Explore resources for finding the most accessible trails
Enjoying the outdoors should be equally accessible to everyone. While some trails and hiking areas are more difficult to navigate with wheelchairs, strollers and TerrainHoppers, there are many in the Pikes Peak Region that provide easier access.
Trails and Open Space Coalition
The Trails and Open Space Coalition (TOSC) has a page dedicated to stroller/wheelchair-friendly trails. These include paved, dirt and gravel trails that are wider and smoother than your average path. Highlights include:
Cottonwood Creek Trail – 6 miles one way. Wide, paved concrete trail from Powers Blvd to under I-25 that connects to Pikes Peak Greenway Trail.