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  • Phone: 970-328-3523
    Fax: 970-328-3539

    ECO Trails
    P.O. Box 1070
    3289 Cooley Mesa Road
    Gypsum, CO 81637

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ECO Trails

ECO Trails oversees a multi-use trail system through the Eagle River Valley. The ECO Trails partnership includes county government and the towns of Gypsum, Eagle, Avon, Vail, Red Cliff and Minturn. The regional trail system encompasses 63 miles from Vail Pass to Glenwood Canyon with a connection to Red Cliff.

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Department News

5/23/2016 - 2016 Colorado Bike to Work Day is Wednesday, June 22.
Join us for Bike to Work Day Wednesday, June 22.... Read More
5/23/2016 - ECO Trails Vail Pass Trail Clean Up is Saturday, June 18
Join us for Vail Pass Trail Clean Up on Saturday, June 18.... Read More
5/16/2016 - Vail Pass Spring Opening
As of May 16, the Vail Pass multi-use path is clear and open to the end of old Highway 6, also known as the "cul de sac."... Read More
5/16/2016 - Glenwood Canyon Path Update
As of May 16, the Glenwood Canyon multi-use path is open for use from Glenwood Springs to the east trailhead, located west of Dotsero.... Read More
5/10/2016 - Opening available on the Eagle Valley Trails Committee
There is currently vacancy for one voting member from District 1, which includes Vail, Minturn, Red Cliff, Eagle Vail, Beaver Creek and part of Edwards, to serve on the Eagle Valley Trails Committee.... Read More



The ECO Trails program develops, promotes and cooperatively maintains a scenic and safe trail system of urban, paved, multi-use, non-motorized trails. The program is funded by a designated sales tax collected in the Eagle River watershed of Eagle County.

ECO Trails Functions

  • Trail construction
  • Trail planning
  • Trail events and public relations
  • Trail management
  • Local, regional and national activism on bicycle and pedestrian issues
  • Backcountry trail projects in cooperation with federal lands agencies