In 2019, DUST2 partnered with the Pagosa Ranger District of the San Juan National Forest to build a connection between the Continental Divide Trail to FS Road 725 leading to the Treasure Mountain trail. Thank you to all who helped last year and especially to Tyler Albers for spearheading the project from the USFS side! […]
Club rides: Tuesday mountain bike ride will meet at Pagosa Mountain Sports. Be ready to ride at 6:15. The ride will be on Reservoir Hill and Dakota Springs. There will be a guys group and a girls group (split into several groups if there are more than 10 in any group). Guys ride is intermediate, girls […]
The next trail work night with be on July 10th – make sure to mark your calendars. More details will be available next week. DUST2 provides the tools. Make sure to bring water, work gloves, and good footwear.
Developing Urban Singletrack Trails & Teams
in Pagosa Springs, Colorado
Who We Are
We are a group of people who live and work in Pagosa Springs who are passionate about cycling, promoting active lifestyles and seeing Pagosa’s youth thrive by providing opportunities to embrace an active lifestyle.
Promoting an active biking community in the Pagosa Springs area through trail development and maintenance, youth cycling, and advocacy.
5 Year Strategic Plan
It all started with a great idea and a lot of hard work. In September of 2015, nine people came together with a common goal to build trails and get kids on bikes. Almost four years later, DUST2 has successfully partnered with the Archuleta School District, the Town of Pagosa Springs, Archuleta County, the National Forest Service and many local businesses, grantors and trail users to create a Strategic Trails Plan for the Pagosa Springs area.
This plan will be a living document meant to guide urban and rural trailwork planning and execution within the community.
Tons of gratitude to Yvonne Wilcox at Gainstorming for her amazing talent!
Click to read the full Plan.