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We did this hike 3-4 times this winter. It is quiet and fun at the top. You can do up and down or we finally found how to do a 3-4 mile loop. Just be careful to go back to the parking lot you came...More
Our son and his wife took us here for a short hike because of its easy terrain good for us “mature” adults. Good restroom facilities at the trail head and plenty of parking most days. Close to Red Rocks and Dinosaur Ridge as well.
Had a nice time walking the Red Rocks and Morrison Slide trails. There were some hills to go up, but not too challenging even for this flatlander from Florida. Found some GeoCaches along the way. Some Caches seemed sketchy since they were off the trail...More
We started on Red Rocks trail and got out there to where Cherry Gulch trail is. I recommend taking Cherry Gulch trail. It's a little more elevation and rocky with switch backs. When you get to the top you can see a nice view of...More
Great place for a moderate hike. The usual loop from the parking lot around the hill that meets up with the Red Rocks trail on the west is about 5 miles round trip. It's totally doable for kids and dogs love it too. The stream...More
Enjoyed a full moon hike here in June. There is plenty of parking and bathroom facilities. Hiking trail was a good one for full moon hike. Not too steep and great view of the area and of course the moon.
Trail was easy, moderate, and occasionally difficult. After completing 26,000 steps that included the amazing Red Rock amphitheater nestled in the mountains, we had Lunch in nearby Golden home of Coors brewery. One of the best hikes during our three week stay. There is a...More
I've been running and hiking in this park since the early 1990's. With all the many loops and options you can do as much or as little as you like. The big loop includes climbing the plateau on the west side of the road and...More