Trails 2000

Based in Durango, Colorado, Trails 2000 is a 501c3 organization that builds and maintains trails; educates trail users and encourages connectivity on road, path and trail.
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Snow, Avalanches and Summer Planning

May 30, 2019

Thousands of down trees remain after an historic avalanche year. The Trails2000.org Trail Conditions report is updated regularly from Trail Reporters. The US Forest Service has issued a release stating the following regarding trail, road and camping access.

Travel to the upper reaches of San Juan National Forest continues to pose challenges. Due to a historic avalanche season, late-season snow, and wet conditions, some recreation areas or roads are still inaccessible. Debris movement through waterways, culverts, across trails and high-water runoff continues. Dead trees can fall at any time. Don’t camp or park near dead or discolored trees and keep away during strong winds. Know before you go, call the Ranger District you plan to visit to check local conditions.

At lower elevations, many roads and campgrounds are open for travel, while upper elevation campgrounds and popular dispersed camping sites remain under snow. Current campground, road, and trail information can be found on the San Juan National Forest website www.fs.usda.gov/sanjuan/ In order to ensure a camping spot, advanced reservations are recommended at popular developed campgrounds by calling 1-877-444-6777 or on the World Wide Web at www.recreation.gov

If you’re considering a wilderness trip this year, it’s not too early to start thinking about how this deep snowpack will affect your plans, particularly in the early part of the summer. Some things to expect: challenging route finding, swift creek crossings, icy passes, and debris blocked trails.

The Hermosa area affected by last summer’s 416 Fire reopened earlier this month. However, some trails may be impassable due to burned area hazards such as falling trees, unstable soils, and debris flows. Forest officials remind travelers that bicycles and motorized vehicles are required to stay on designated trails in the Hermosa Creek Watershed Special Management Area. The area and trails closed by last summer’s Burro and Plateau fires have also reopened with similar fire related hazards. Entry into burned areas is at your own risk.

With the heavy snow year, last summer’s wildfires, and standing or fallen beetle-killed trees, Forest staff will continue to monitor and assess conditions and let the public know when things change. Saturated soils also have the potential to cause landslides and road slumping. Be prepared to turn around when slides have crossed roads or roads have eroded away. As personnel and time allow, trail clearing and reconstruction will be targeted where needed.

Iron Horse Mountain Bike Race and Trails

May 23, 2019

This Sunday is the Iron Horse Bicycle Classic mountain bike race.
When: Sunday May 26,0:00am to 6pm
Trail Impacts include:
Where: Nature Trail, Rim Trail, Chapman Hill, Factory Trails at Fort Lewis College, and Lamp Post Trail…For those using the Sky Steps, the Nature Trail crosses the Sky Steps. FYI. #ShareTheTrail

What’s Up With this Weather?

May 22, 2019

Many of you are asking what trail conditions are like with this rain. We recommend waiting 12 hours without any precipitation before venturing out…there is water running down the trails in many locations and mud will stick to your shoes and/or derailleur and tires. Friday looks sunny so plan your adventure for Friday afternoon. Happy Trails!

Trail Work
National Trails Day, June 1, 2019

May 13, 2019

Please join Trails 2000 for National Trails Day Celebration on June 1, 2019 at the Three Springs Trail.  All weekend warriors, trail blazers, wanderers and trail lovers alike are invited to volunteer and should meet at the Spurline Trailhead. Registration is requested below. No experience is necessary for trailwork, and Trails 2000 will provide the necessary instruction and safety tool talk, all tools, gloves and water for volunteers.

Trails 2000 Trailwork Party at Three Springs

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When: Saturday, June 1, 2019


Where/Directions: From the intersection of Hwy 550 and Hwy 160 go east on 160 to Three Springs Blvd. Go north on Three Springs Blvd. At the first roundabout make the first right continuing on Three Springs Blvd. to the second roundabout. At the second roundabout make the first right onto the gravel road and the Spurline Trailhead is 100 yards ahead on the right. Total distance from the intersection of 550/160 is 2.8 miles and travel time is less than 5 minutes. You’ll meet Trails 2000 crew leaders Jack and Oliver, who will provide all tools and instruction.
What to wear: Volunteers should wear closed toe shoes or boots, long pants, shirt (long or short sleeved), sun hat, sunscreen, and bring a water bottle and rain jacket (optional). Trails 2000 will provide all tools, instruction, gloves and water.

