Year-End Giving

Support Your Local Trails this Season

Give to our year-end campaign

Thank you for sharing the area trails with us this year.

On the hikes, runs, or mountain bike rides you enjoyed this year, did you notice the hundreds of downed trees that were removed from trails ranging from the Colorado Trail to Dry Fork, Hofheins, Engineer Mountain, Pass Trail and others in the area?

Did you appreciate the trailwork done in Horse Gulch, Overend, Dalla, Twin Buttes, the Colorado Trail, Engineer Mountain Trail, and Missionary Ridge, or did you enjoy the new trails built on Animas Mountain?

Maybe new trail signage helped you find your way, or you learned something through the stewardship and educational campaigns, social media messages, newsletter stories, and other information that makes our community aware of what’s going on in our surrounding trail networks.

Durango Trails tackled these and many other projects during the 2021 season, as it has every season for the last 30 years. But we can’t do this work alone; it takes great communities to build great trails.

Because of the current circumstances, your support is needed now more than ever, and we hope you will consider increasing your investment in what is arguably our community’s greatest resource by increasing your year-end gift. Doing so will help ensure Durango Trails has the funding needed to complete the many projects that are slated for 2022.

We know the last 19 months have been trying on many levels, and we hope you have found some solace spending time outdoors, enjoying the fresh air and beauty of our area.

Thank you for your continued support, and for understanding the connection between your enjoyment and love of Durango’s trails, and the hard work of Durango Trails.

Thank you to our 2021 volunteers!

Thank you for supporting Durango Trails, for respectfully using & sharing the trails, and for your part in making this such a special community.

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What we accomplished this year

Highlights of what the hard-working Durango Trails staff and volunteers accomplished in 2021.


200 miles

of trails.


7500 feet

of new machine-built trail.


10,000 feet

of new hand-built trail.


2500 hours

of volunteer time.

Cut and removed


downed trees.



grade reversals.

Worked on

35+ trails


Send It
Upper Twin Buttes
Ned’s Hill
Steven’s Creek
Engineer Mountain Trail
Cliff Rock
Ed & Flow

West Cross Creek
Lion’s Den
Sky Steps
Nature Trail
Colorado Trail
Missionary Ridge
Ben’s Down & Out
Haflin Creek
Perins Gulch
Animas Mountain

Sale Barn
Star Wars
Big Canyon
Log Chutes
Rim Trail
NICA/High School Champs Course
Dry Fork
Pass Trail

Support the trails that connect you to the outdoors

Trails are the cornerstone of our community and the gateway to the outdoors.

Help support our work so you can continue to connect to the outdoors by giving to Durango Trails!


Before you head out...

Please consider giving to Durango Trails!

The trails you’re about to enjoy wouldn’t exist without our year-round work to plan, build, and maintain them.

And we wouldn’t exist without your support!

Please consider financially contributing to help us continue to build and maintain great trails.

Great communities build great trails and great trails build great communities.