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Kinsey Loop Biking

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Condition: Good
Difficulty:
Trail Length: 3 miles
Distance from Durango: 49 miles
Gain: 190 ft
0 Loves

Kinsey rolls North along the edge of a valley passing various gas wells and associated infrastructure.


Foothills Loop Biking

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Condition: Fair
Difficulty:
Trail Length: 9 miles
Distance from Durango: 49 miles
Gain: 460 ft
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The Foothills Loop will take you along the ridgeline and then on a fun 2-mile downhill section.


Rigor Mortis Trail Biking

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Condition: Fair
Difficulty:
Trail Length: 3 miles
Distance from Durango: 49 miles
Gain: 155 ft
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Rigor Mortis parallels Kinsey trail and in some places, the two are only a few feet apart (in the Road Apple Trails system).


Road Apple Rally Course Biking

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Condition: Fair
Difficulty:
Trail Length: 29.1 miles
Distance from Durango: 49 miles
Gain: 1885 ft
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Road Apple Rally Course is a popular bike ride loop which encompasses most of the trails within the Road Apple Trails System.


McPhee Overlook Trail BikingHikingTrail RunningWinter Recreation

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Condition: Fair
Difficulty:
Trail Length: 8.8 miles
Distance from Durango: 50 miles
Gain: 880 ft
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McPhee Overlook is a moderate 8.8-mile trail on the western side of the Boggy Draw trail system.


Bean Canyon Trail BikingHikingTrail RunningWinter Recreation

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Condition: Fair
Difficulty:
Trail Length: 13.7 miles
Distance from Durango: 50 miles
Gain: 1200 ft
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Bean Canyon Trail is a popular 13.7-mile loop in the Boggy Draw/McPhee Reservoir trails system.


Boggy Draw Lower Loop BikingHikingTrail RunningWinter Recreation

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Condition: Fair
Difficulty:
Trail Length: 11.1 miles
Distance from Durango: 50 miles
Gain: 1100 ft
0 Loves

Boggy Draw Lower Loop can be accessed from a main intersection with Mavericks Trail and Bean Canyon Trail.


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