Please Register for National Trails Day, June 1, 2019

 Trails 2000 hosts public trailwork each week, as well as additional announced days and times, throughout the trail season. Sign up for our FREE Trail Talk E-Newsletter in the upper right hand corner of our website for details and announcements.

Happy Trails!

Trail Work
Trailwork Wed, May 22 and Thur, May 30: Three Springs

Please join Trails 2000 for Trailwork at the Three Springs Trail on Wednesday, May 15, from 4:30 to 7:00pm and Thursday, May 16, 2019.  All weekend warriors, trail blazers, wanderers and trail lovers alike are invited to volunteer and should meet at the Spurline Trailhead. Registration is requested below. No experience is necessary for trailwork, and Trails 2000 will provide the necessary instruction and safety tool talk, all tools, gloves and water for volunteers.

Trails 2000 Trailwork Party at Three Springs

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When: Wednesday, May 15, 2019 4:30pm to 7pm.


Where/Directions: From the intersection of Hwy 550 and Hwy 160 go east on 160 to Three Springs Blvd. Go north on Three Springs Blvd. At the first roundabout make the first right continuing on Three Springs Blvd. to the second roundabout. At the second roundabout make the first right onto the gravel road and the Spurline Trailhead is 100 yards ahead on the right. Total distance from the intersection of 550/160 is 2.8 miles and travel time is less than 5 minutes. You’ll meet Trails 2000 crew leaders Jack and Oliver, who will provide all tools and instruction.
What to wear: Volunteers should wear closed toe shoes or boots, long pants, shirt (long or short sleeved), sun hat, sunscreen, and bring a water bottle and rain jacket (optional). Trails 2000 will provide all tools, instruction, gloves and water.

Register for Trailwork at Three Springs: May 22, Wednesday

Register for Trailwork at Three Springs: May 30, Thursday

 Trails 2000 hosts public trailwork each week, as well as additional announced days and times, throughout the trail season. Sign up for our FREE Trail Talk E-Newsletter in the upper right hand corner of our website for details and announcements.

Happy Trails!

Please Write to the BLM Today

May 10, 2019

It’s time to submit comments in support of trails and trail connects to the BLM.

Comments are due next week and submitting comments now is a great idea.

The BLM has released scoping requesting public comment on the Travel Planning Document related to our area (LaPlata, Montezuma, counties). Trails 2000 proposed more than a dozen trail concepts and unfortunately most are not included in the draft plan. Planning document look into the future, certainly we can expect that Durango will look much different in 15-20 years. and additional trails and trail connections will be more important as people seek to get out of their cars, improve their health and give back. Trails 2000 has been planning, building and maintaining trails for almost 30 years; and encouraging stewardship and volunteerism during that time.

Comments are due May 22  and we highly encourage you to email comment this week: 

BLM Proposes to:

  • Closing end of Perins Gulch to bikes
  • ReRoute and add trails on Animas Mountain making a few trails downhill bike only and other pedestrian-only
  • Closing skid ridge (in Overend) to bikes as it enters from Overend into B
  • Closing Old Car Loop (when a loop could be made)

Read the Durango Telegraph article HERE | Maps can be found HERE.

HERE’S HOW YOU SUBMIT COMMENTS:

1) Go To This Link HERE
2) Click “Comment On Document” to Submit Comments by May 22, 2019 (see picture)

Please add comments about:
Keep Skid Ridge and Perins Gulch in Overend Open to Bikes
Keep Old Car Loop open and work with area land owners for access and loop
Designate all trails in Grandview and improve routes and connections
Designate all trails in Skyline and add access to Florida Road
Improve East A Climbing area route
Create a trail connection between Twin Buttes and Overend Mountain Park per Trails 2000 proposed concepts

Trail Work
Trailwork May 15, 2019 and May 16, 2019

May 6, 2019

Please join Trails 2000 for Trailwork at the Three Springs Trail on Wednesday, May 15, from 4:30 to 7:00pm and Thursday, May 16, 2019.  All weekend warriors, trail blazers, wanderers and trail lovers alike are invited to volunteer and should meet at the Spurline Trailhead. Registration is requested below. No experience is necessary for trailwork, and Trails 2000 will provide the necessary instruction and safety tool talk, all tools, gloves and water for volunteers.

Trails 2000 Trailwork Party at Three Springs

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When: Wednesday, May 15, 2019 4:30pm to 7pm.


