The Gurley Trail is a private riding, hiking, and ski trail that stretches 10 miles through some of Colorado's most scenic, wildlife-rich ranch country. It connects trout filled Gurley Lake on the South with North Gurley Reserve and Gurley Canyon Ranch on the north.
Spring and summer offer horseback riding, hiking and mountain biking, while late fall and winter bring snow-shoeing and cross-country skiing.
The Gurley Trail is maintained for the owners and guest of Gurley Lake Ranch, the North Gurley Reserve and Gurley Canyon Ranch. Quiet, responsible behavior is required along the trail and guest must be accompanied by property owners. No cross ranch access is allowed during deer and elk hunting season.
Gurley Canyon Ranch and portions of the North Gurley Reserve are irrigated by Gurley Lake water and offer excellent opportunities for horse lovers to own well-watered ranch homesteads and enjoy a wide range of riding and recreational opportunities at their back door across three beautiful ranches.