Purgatory Flow Trail Biking


Notes: Opens for summer June 18th.

Trail Length
2 miles
Distance from Durango
25 miles
1090 ft
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Purgatory Flow Trail

Durango to TH

25 Miles


1090 Feet



Trail Length

2 Miles

Part of the Purgatory Trails System in the high country.

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. It features tabletop jumps, berms, hits, flyovers, boardwalks, wallride, and more. Most features are rollable, making it a fun downhill trail for any skill level. In the summer, Purgatory hosts a variety of activities for people of all ages including but not limited to lift-access downhill mountain biking.

Opened in 2015, the flow trail was built in partnership between Durango Trails, Purgatory Resort and the US Forest Service.

Map & Directions

Map Coordinates: 37.629901, -107.818908

Where's the Trailhead?


Purgatory Ski Resort

From 9th Street and Main Avenue in Durango, head west on 9th Street toward Camino Del Rio (Highway 550). Turn right onto Camino Del Rio (HWY 550) and continue north for approximately 26 miles. Turn left onto Purgatory Blvd. into Purgatory Ski Resort and follow the road towards the upper parking lots.


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