Where/Directions: From the intersection of Hwy 550 and Hwy 160 go east on 160 to Three Springs Blvd. Go north on Three Springs Blvd. At the first roundabout make the first right continuing on Three Springs Blvd. to the second roundabout. At the second roundabout make the first right onto the gravel road and the Spurline Trailhead is 100 yards ahead on the right. Total distance from the intersection of 550/160 is 2.8 miles and travel time is less than 5 minutes. You’ll meet Trails 2000 crew leaders Jack and Oliver, who will provide all tools and instruction.
What to wear: Volunteers should wear closed toe shoes or boots, long pants, shirt (long or short sleeved), sun hat, sunscreen, and bring a water bottle and rain jacket (optional). Trails 2000 will provide all tools, instruction, gloves and water.

Register for Trailwork at Three Springs: May 15, Wednesday

Register for Trailwork at Three Springs: May 16, Thursday

 Trails 2000 hosts public trailwork each week, as well as additional announced days and times, throughout the trail season. Sign up for our FREE Trail Talk E-Newsletter in the upper right hand corner of our website for details and announcements.

Happy Trails!

Sign Up: Hermosa Ambassadors Needed

April 27, 2019

Please sign up today to help greet and inform visitors at the Lower Hermosa Trailhead next week:

May 1, May 3 and May 4:
https://tinyurl.com/y6yzvmx3

Trailwork Party: Sign Up for Thursday, May 2

April 26, 2019

Please join Trails 2000 for Trailwork at the Three Springs Trail on Thursday, May 2, from 4:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. All weekend warriors, trail blazers, wanderers and trail lovers alike are invited to volunteer and should meet at the Spurline Trailhead. Registration is requested below. No experience is necessary for trailwork, and Trails 2000 will provide the necessary instruction and safety tool talk, all tools, gloves and water for volunteers.

Trails 2000 Trailwork Party at Three Springs

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When: Thursday, May 2, 2019 4:30pm to 7pm;
Where/Directions: From the intersection of Hwy 550 and Hwy 160 go east on 160 to Three Springs Blvd. Go north on Three Springs Blvd. At the first roundabout make the first right continuing on Three Springs Blvd. to the second roundabout. At the second roundabout make the first right onto the gravel road and the Spurline Trailhead is 100 yards ahead on the right. Total distance from the intersection of 550/160 is 2.8 miles and travel time is less than 5 minutes. You’ll meet Trails 2000 crew leaders Jack and Oliver, who will provide all tools and instruction.
What to wear: Volunteers should wear closed toe shoes or boots, long pants, shirt (long or short sleeved), sun hat, sunscreen, and bring a water bottle and rain jacket (optional). Trails 2000 will provide all tools, instruction, gloves and water.

Register for Trailwork at Three Springs: https://www.eventbrite.com/manage/events/60913940235/basicinfo

 Trails 2000 hosts public trailwork each week, as well as additional announced days and times, throughout the trail season. Sign up for our FREE Trail Talk E-Newsletter in the upper right hand corner of our website for details and announcements.

Happy Trails!

Trailwork Kick-Off Thursday, April 27, 2019

April 21, 2019

Please join Trails 2000 for Trailwork at the Three Springs Trail on Thursday, April 27, from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. All weekend warriors, trail blazers, wanderers and trail lovers alike are invited to volunteer and should meet at the Spurline Trailhead. Registration is requested below. No experience is necessary for trailwork, and Trails 2000 will provide the necessary instruction and safety tool talk, all tools, gloves and water for volunteers.

Trails 2000 Trailwork Party at Three Springs

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When: Thursday, April 27, 2019 4pm to 7pm; please come for as much or little time as you can.
Where/Directions: From the intersection of Hwy 550 and Hwy 160 go east on 160 to Three Springs Blvd. Go north on Three Springs Blvd. At the first roundabout make the first right continuing on Three Springs Blvd. to the second roundabout. At the second roundabout make the first right onto the gravel road and the Spurline Trailhead is 100 yards ahead on the right. Total distance from the intersection of 550/160 is 2.8 miles and travel time is less than 5 minutes. You’ll meet Trails 2000 crew leaders Jack and Oliver, who will provide all tools and instruction.
What to wear: Volunteers should wear closed toe shoes or boots, long pants, shirt (long or short sleeved), sun hat, sunscreen, and bring a water bottle and rain jacket (optional). Trails 2000 will provide all tools, instruction, gloves and water.

