Map of bike paths / walking paths in Telluride, CO


Recreational trails for walking, running and cycling in Telluride, Colorado

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Telluride, Colorado

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Mountain Village Paths

San Miguel River Trail


Regional Trails

Telluride is located in the San Juan Mountains of Southwestern Colorado. This is a remote area of Colorado, miles from major cities, but it offers some of Colorado's most beautiful scenery and is well worth the trip. The San Juan Mountains are a mecca for hiking, mountain biking, skiing and sight seeing.

Telluride is situated in a deep valley and surrounded by soaring peaks. The downtown area has an authentic Old West atmosphere and has numerous restaurants and shops. The lifts for the ski area come right out of the middle of town and offer a fantastic view of the valley and town below. The the east of town at the end of the valley visitors can view the cascading waters of Bridal Veil Falls.

The San Miguel River flows through the valley and has a recreational trail that follows it as it meanders through the town and out to the lush fields of the valley to the west. There are also paved and unpaved trails for exploring the resort area of Mountain Village that sits to the south of Telluride.

San Miguel River Trail

The San Miguel River Trail is a 6.7-mile long unpaved and paved trail that travels from Highway 145, through the heart of Telluride and up into the valley to the east of town. The trail offers beautiful views of the valley and steep hillsides to each side. In town, the trail skirts the south side of town, going past the ski lifts and homes located along the river. On the east side of town, the trail goes past ponds, the Telluride Town Park with its athletic fields and pool, then heads through the aspen groves up the valley leading to the road to the base of Bridal Veil Falls.

The western portion of the trail, to the west of town, is wide and paved. The trail in town, and up into the higher elevations of the valley, is an unpaved foot path for much of its route. Most of the trail has gentle grades, but the east end of the trail has more of a climb.


Following are links to official off-site resources to find out more details about the recreational trails located in Telluride, Colorado.

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