Race routes integrate beginner and intermediate levels of single-track trails, dirt and gravel roads. The venue of the San Juan National Forest could not be more perfect for athletes as they trek through aspen groves, grassy fields, and the dreaded rocky Piedra Stock driveway. The course is fast, testing each competitor’s endurance, speed and ability.
The Dirty Details
PACKET PICK-UP TBD
CHECK-IN TIMES On-site registration will begin at 6:45am
7:30am - Dusty Kids Start 8:15am - Adult Races Start 11:30am - Stick around for the Dirty Sprint and Dirty Du Awards! ** New this year - Adult Races will be professionally timed by Rocky Mountain Timing **
From Highway 160 turn onto Piedra Road (CR 600) – follow Piedra Road for 6.3 miles.
Turn left (just past cattle guard) onto FS Road 629/Turkey Springs Road.
Continue on FS Road 629, past Monument Park Road, until you get to Brockover.
Park along FS Road 69 and walk a short distance down Brockover Rd to the start/finish.
This junction is the start and finish line, staging and registration area.
Important notice about parking! Due to heavy rains and motor vehicle activity in the parking field, Forest Service officials are requiring all parking to remain on the side of roadways in a parallel direction to the road.
Please do not enter the fields. Please ensure there are always two lanes of roadway still available for through traffic.
Parking can occur on Turkey Springs Road.
What The Racers Say
Wide Range of Ability “I like that there were beginners and more experienced participants. There was no pressure to be competitive. Also, the course was very well marked.”
Low-Stress “What great open space, fun and energetic people, not too stressful at the start of the race, and good trails!”
What a Success! “Thank you! To all of our Sponsors, volunteers and participants!!!! We had an amazing event on Saturday all thanks to all of you and your commitment to survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. We had 126 people come out and get Dirty and the DU and raised over $7,000 to continue services for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault in our county. AMAZING!”
Well Marked Course “The course was great and easy to follow!”
Fun for the Family "I liked the family atmosphere. It was my first duathlon, and it was laid back enough that it made me want to come back and do it again next year!”
Good Sporstmanship "All competitors were good sporsmen/woman with positive attitudes!”
Violence is a dirty word! The Pagosa Duathlon is an annual event held to raise funds for the Rise Above Violence (Rise) in Pagosa Springs, Colorado. All proceeds from the duathlon go towards support survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and other violent crime. Learn more about Rise services and support here