Horseback Riding Trails Near Colorado Springs, CO
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Horseback Riding Trails Near Colorado Springs, CO

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Colorado Springs has 18 horseback-riding trails. These trails range from 0.55 to 11 miles in length. The most popular trails are Gray Back Peak Trail, 4-Mile Loop and Spruce Mountain Trail. Trails.com member Jake W. recently completed East Side of Park Repeated 4K Loop. See all Colorado Springs trails.
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First, a little history. Way back in August 1859, a couple of surveyors were out doing ...
Starting on the wide dirt and gravel path, head east across the paved road to connect ...
The Rock Pond to Werley Ranch Loop takes you into the heart of Mueller State Park and ...
This lovely trail leads you through shallow canyons in the Garden of the Gods to a scenic ...
This pleasant singletrack trail with moderate grades ends with great views from the summit ...
This area boasts over 1,300 acres and 8.5 miles of well-marked trails. With forested sections, ...
Starting at the gate, head west on a wide dirt road. At the first junction, marked Forest ...
Take the northernmost track, which is a singletrack trail. Follow the gently rolling and ...
The enclave of Palmer Lake, population 2,500, sits north of Colorado Springs. An extensive ...
This property was purchased by the city of Colorado Springs in 1998, with the majority ...
This is a wonderful training run because it offers such a variety of terrain, as well ...
After a short climb on singletrack, the path widens as it travels west. Turn left on a ...
One of Colorado Springs' city parks, North Cheyenne Cañon provides all that makes Colorado ...
Head south on the Contemplative Trail, past rocky outcroppings in partial shade. The trail ...
Recreation opportunities abound, including climbing (with permit), hiking, mountain biking, ...
This route encompasses most of the park’s trails, including some interior loops for added ...
This 417-acre park sits in the northeast quadrant of Colorado Springs, and offers several ...
Follow the Regional Trail, a doubletrack, smooth-surfaced, rolling and winding trail, ...
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