Register for Trailwork at Three Springs:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/durango-trails-2000-trailwork-april-25-2019-registration-60495912904

Trails 2000 hosts public trailwork each Wednesday, as well as other announced days and times, throughout the trail season. Sign up for our FREE Trail Talk E-Newsletter in the upper right hand corner of our website for details and announcements.

Happy Trails!

Share Your Trail Photos with Us!

April 9, 2019

Calling all trail users! Trails 2000 is currently gathering photos of trail use and outdoor recreation for upcoming marketing projects, and we would love to feature photography from you, our active trail users.

Please help us update our photo library with photos of you out on the trails hiking, biking, running, backpacking, walking, with children, dogs, and families.

Check out our Facebook and Instagram pages to see what specific regions or trails we’re looking for each week and then post your own photos to Facebook or Instagram with the hashtag #ShareMyTrailPhotos. Each week 5 winners will receive a Colorado Trail poster.

Thank you for supporting Trails 2000!

Don’t Miss the Trails and Ales Party on April 22!

March 6, 2019

You’re invited to join Trails 2000 for our annual spring membership event to kick off the 2019 trail season: the Trails and Ales Party, on Monday, April 22, from 4:00 to 7:00 p.m. at Carver Brewing Company. Held on the annual recognition of Earth Day, this event gives all outdoor enthusiasts a chance to mix and mingle, learn more about how to get involved with Trails 2000, and give back to the trails in and around Durango. The event will feature live music from Space Between Shadows, a delicious spread of chili and salad, and a beer, glass of wine or root beer from Carvers to anyone who joins, renews or gives to Trails 2000.

Proceeds from the Trails and Ales Party directly support Trails 2000’s mission to plan, build, and maintain Durango’s trail network, educate trail users, and encourage connectivity on road, path, and trail. With over 300 miles of trails within 30 minutes of downtown, Durango is a trail mecca! Partnering with the City, County, Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, and private landowners, Trails 2000 and our cadre of volunteers contribute over 3,500 hours of trailwork on these lands. Trails 2000 believes that great trails build great communities and great communities build great trails. This is an event that strengthens both of those elements!

Stay tuned! As Trails 2000 gears up for the 2019 season, the organization will host a Trailwork Kickoff Party. More details will be announced here, and all weekend warriors, trail blazers, wanderers and trail lovers alike will be invited to come out for a fun work day to kick off the 2019 trail season. Details and volunteer sign up to be announced.

Trails 2000 hosts over 30 public trailwork parties on Wednesdays and Thursdays throughout the trail season, including the annual Colorado Trail (CT) Work Weekend in mid-June 2019. The fun-filled camping weekend includes work on Trails 2000’s adopted section of the CT, sections 28.2 and 28.3 from Champion Venture to Junction Creek, totaling 19.1 miles and the longest adopted section in the state. Trails 2000 will also host a work day and celebration on Saturday, September 28, in recognition of National Public Lands Day.

No experience is necessary to volunteer at trailwork, and Trails 2000 provides the necessary instruction and safety tool talk, all tools, gloves, and water and snacks for the entire crew. For more information on upcoming trail events, please visit our Trail Calendar.

We hope to see you at our Trails and Ales Party on April 22!

Happy Trails!

Registration Closed: 2019 Trail Crew Leader Training

Crew Leader Training hosted by Trails 2000 and Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado
April 12-13, 2019 – Durango, Colorado

Trails 2000 has teamed up with Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado’s (VOC) Outdoor Stewardship Institute (OSI) to offer an exciting training program for trail crew leadership in Durango, Friday and Saturday, April 12 and 13, 2019. The two-day Trail Crew Leader Training will introduce the fundamentals of successful volunteer crew management and is open to all levels of trail experience, from beginner to long-time volunteer. The training program is taught by long-time OSI instructor Kim Frederick, who brings many years of experience in sustainable trail design and crew leadership.

Attendees will learn and practice construction and maintenance of sustainable trails, leadership strategies and techniques, tool use, and safety. All trainees will receive educational materials and handouts necessary for a successful and fun experience.

Upon competition of the program, Trails 2000 may hire interested and qualified crew leaders for the 2019 season to assist the organization during public trailwork days.

