Hiking in Colorado’s mountains and valleys are one of the most popular activities people participate in while visiting our communities. Each mountain town offers a variety of trail types and locations to get out and hike upon.
Try a Colorado 14’er. Traverse the state via the Colorado Trail which hosts some of the best hiking in Colorado. Hike up high along the Continental Divide Trail, over a mountain pass, or stay low on our mountain town’s social trails.
Many of Colorado’s trails are single track that winds through forests and along alpine streams which is always a wonderful way to spend the day.
Gravel and Dirt roads often offer easier trails for those looking for a relaxing hike.
There is a Colorado trail for everyone to enjoy. While you prepare for your hike be sure to check the weather, pack appropriately, let someone know where you are hiking, and when you will be back.
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