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Coco Trail Biking

Difficulty
Condition
Good

Notes: 9.12.20

Trail Length
2.2 miles
Distance from Durango
41 miles
Directions
Gain
330 ft
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Coco Trail

Biking
Durango to TH

41 Miles

Gain

330 Feet

Condition

Good

Trail Length

2.2 Miles

Part of the Phil’s World trails system.

Coco Trail is an intermediate 2-mile trail in the Phil’s World trail system. This fast rolling singletrack ride is a popular trail winding through pinyon and juniper forest. The trail climbs a number of small mesas offering fast descents many with BMX style woops and jumps. Ride it fast or take your time and enjoy vistas of Mesa Verde, Sleeping Ute Mountain and the La Plata Mountains either way Phil’s World will not disappoint. The Phil’s World trail system is directional so all loops are ridden clockwise. Each section of the trail is conveniently marked with a wooden sign. Best ridden spring through fall and in winter as conditions allow. One of the Bureau of Land Management’s “Backyard to Backcountry” treasures, this trail was developed between Kokopelli Bike Club and the Tres Rios, CO BLM office.

Map & Directions

Map Coordinates: 37.355149, -108.499389

Where's the Trailhead?

dIRECTIONS TO TRAILHEAD

From 9th Street and Main Avenue in Durango, head west on 9th Street toward Camino Del Rio. Turn left onto Camino Del Rio (Highway 550) then turn right onto Highway 160 West (near the Double Tree hotel). Follow Highway 160 West for 40 miles then turn right into the Phil’s World parking area on Road 30.1.

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