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Spud Lake Trail Hiking

Difficulty
Condition
Poor

Notes: 10.22.21 Recent snow from storm 10.12.21.

Trail Length
2 miles
Distance from Durango
32 miles
Directions
Gain
540 ft
Rating
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Spud Lake Trail

Hiking
Durango to TH

32 Miles

Gain

540 Feet

Condition

Poor

Trail Length

2 Miles

Part of the High Country Trails.

Map & Directions

Map Coordinates: 37.658581, -107.770815

Where's the Trailhead?

dIRECTIONS TO TRAILHEAD

Spud Lake (Potato Lake) Trailhead

To main trailhead:

From downtown Durango, head north on Main Avenue/Hwy 550. Continue North on Hwy 550 for approximately 29 miles north of Durango to Forest Road 591 (Old Lime Creek Highway), which takes off on the right side of the road at the curve past Cascade Village. Follow for approximately 3 miles to the trailhead which is on your left in a flat area across from a beaver pond.

Trailwork

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Say Hi

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Announce Yourself

Say "on your left" as approaching other trail users from behind.

Pick Up After Yourself

Pick up after yourself and your pet. Please don’t litter.

Keep Dogs on a Leash

Keep your dogs on a leash or leave them at home. Off-leash dogs are not allowed on City Open Space and are the number one source of trail conflict.

Stay on the Trail

Help protect natural areas and habitats by staying on established trails. Creating "social trails", cutting switchbacks, or ignoring trail closures leads to greater erosion and impacts on ecosystems.

Give Uphill Traffic the
Right of Way

Uphill traffic always has the right of way. Downhill traffic must be in control, especially around blind corners, to avoid coming in contact with uphill traffic.

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