A map of the Turkey Springs trails.

 

This is a great cross-country style trail system with 30+ miles of intertwining beginner and intermediate multi-use trails nestled within a ponderosa pine forest. While well marked, it is easy to become turned around or end up the ATV trails. So, stop at each intersection and consult a map.

The Turkey Springs trailhead is 5.3 miles north on Piedra Road from the intersection of Piedra Road and 160 highway. The trailhead parking lot is on the left, immediately after the cattle guard.

Distance

30+ miles / 48.28+ km

Skill Level

Beginner to Intermediate

Elevation Gain

varies

Travel Tips

Check out the Visit Pagosa Springs website for travel tips and great local places to visit!

A person rides a bike on a mountain bike trail with rocks nearby.
A signpost inside the Turkey Springs trails system.

Key local business services

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Restaurants

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Bike shops/rentals

The Hub
Pagosa Mountain Sports

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