Songbird Trail

Bear Creek Regional Park, Colorado

Distance0.1mi
Elevation Gain16ft
Trailhead Elevation6,337ft
Top6,337ft
Elevation Min/Max6326/6337ft
Elevation Start/End6337/6337ft

Songbird Trail

Songbird Trail is a hiking trail in Colorado Springs, Colorado. It is within Bear Creek Regional Park. It is 289 feet long and begins at 6,337 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 0.1 miles with a total elevation gain of 16 feet. The Bear Creek Nature Center public building is near the trailhead. There are also benches. This trail connects with the following: Mountain Scrub Loop.

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"Part of the El Paso County park system, the Bear Creek Nature Center combines interactive, indoor nature displays with about 2 miles of self-guided, outdoor trails. The park trails are open from sunrise to sunset. The center’s easiest and shortest trail is Songbird Trail, with 0.1 miles of wooden boardwalk that goes through the thickest part of the woods. Watch for poison ivy.

Tiny children, people with disabilities, and those who want a quick, easy walk will especially enjoy this appealing, shaded path under the vine-covered cottonwoods. When you have finished Songbird Trail, you might want to try the other trails within the 150-acre Bear Creek Nature Center. These three trails are short, interesting, and fairly easy, but they are not wheelchair accessible. Special attractions: Wooden boardwalk, songbirds, peaceful setting. Attention birders: More than 150 bird species have been identified within this park, from the common magpie, flicker, and rufous-sided towhee, to the less easily spotted great horned owl and peregrine falcon."

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Trail Information

Bear Creek Regional Park
Nearby City
Bear Creek Regional Park
Parks
Stroller/Wheelchair Accessible
Accessibility
Easy
Skill Level
Colorado Springs Visitor Information Center
Local Contacts

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Nov 2018