Edna Mae Bennett Nature Trail Topo Map

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This excellent loop trail threads across colorful sandstone bluffs at Palmer Park in northeast Colorado Springs. Gorgeous vistas also come with lots of wildlife, such as squirrels, birds, rabbits, and red foxes, so be sure to keep your dog on leash. The Edna Mae Bennett Nature Trail is a lovely hike through the ravines and rocky bluffs of expansive Palmer Park in the urban heart of Colorado Springs. The rustic trail climbs high above the houses, affording excellent views and exploring shallow canyons, crumbling rock buttresses, and fanciful hoodoos shaped like primitive sculptures. While most Palmer Park trails are multiuse, you won’t compete with mountain bikers on most of the Bennett Trail—it’s too darn rocky.
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Colorado Springs, Colorado

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Mar 2018