Bluebell Road is a hiking and horse trail in Boulder, Colorado. It is within Chautauqua Park. It is 1.2 miles long and begins at 5,659 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 2.1 miles with a total elevation gain of 588 feet. Near the trailhead there are a wood, parkings, a vending machine, and a bicycle parking. Along the trail there are drinking waters and a bench.
Bluebell Road Professional Review and Guide
"This popular path, both easy to hike and scenic, might be also called "Lover's Loop." It's a wonderful jaunt that begins and ends in the beautiful meadow that sweeps down from the base of the First Flatiron, a trail that attracts hikers ready for a workout, nature lovers and the amorous, who walk hand-in-hand through the wildflowers. Springtime in the meadow brings forth the obvious-a bevy of colorful that rivals any display along the Front Range. Among those flowers you'll find...um...grass, and colorfully dressed couples enjoying both the beauty and the company. Oh yes-there are also great views from the trail of the high plains to the east and the majestic Flatirons to the west."
--Tracy Salcedo, 12 Short Hikes in the Boulder Foothills (Falcon Guides).
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