  • When: Friday, April 12, from 5 – 8 p.m. and Saturday, April 13, from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
  • Who: Those interested in joining Trails 2000’s team as a crew leader; all levels of experience welcome, minimum age requirement is 18 years.
  • What: Course includes classroom sessions, field exercises and role playing to introduce construction/maintenance of sustainable trails, leadership strategies and techniques, tool use, and safety. All trainees receive a Crew Leader manual, set of quick reference cards, and other materials that make for a successful leader. Meals are not included; attendees should bring their own food. More information will be emailed to attendees following registration.
  • Cost: Free to those who commit to four hours of volunteer time with Trails 2000 prior to June 15, 2019.

Space is limited and class fills up quickly. Registration is now closed – thank you to all who registered.

Winter Trail Reporters Wanted

February 26, 2019

Are you out and about fat biking, ski-touring, hiking? We need your help to update the Winter Trail Conditions page. Please submit photos and a brief update on trail conditions in our area from Horse Gulch to Sand Canyon and beyond and email us at info at trails2000 dot org or  via Contact on the website and we’ll get your email. Thank you for helping collect winter trail information to keep the trail community informed! Happy Trails.

Application Closed: Trail Operations Manager

January 30, 2019

Are you interested in a unique opportunity to join a leading nonprofit organization in the outdoor industry? Do you want to live in a mountain town community, while making a significant positive impact on the lives of residents and visitors? Are you passionate about the outdoors and wish to combine your passion for trails and recreation with a career in the outdoor industry?

Trails 2000 seeks a full time, seasonal Trail Operations Manager interested in the planning, building, and maintenance of area trails; managing volunteers; laying out and mapping trails; and balancing cerebral office work with physical trailwork.

The ideal candidate must be a hard worker with a love for the outdoors and creating great trail experiences for all types of trail users; know how to work with varying leadership styles, community members and youth; have excellent written and verbal skills; and aptitude for using mapping software or Google Maps.

A typical work week includes a Monday morning meeting with the Executive Director to evaluate a work plan that you’ve prepared and updated, followed by Tuesdays through Thursdays in the field laying out trails, doing recon on maintenance projects, and coordinating and leading volunteer crews during weekly trailwork projects (Tuesday and/or Wednesday evenings and some weekends). Weekly duties also consist of meeting with and presenting to land managers (both in the field and in office meetings), creating maps for presentation or review, and maintaining tools and trucks. Head outside and enjoy the fruits of your labor during most three-day weekends; work includes 1-2 weekends a month and typical field months run from late March to late October.

The position provides a fun and organized office space, work computer, and the opportunity to build on a three-decade history of organizational success while infusing your creativity and expertise into the organization.

Salary based on experience.

For full job description, click here.

TO APPLY:

Applications are now closed – thank you for your interest in Trails 2000.

Schedule Donations Now for Colorado Gives Day

November 16, 2018

Photo: Scott DW Smith

Give where you live & play | Donate to Trails 2000 for Colorado Gives Day

So many of us – whether locals or visitors; recreation-ists or commuters; mountain bikers, hikers, trail runners and more – use the trails. So why not give where you live and play? Trails 2000 invites Coloradans and all outdoor enthusiasts to support our efforts to plan, build and maintain the over 300 miles of trails in Durango, Colorado by donating to your local nonprofit trail organization on Colorado Gives Day, December 4, 2018.

Presented by Community First Foundation and FirstBank, Colorado Gives Day is an annual statewide movement to celebrate and increase philanthropy through online giving. The event is powered by ColoradoGives.org, a year-round, online giving website. Visit Trails 2000’s CO Gives profile, to make your safe and secure donation in a few easy steps.

Schedule Donations Today

Donations can now be made online by visiting Trails 2000’s CO Gives profileOnce on our profile, simply click the “Donate” button. Add your donation amount and press the “CO Gives Day” button to schedule it. Complete the other fields and click “add to cart.” Continue checking out by logging in or creating a donor account, entering your payment information, and then submit. Scheduled donations will process on Colorado Gives Day, December 4.

Please give today and help support Trails 2000’s ongoing work to maintain the trails you love in the community where you live!

Give Now to Your Trails: Year End Campaign

November 12, 2018

Your Trails | Our Community | Give to Our Year End Campaign

2018 memories will be centered around the 416 fire, greatly impacting our residents, area businesses, and beloved Hermosa area trails. Yet, now more than ever, Durango is known for its resilience and our shared trail experiences. From building the Spur Line Trails at Three Springs and NICA Colorado High School league state championship course to clearing trees on the Colorado Trail, Trails 2000 is your trail partner. This season alone our volunteers – led by trained crew leaders – provided over 4,500 volunteer hours on Durango’s area trails.

