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Velocity Basin Hiking

Velocity Basin in Silverton, CO
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Condition: Good
Difficulty:
Trail Length: 1 miles
Distance from Durango: 57 miles
Gain: 1910 ft
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Velocity Basin is a cirque basin with a small turquoise lake at its base. At an elevation of 11,315 ft above sea level, it is accessed from CR 52 outside of Silverton.


Spud Lake Trail Hiking

Region:
Condition: Good
Difficulty:
Trail Length: 2 miles
Distance from Durango: 32 miles
Gain: 540 ft
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Spud Lake a short and sweet family friendly high country trail open to hiking which ends at Spud Lake.


Purgatory Flow Trail Biking

Region:
Condition: Good
Difficulty:
Trail Length: 2 miles
Distance from Durango: 25 miles
Gain: 1090 ft
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Divinity Flow Trail, or Purgatory Flow Trail, located at Purgatory Resort, is a 1.5-mile intermediate trail, and Durango’s longest downhill flow trail.


White Creek Trail HikingTrail Running

Region:
Condition: Good
Difficulty:
Trail Length: 8.7 miles
Distance from Durango: 57 miles
Gain: 1950 ft
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White Creek Trail is a difficult and scenic high country trail near Cunningham Gulch and Highland Mary Lakes trails.


Crater Lake Trail HikingTrail RunningWinter Recreation

Region:
Condition: Good
Difficulty:
Trail Length: 5.4 miles
Distance from Durango: 41 miles
Gain: 1300 ft
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Crater Lake is a beautiful 5.4-mile one way trail near Andrew’s Lake, popular for day hikes in the high country.


Deer Creek Trail BikingHikingTrail Running

Colorado Pass Trail Wildflowers High Country Trails 2000
Region:
Condition: Good
Difficulty:
Trail Length: 4.7 miles
Distance from Durango: 37 miles
Gain: 2100 ft
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Deer Creek trail is a difficult, 4.6-mile trail that climbs steadily to meet Coal Creek, then Engineer Mountain Trail.


East Fork Trail BikingHiking

Colorado Pass Trail Wildflowers High Country Trails 2000
Region:
Condition: Good
Difficulty:
Trail Length: 6.6 miles
Distance from Durango: 29 miles
Gain: 1400 ft
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Most commonly used as a mountain bike route, ride up Hermosa Park Road to East Fork onto Hwy 145, you can ride north up Hwy 145 to Scotch Creek and return to Hermosa.


Cunningham Gulch Hiking

Colorado Pass Trail Wildflowers High Country Trails 2000
Region:
Condition: Fair
Difficulty:
Trail Length: 1.8 miles
Distance from Durango: 57 miles
Gain: 1350 ft
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Meeting with the Highland Mary Lakes connector, Cunningham Gulch bring you to unhindered views of Mount Rhonda, Kendall Peak, and Little Giant Peak before ending at the Colorado Trail.


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