Colorado Trail Resource

This Colorado Trail Resource page contains everything you need to plan and execute a ride/race of the Colorado Trail.

At around 500 mile long the Colorado Trail is a non-motorized multi-use trail that starts on the in Denver and ends in Durango, Colorado The trail averages over 10,000′ and includes breath taking passes above tree line.

As it travels its 500 miles the CTR passes through six National Forests and six Wilderness areas. It also traverses five major river systems and eight of the states mountain ranges.

The entire trail is open to hikers and horses, while cyclist do have to reroute around wilderness areas. All users are greeted with spectacular views, big climbs, long descents, and an amazing experience.

Containing all of the One of Seven Project’s resources related to the Colorado Trail and more, this page is your one stop for planning a trip by bike to the CTR. Find out how to plan and resupply, find transportation, to bikepacking resources to help you pack, stay dry or warm, and other helpful tips.

If you’re looking to purchase the Project’s CTR Data Sheet or Town List, you can find them in our store. Both the Data Sheet and Town List are your ultimate guides for everything CTR. Find distances, elevation gain/loss, resupply options, water, and more.

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