Best Trails of Colorado

This list represents the most popular trails in Colorado. Use this list to plan your next Colorado outdoor trip. Select a state and/or activity below to find even more top trails.

Glacier Gorge Trail is a hiking and horse trail in Larimer County and Boulder County, ...
This trailhead, established in 2011, offers several options for hiking on the high prairie ...
There is a vertical scar on a hill behind Manitou Springs. The trees part in a skinny ...
Royal Arch Trail is a hiking trail in Boulder County, Colorado. It is 0.9 miles long and ...
This small 4-wheel-drive area is one of the best-kept secrets in northern Colorado. Connected ...
Booth Lake Trail is a hiking trail in Eagle County, Colorado. It is within White River ...
The deservedly popular hike to Alberta Falls leads to one of the most frequently photographed ...
Mountain bikers can access great singletrack trails in Deer Creek Canyon Park. The park ...
A nice trail system, including an interpretive boardwalk, rambles through a wildlife habitat ...
Lost Lake Trail is a hiking trail in Boulder County, Colorado. It is within Roosevelt ...
Busy and popular are the best words to describe this area on the western edge of Rocky ...
Located in north-central Colorado in the Front Range, about 70 miles northwest of Denver, ...
Maxwell Falls Bluffs Trail is a hiking and biking trail in Jefferson County, Colorado. ...
Located in the southern end of the Gore Range, 11,900-foot Eccles Pass makes a great destination ...
Great beginner to intermediate ride, with excellent views and wonderful, smooth singletrack ...
One of the main geographical features of the Grand Valley, the Bookcliffs rise sharply ...
Undeveloped alpine pools, a 9-mile hike from parking and 11,200 feet above sea level in ...
Short, convenient drive to high point above Colorado Springs. An exhilarating backcountry ...
Activities in and around the valley include fishing, rafting, kayaking, hiking, rock climbing, ...
Aiken Canyon harbors a rich diversity of life where plains and foothills converge. This ...
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