Southwest Colorado

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  • 1. The Colorado Trail

    Trail

    Junction Creek to Gudy’s Rest Junction Creek is the southern terminus for the Colorado Trail and one of Durango’s best trails for hiking, mountain...Read More

  • 2. Warner Point Nature Trail

    Trail

    The 1½-mile round-trip hike starts from High Point. It provides fabulous vistas of the San Juan and West Elk mountains and Uncompahgre Valley...Read More

  • 3. Animas Overlook Trail

    Trail

    If you're looking for a great view without the effort, try the ¾-mile Animas Overlook Trail. It takes you past signs explaining local geology...Read More

  • 4. Box Cañon Falls

    Body Of Water/Waterfall

    One particularly gorgeous jaunt is to Box Cañon Falls, where the turbulent waters of Clear Creek thunder 285 feet down a narrow gorge. A steel...Read More

  • 5. Cedar Point Overlook Trail

    Trail

    This 0.4-mile round-trip interpretive trail leads out from South Rim Road to two overlooks. It's an easy stroll, and signs along the way detail...Read More

  • 6. Chasm View Nature Trail

    Trail

    The park's shortest trail (0.3 mile round-trip) starts at North Rim Campground and offers an impressive 50-yard walk right along the canyon...Read More

  • 7. Deadhorse Trail

    Trail

    Despite its name, the 6-mile Deadhorse Trail is actually a pleasant hike, starting on an old service road from the Kneeling Camel view on the...Read More

  • 8. North Vista Trail

    Trail

    The round-trip hike to Exclamation Point is 3 miles; a more difficult foray to the top of 8,563-foot Green Mountain (a mesa, really) is 7 miles...Read More

  • 9. Oak Flat Loop Trail

    Trail

    This 2-mile loop is the most demanding of the South Rim hikes, as it brings you about 400 feet below the canyon rim. In places, the trail is...Read More

  • 10. Rim Rock Nature Trail

    Trail

    The terrain on this 1-mile round-trip trail is primarily flat and exposed to the sun, with a bird's-eye view into the canyon. The trail connects...Read More

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