.
This trail is a climb heading north with lots of whoops and some sandy sections near Farmington, NM.
Spud Lake a short and sweet family friendly high country trail open to hiking which ends at Spud Lake.