Colorado Trail

The Colorado Trail is one of the nation's premier long distance trails at nearly 500 miles going from Denver to Durango. It crosses six wilderness areas with documented ride-arounds from the Colorado Trail Foundation (CTF) and contains some of the best singletrack in the nation.

A little known fact but COMBA has been the Adopter of the first section of the Colorado Trail in collaboration with the CTF for well over a decade now. As the Adopter, COMBA is responsible for the maintenance of this portion of the CT. 

2012 National Public Lands Day - Photo Recap

On Saturday, September 29th, 31 hearty souls spent the day helping COMBA and The Colorado Trail Foundation perform much needed maintenance on the first segment of the Colorado Trail. If the two and a half mile hike each way did not tire the volunteers, the water management work did. We lost track of how many rolling grade dips and drains were cut. Everyone was very proud of the work the performed...Read more

National Public Lands Day - September 29, 2012

**Thanks to everyone that signed up for this event!! We've had an overwhelming response! Be sure to come ride this section of the CT in the near future to see the handiwork of our volunteer crew!!** The Colorado Mountain Bike Association (COMBA), adopter of the first segment of the Colorado Trail , invites you to a day of trailwork. With the two year closure of Waterton Canyon over, and a heavy...Read more

Trail Maintenance Day Section 2 - Colorado Trail - July 21, 2013

Thanks for volunteering your time to help maintain the wonderful trails in the Buffalo Creek Recreation area. We will be helping our friends at the Colorado Trail Foundation by performing maintenance on segment 2 of the Colorado Trail . We will be meet at the intersection of the Colorado Trail and the South Platte River near the old South Platte Township site at 8:30 am. We will have a quick...Read more

COMBA Renews It’s Commitment To The Colorado Trail Foundation

COMBA has been the Adopter of the first section of the Colorado Trail for well over a decade now. As the Adopter, COMBA is responsible for the maintenance of this portion of the CT. Now that Waterton Canyon has reopened, after an almost two year closure, it’s time to ramp up our efforts on this little gem of a trail. Enter Jason Lampitt. Ever the explorer, Jason's addiction to two-wheels and dirt...Read more
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