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Chicken Creek Winter Recreation

Condition: Unknown
Trail Length: miles
Distance from Durango: 39 miles
Gain: ft
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Chicken Creek is located outside of Mancos and in the winter is groomed for cross country skiing (skate and a class track). No walking on the groomed trails.


Junction Creek Road Winter Recreation

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Condition: Unknown
Trail Length: miles
Distance from Durango: 5 miles
Gain: ft
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Junction Creek Road is a great area for touring skiing and fat biking (once compacted). Start just past the lower gate.


Silverton Groomed Winter Trails Winter Recreation

Region:
Condition: Unknown
Trail Length: miles
Distance from Durango: 47 miles
Gain: ft
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Silverton groomed ski trails are fantastic for fat biking and cross country skiing (skate and classic), located at Kendall Mountain and Memorial Park.


Andrews Lake HikingTrail RunningWinter Recreation

Region:
Condition: Unknown
Difficulty:
Trail Length: 0.8 miles
Distance from Durango: 40 miles
Gain: ft
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Located just past Molas Lake, Andrews Lake is an easy loop around the lake. In the winter it is good for touring skiing and snowshoeing.


Purgatory Nordic Center Winter Recreation

Region:
Condition: Closed
Trail Length: miles
Distance from Durango: 26 miles
Gain: ft
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Purgatory Nordic Center is groomed for cross country skiing and you must purchase a pass to ski. Dogs are not allowed.


Trout Lake – Telluride HikingTrail RunningWinter Recreation

Condition: Poor
Difficulty: ,
Trail Length: 5 miles
Distance from Durango: 98 miles
Gain: ft
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Telluride’s Trout Lake offers great places to fish, kayak, canoe, and SUP in the summertime, and nordic skiing and snowshoeing in the winter.


Telluride Valley Floor BikingHikingTrail RunningWinter Recreation

Condition: Poor
Difficulty: ,
Trail Length: 1.75 miles
Distance from Durango: 108 miles
Gain: 150 ft
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The Telluride Valley Floor stretches for three miles along the CO-145 spur. This 570-acre forever-wild protected gateway to Telluride features meadows, the San Miguel River, and a year-round activity trail.


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