To promote trail stewardship, develop and maintain sustainable trails, and promote positive trail interactions among all trail users in the scenic Mancos Valley.
Saturday June 1-
SHARE THE TRAILS
We have a big weekend coming up! Saturday June 1 MTG is participating in a fun Share the Trails event at Mud Springs in McElmo Canyon. Come on out with your bike, horse, or on foot! Great prizes available including $200 gift certificates to Kokopelli, a saddle and more!
Sunday June 2 -
Then on Sunday, June 2 come join the Mancos Trails Group on our next group hike. It will be led by MTG volunteer Garrett Stimax to Prater Ridge Trail in Mesa Verde NP. We’ll be meeting at the Mesa Verde visitor’s center at 10 a.m. this Sunday June 2nd. Look for the MTG banner. The trail is a 7.3 mile moderately rated loop with amazing views of the Mancos valley and La Plata mountains. It should take 3–4 hours, so don’t forget to bring a lunch with you. No dogs please. Hope to see you there!
Thank you to everyone who turned out for our amazing hike in the Aqueduct area and our fundraiser at the Mancos Brewery last Saturday. The hike was a lot of fun - we all made new friends and the flowers were going crazy! The fundraiser was a blast! Great music, great food, great beer, and a GREAT crowd made for an amazing time. Thanks to Mancos Brewing Company for hosting and to our wonderful sponsors including Osprey, High Desert Outdoors, Kokopelli, Beehive and Zuma Natural Foods.
Our next business meeting is this Tuesday, May 28 7pm at the Mancos Library. Come join us to learn about what we've been up to and to volunteer to make MTG even better!
Come join us for a day of FUN to raise awareness and funds for the Mancos Trails Group. Check out their trail projects and sign up for work days, listen to the music of Andrew Schumann and the Pete Giuliani Band, order from our special Beer/Food Pairing Menu, and enjoy time with your friends and fellow trail lovers!
Come join the Mancos Trails Group (MTG) for a hike led by MTG Chair, Robert Meyer. We’ll hike 3–4 miles to gain an overlook of the proposed Bureau of Land Management’s 11.7 mile Aqueduct Trail System. It’s located just 1 mile northwest of Mancos.
The hike will be Saturday, May 18th and we’ll meet at the proposed parking lot on Road 39 at 10:30 a.m. See attached map and look for the MTG banner. Due to limited parking space carpooling is recommended. Meet 10:00 at south side of Boyle park in Mancos.
Please be prepared and wear proper shoes and clothes. Long pants are suggested due to areas of dense brush. Bring your own snacks, lunch, sunscreen, sunglasses, and several liters of water.