Tracy and I took a trip to do some biking and camping in Mesa Verde National Park. The park, just thirty minutes from Durango and home to some of the most iconic ancient Anasazi ruins in the world, recently opened up the Wetherill Mesa to biking.  Known as the “quieter side” of the park, Wetherill Mesa offers easy bicycle rides and short hiking trails to archeological sites, as well as expansive views and scenic overlooks.  Perfect for a few hours of riding and exploring, followed by food and beers around the fire at Mesa Verde’s campground as we contemplated the next days mountain bike adventure.

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