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Roaring Fork Trail BikingHiking

Difficulty
Condition
Good

Notes: 10.03.22

Trail Length
8.4 miles
Distance from Durango
75 miles
Directions
Gain
2834 ft
Rating
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Roaring Fork Trail

Biking, Hiking
Durango to TH

75 Miles

Gain

2834 Feet

Condition

Good

Trail Length

8.4 Miles

This 16.8 mile out and back trail leads to stunning views of the Hermosa Creek Wilderness. You may not see anyone else while on your adventure, but please still anticipate dogs off leash.

Roaring Fork Road (FR 435) runs from Highway 145 to the intersection of the divide road (FR 564). Scotch Creek to Highway 145 connects Rico to Durango and trails in between, as well as Purgatory Ski Area to the north.

Map & Directions

Map Coordinates: 37.59749, -108.11008

Where's the Trailhead?

dIRECTIONS TO TRAILHEAD

Roaring Fork Road Parking

Heading South on Main Street, go west (right) on US 160 for 27.2 miles, then turn right on CO 184 for Dolores. Follow for 17.4 miles, then at the T take a right onto CO 145. Follow for 29.4 miles and take a right onto Rd 345 where you will see the parking area a short ways up the road.

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Animas Mountain Trailwork | Wednesday, October 5th

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