Trail Map

Hit the trails! Run to the top of Triple Tree or relax in a shady glade along the Sourdough Trail. Bike with the best road bike tires for safety. Walk your dog. Get outside. Take a deep breath. Use the GVLT trail map to help you explore. Every time you see a map kiosk, trail totem, or Main Street to the Mountains sign, remember that GVLT is working hard to protect open space, build trails, and strengthen the connection between our community and the incredible landscape that surrounds us.



How to Use the digital trail map

For desktop

  1. Go to the Layers table in the upper left-hand side of your screen and click the “+” next to Trails
  2. Check boxes for Existing Trails and Shared Use Paths to see all trails

For Mobile 

  1. Click the 9-dot icon in the lower right-hand corner of your screen
  2. Click “Layers”
  3. Click the “+” next to Trails
  4. Check boxes for Existing Trails and Shared Use Paths to see all trails

Trail Etiquette

The trails exist for the community, and as a community we want to encourage everyone to do their part in respecting the trails and fellow trail users. Please make sure to use trail etiquette while enjoying the outdoors.


  • Stay on the trails
  • Be respectful of wildlife
  • Respect private property
  • Be courteous to other trail users
  • Stay right, except when passing
  • Keep the trail litter free
  • Watch for downed and falling trees
  • Avoid using the trail wet conditions
  • Report trail maintenance needs
  • Volunteer your time
  • Pick up dog waste left by others
  • Open to all non-motorized users


  • Yield the right-of-way to pedestrians
  • Stay to the right & pass on the left
  • Pass others with care & give courteous verbal notice
  • Control your speed & be ready to stop if necessary

Dog owners

  • Leash dogs except in designated off-leash areas
  • Keep dogs in sight & under voice control in designated off-leash areas
  • Pick up after your dog
  • Avoid encounters with wildlife & livestock

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