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Best Hiking Trails in Colorado

Best Hiking Trails in Colorado

1Maxwell Falls Lower Trail

  • Near: Evergreen
  • Distance: 4.2 miles
  • Elevation Gain: 875 feet
  • Route Type: Loop
  • Features: Forest, river, views, waterfall, wild flowers

2Seven Bridges Trail

  • Near: Colorado Springs
  • Distance: 3.7 miles
  • Elevation Gain: 1,033 feet
  • Route Type: Out & Back
  • Features: Forest, river, views, waterfall, wild flowers, wild life, snow

3The Crags Trail

  • Near: Divide
  • Distance: 4.8 miles
  • Elevation Gain: 820 feet
  • Route Type: Out & Back
  • Features: Forest, river, views, waterfall, wild flowers

4Catamount Falls Trail

  • Near: Woodland Park
  • Distance: 6.4 miles
  • Elevation Gain: 1,702 feet
  • Route Type: Out & Back
  • Features: Forest, views, waterfall, wild flowers, wildlife, rocky, snow

5Mount Falcon Castle Trail

  • Near: Morrison
  • Distance: 7.6 miles
  • Elevation Gain: 1,732 feet
  • Route Type: Out & Back
  • Features: Views, wildlife, rocky, snow

6Spruce Mountain Trail

  • Near: Larkspur
  • Distance: 5.5 miles
  • Elevation Gain: 600 feet
  • Route Type: Loop
  • Features: Forest, views, wild flowers, wildlife

7Mohawk Lakes Trail

  • Near: Breckenridge
  • Distance: 8.6 miles
  • Elevation Gain: 2,129 feet
  • Route Type: Out & Back
  • Features: Forest, lake, river, views, waterfall, wild flowers, rocky, snow

8Mount Cutler Trail

  • Near: Colorado Springs
  • Distance: 1.7 miles
  • Elevation Gain: 472 feet
  • Route Type: Out & Back
  • Features: Forest, views, wild flowers, wildlife, rocky

9Mount Herman Trail

  • Near: Pine Crest
  • Distance: 2.1 miles
  • Elevation Gain: 895 feet
  • Route Type: Out & Back
  • Features: Forest, views, wild flowers, wildlife, snow

10SMount Muscoco Trail

  • Near: Colorado Springs
  • Distance: 3.7 miles
  • Elevation Gain: 1,289 feet
  • Route Type: Out & Back
  • Features: Forest, views, wild flowers, wild life, rocky

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John Gentry
28 days ago

Chicago Basin is also a good track for beginners. This region is a very good option for camping for days together, making it an ideal picnic spot for your family or friends. Do hike up the steep terrains to the Twin Lakes and enjoy the beauty of Nature!

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