2018 Accomplishments:

  • Planning and building the NICA (high school league) State Championship race course
  • Partnering with the San Juan Forest to help sign area trails closed by the 416 fire
  • Planning and building the Spur Line trails at Three Springs, including five plus miles of introductory singletrack
  • Cleared trees on the Colorado Trail, Dry Fork, Pass Trail, Engineer Mountain Trail, and Missionary Ridge
  • Partnering with the FS to improve the West Cross Creek alignment
  • Partnering with the BLM on the Sale Barn re-route
  • Maintaining over 25 trails from Stacy’s, Carbon Junction, Overend to Telegraph
  • Worked with students of all ages on the Trail Kids Program
  • Updated Trails2000.org with new blogs, maps, trail conditions and other user-friendly information
  • Facilitated our annual Trails & Ales Party at Carver Brewing
  • Organized our largest fundraiser, the annual live auction at El Moro

Over 300 miles of trail are accessible within 30 minutes of downtown Durango. Trails 2000 plans, builds and maintains our local trail network; educates trail users; and encourages connectivity on road, path and trail. Partnering with the City, County, BLM, Forest Service and private landowners to create trail connectivity, Trails 2000 relies on your support to make our work possible.

Trails 2000 would like to thank you, your family and everyone who supported us this year. Trailwork and membership are important tools for our success, and we couldn’t do what we do without you. Your financial support is essential to our continued success, and we rely on your help.

Please contribute to our year-end campaign. To volunteer, or to become a member, please sign up for our email list in the upper right hand corner of this page. Purchase your holiday cards and a commemorative, artistic Colorado Trail poster today.

 Thank you volunteers and members – Happy Holidays from Trails 2000!

Volunteer at Rocky Mountain Chocolate Sale

October 12, 2018

Registration is now closed. Thank you to all who signed up!

Watch our Fall Video & Help Us Keep in Touch

October 1, 2018

An Autumn Ride through the San Juan Mountains from Durango Trails 2000 on Vimeo.

Trails 2000 captured a unique mountain bike ride through the changing fall colors of the San Juan Mountains, nestled between Durango and Silverton in Southwest Colorado. Come take a ride with us!

After viewing, please help us keep in touch with you! We’re updating our contact database and need your help to make sure your information is up-to-date. Please fill out this form* with your email and contact information. The short, simple form takes less than a minute to complete and will ensure we can keep in touch on all things trails.

Thank you for being here – Happy Trails!

Trail Work
Trailwork Party on Telegraph Trail, Sept. 26

September 20, 2018

Please join Trails 2000 for Trailwork on Telegraph Trail in Horse Gulch on Wednesday, September 26, from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. All weekend warriors, trail blazers, wanderers and trail lovers alike are invited to volunteer and should meet at the intersection of the Meadow and Telegraph, accessed from the Horse Gulch Trailhead in Durango. Registration is requested below. No experience is necessary for trailwork, and Trails 2000 will provide the necessary instruction and safety tool talk, all tools, gloves and water for volunteers.

Trails 2000 Trailwork Party on Telegraph Trail

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When: Wednesday, September 26, from 4-7 p.m.; please come for as much or little time as you can.
Where/Directions: Telegraph Trail; please meet at the intersection of the Meadow and Telegraph in Horse Gulch. From Main Avenue in Durango, take College Drive to 8th Avenue and turn right. Take a left at 3rd Street (by Horse Gulch Health Campus, before Sonic) and park in the Horse Gulch trailhead parking lot. From the trailhead, ride, hike or run up Horse Gulch Road to the Meadow Loop intersection. From there, take a right and continue on the Meadow until you come to the intersection of Telegraph, where you’ll meet the Trails 2000 crew with all tools and instruction.
What to wear: Volunteers should wear closed toe shoes or boots, long pants, shirt (long or short sleeved), sun hat, sunscreen, and bring a water bottle and rain jacket (optional). Trails 2000 will provide all tools, instruction, gloves and water.

Register for Trailwork on Telegraph Trail

Trails 2000 hosts public trailwork each Wednesday, as well as other announced days and times, throughout the trail season. Sign up for our FREE Trail Talk E-Newsletter in the upper right hand corner of our website for details and announcements.

Happy Trails!

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