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27
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2 - 45 mi
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17
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7
Mountain Biking
20
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Loveland has 27 trails in the vicinity, including 17 hiking trails, 7 for mountain biking and 20 for other activities. These trails range from 2.7 to 45.3 miles in length. The longest trail in Loveland is Carter Lake–Rattlesnake Challenge a well-known trail measuring 45.3 miles in total length. The most popular trails are Storm Mountain, Sheep Mountain (Larimer County) and Flatiron Reservoir Campground. Trails.com member Chris H. recently completed Devil's Backbone.
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A nice family hike follows along the base of the Devil’s Backbone just west of Lovela ...
The Devil’s Backbone is a unique rock formation perched atop the hogback in the foothills ...
It wasn’t until a few years ago that one of Larimer County’s most impressive and striking ...
This is a great ride near the Devils Backbone hogback just west of Loveland. Excellent ...
The Devil’s Backbone is a small section of the hogbacks found up and down the Front Range. ...
Hike up and down hogbacks and along the distinctive Devil’s Backbone rock formation, experiencing ...
This popular county trail west of the city of Loveland connects with the Coyote Ridge ...
Hiking any part of this trail is a treat, and summiting the rock requires a rocky scramble ...
This is a spectacular but little-known area off of Long Draw Road. The trail edges uphill ...
One of the most popular Cameron Pass area trails offers easy, short, roundtrip excursions; ...
This relatively lightly used trail offers access to a high mountain panorama of the soaring ...
Round Mountain is a difficult hike to the summit of Sheep Mountain above the Big Thompson ...
The unmistakable Devils Backbone on the outskirts of Loveland is a unique geologic treasure ...
Great views from near top of 9,918-ft. Storm Mountain. A network of forest roads to explore ...
Many of the millions of tourists that arrive in Rocky Mountain National Park do so via ...
Hiking up to this foothills summit is a good workout that can be enjoyed nearly year round. ...
Pinewood Reservoir is a 97-acre impoundment in a low saddle above Carter Lake. Key Species: ...
Flatiron Reservoir is a 47-acre power plant after bay in the foothills above Carter Lake. ...
Carter Lake is a 1,100-acre reservoir located behind the Dakota Ridge hogback northwest ...
Lon Hagler Reservoir is a 100-acre impoundment in the rolling foothills southwest of Loveland. ...
As far as trailheads go, this one isn’t very charming. It’s not off an official exit, ...
The minute you step out of your car at Loveland Pass, you’ll already have postcard-perfect ...
Dry Gulch has access to two unique destinations that aren’t summits: a field of airplane ...
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