Seasonal wildlife closure December 1 - April 30.
Need to Know
To reach the southern trailhead from town, from the only stop light in Mancos, go west two miles on 160. Turn right (north) on County Road 39 and go 0.6 miles to the southern access.
Note that as of summer 2022, there is no official parking at the southern access point, though it is possible for a couple of cars to pull off of the road near the metal gate. This access is best for bikers riding from town.
This short trail provides access to the Aqueduct Trail System via the Evenflow
trail from the southern trailhead.
The Aqueduct Trails are multi-use non-motorized (plus class 1 e-bikes) featuring beginner and intermediate trails through pinyon, juniper and sage with big views of Mesa Verde, the Sleeping Ute and the La Plata mountains. Hikers, bikers, dog walkers, horseback riders and class 1 ebikers are welcome. It is recommended that bikers follow the trails in a clockwise direction.
Shared By: Mancos Trails