Horse Gulch Blog

Watchdogging for the greater Durango area

Maps–Horse Gulch, Twin Buttes and more

This map of the trails in and around Horse Gulch was illustrated by GIS Specialist Ben Bain.

This map of the trails in and around Horse Gulch was illustrated by GIS Specialist Ben Bain.

This map of trails in and around Horse Gulch by GIS Specialist Ben Bain has topography lines.

This map of trails in and around Horse Gulch by GIS Specialist Ben Bain has topography lines.

This map of Twin Buttes shows all of the trails that are open to hikers, runners, mountain bikers and horseback riders. Image courtesy of Kevin Hall, the City of Durango’s Natural Lands, Trails and Sustainability Director. For printable PDF of Twin Buttes map, click HERE.

This is a conceptual plan for a bike park at Chapman Hill that the City of Durango bailed on in 2015. In its place, a single Chapman Hill Flow Trail was built by Alpine Bike Parks that’s about a mile long. It can be ridden in three minutes. Image courtesy of the City of Durango.

Ewing Mesa Map with trails-CLICK ME:)

Public versus private property ownership map for Horse Gulch. This image is old and the property ownership has probably changed since the creation and publication of it. Image courtesy of Durango’s Community Development Director Kevin Hall.

A topographic map of Big Lick Trail that's delineated in red. Map courtesy of GIS Specialist Ben Bain.

A topographic map of Big Lick Trail that’s delineated in red. Map courtesy of GIS Specialist Ben Bain.