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Multiple Trails

Welcome to our trail map!

We designed this map to be a comprehensive guide to our region’s trails. Here are some tips to help you get the most out of it!

1.) Individual trails & trail segments are “clustered” — when you see a blue dot with a number on it, that means there are that many trail segments in that geographical space.

2.) Zoom in or click on the cluster to get closer and see more detail.

3.) Green dots represent individual trails; red dots represent main trail system trailheads and will link to information on that trail system.

4.) Click on green and red dots to pull up more information on that trail/trail system. You can then click through to that trail’s main page, click to another trail to info on that trail, or close out the box altogether to start over.

We’ll see you on the trails!

Support the trails that connect you to the outdoors

Trails are the cornerstone of our community and the gateway to the outdoors.

Help support our work so you can continue to connect to the outdoors by giving to Durango Trails!


Before you head out...

Please consider giving to Durango Trails!

The trails you’re about to enjoy wouldn’t exist without our year-round work to plan, build, and maintain them.

And we wouldn’t exist without your support!

Please consider financially contributing to help us continue to build and maintain great trails.

Great communities build great trails and great trails build great communities.