Tuckerville Trails HikingTrail Running


Notes: 12.10.21 Trails are wet with snow from 12.9.21 storm.

Trail Length
Distance from Durango
29 miles
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Tuckerville Trails

Hiking, Trail Running
Durango to TH

29 Miles



Trail Length

Part of the Vallecito, Colorado area.

Tuckerville Trail: Follow directions to Cave Basin Trail and continue to the end of road (11 miles) to an open area which was the mining town of Tuckerville. All the buildings have been removed, including six bunkhouses, shop, and a mess hall, in full operation from 1920 to 1929. There are many trails leaving from there, some starting as ATV trails. If you bear left you will reach a wonderful overlook where there were mines in the cliffs below.

Map & Directions

Map Coordinates: 37.489979, -107.49588

Where's the Trailhead?


Tuckerville Trails Area

From 9th Street & Main Avenue in Durango, head north on Main Avenue (Highway 550). Turn right on 32nd Street (CR 251) and continue. Take another right onto CR 250, and then a left at the light onto Florida Road (CR 240). Continue on CR 240 for 11.8 miles, then turn right to stay on CR 240 for 2.8 more miles. Turn left onto CR 501, turn left again onto Middle Mountain Road. Middle Mountain Rd turns slightly left and becomes Forest Service Road; your destination will be on your left.


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