Rifle, CO Trails and Parks

Rifle has 7 trails in the vicinity, including 3 hiking trails and 3 for fishing. These trails range from 0.7 to 11.2 miles in length. The most popular trails are Rifle Falls State Park Campground, Coyote and Squirrel Trails and Three Forks Trail. Trails.com member Brook M. recently completed Three Forks Trail.
  • Coyote and Squirrel Trails

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    Rifle, CO

    Coyote Trail winds past limestone caves, through a lush riparian and forested area, then above for a birds-eye view of Rifle Falls. Kids of all ages will love exploring the caves. Bring a flashlight ...
    •  1 to 2 hours
    •  1.8 miles
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    Coyote Trail winds past limestone caves, through a lush riparian and forested area, then above for a birds-eye view of Rifle ...

  • Jess Weaver Trail

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    Rifle, CO

    The Jess Weaver Trail follows No Name Creek through lush forest, past boulder fields beneath ancient cliffs, and along a sparkling, cascading creek. The pretty trail sometimes wanders gently ...
    •  3- 4.5 hours
    •  6.2 miles
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    The Jess Weaver Trail follows No Name Creek through lush forest, past boulder fields beneath ancient cliffs, and along a ...

  • Rifle Falls

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    Rifle, CO

    Limestone cliffs rise 70 feet above the trail at Rifle Falls State Park, providing a lofty ledge for three dramatic leaps at Rifle Falls. This segmented plunge, fed by East Rifle Creek, is an ...
    •  30- 45 minutes
    •  0.7 miles
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    Limestone cliffs rise 70 feet above the trail at Rifle Falls State Park, providing a lofty ledge for three dramatic leaps ...

  • Harvey Gap Reservoir

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    Rifle, CO

    Harvey Gap Reservoir is an isolated 160-acre impoundment in sagebrush and juniper high-desert mountains. Key Species: Northern pike, tiger muskie, channel catfish, smallmouth bass, largemouth ...
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    Harvey Gap Reservoir is an isolated 160-acre impoundment in sagebrush and juniper high-desert mountains. Key Species: Northern ...

  • Rifle Gap Reservoir

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    Rifle, CO

    Rifle Gap Reservoir is a 300-acre impoundment in sagebrush and juniper high-desert mountains. Key Species: Walleye, yellow perch, smallmouth bass, largemouth bass, rainbow trout.
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    Rifle Gap Reservoir is a 300-acre impoundment in sagebrush and juniper high-desert mountains. Key Species: Walleye, yellow ...

  • Three Forks Trail

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    Rifle, CO

    Since this is a very remote and seldom used trail, wildlife and signs of wildlife are abundant. Mule deer, elk, black bear, and beavers are all present. The trail parallels the mellow Three Forks ...
    •  Advanced riders, 1.5 - 2 hours; Intermediate Riders, 2.5 - 3 hours
    •  11.2 miles
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    Since this is a very remote and seldom used trail, wildlife and signs of wildlife are abundant. Mule deer, elk, black bear, ...