Connects: Hubbard Cave Road (FSR #408), Hubbard Cave
Glenwood Springs, CO – Medium – 0.9 Miles – Hike, Mountain Bike – Dirt
Hubbard Cave Trail #1910 is an intermediate/moderate trail you can hike and mountain bike. This is a 0.9 mile dirt trail in Glenwood Springs, CO.
This trail is temporarily closed. More information about the temporary closure can be found at White River National Forest – Hubbard Cave Trail Temporary Trail Closure Order.
News about Hubbard Cave can be found at:
The Post Independent (August 19, 2016) – Comments sought on Hubbard Cave gate
What is White-Nose Syndrome?
White-nose syndrome is a disease that is killing hibernating bats in eastern North America.
Named for the white fungus on the muzzles and wings of affected bats, WNS has rapidly spread to multiple sites in 22 states and 5 Canadian provinces.
A mortality rate of 90 to 100 percent has been observed in bats at hibernacula in the northeastern United States and Canada. Over 5.7 million bats have died from WNS to date. Your help is needed to prevent the spread of WNS.
People can Spread WNS Fungus
Fungal spores can be carried by people from cave to cave on clothing, footwear, backpacks, and other types of gear.
Introduction of WNS would have deadly consequences for bats in Hubbard Cave and elsewhere in Colorado.
Report any signs of WNS:
U.S. Forest Service: (303) 275-5350
Colorado Parks and Wildlife: (303) 297-1192
For More Information, Contact the Sopris Ranger District: (970) 963-2266″