Barr Trail is a 12+ mile (one-way) hike gaining over 7,800 vertical feet from Manitou Springs to the 14,115-foot summit of Pikes Peak - America’s Mountain.
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Mt. Cutler Trail is located just a few miles southwest of downtown Colorado Springs in North Cheyenne Canon Park. Along the way you’ll see great views of Stratton Open Space, Seven Falls and Will Rogers Shrine. Enjoy this great hike with views.
Stanley Canyon Trail is located within the grounds of the US Air Force Academy. It is a steep hike that leads to a beautiful mountain reservoir.
Catamount Trail is a 6 mile round trip hike from Green Mountain Falls to Catamount Reservoir. It is a moderately difficult hike and pet friendly.
A one way trail that parallels N. Cheyenne Canon Road along the Mt. Cutler trail and then heads west at the trail intersection of Mt. Cutler saddle. See great views of Stratton Open Space and 360 degree views of Colorado Springs.
The Crags Trail is a wonderful 4.8 mile out-and-back hike in Pike National Forest in nearby Divide, CO that is great for families. Dogs and horses are permitted.
The Manitou Incline is a challenging hike up a historic cable car line, gaining 2,000’ of elevation in 1 mile. Free parking at the Hiawatha Gardens building, 10 Old Man’s Trail with free shuttle service to the Incline. RESERVATIONS REQUIRED. Make your reservation here.
With several established trail links for hikers to explore, experience stunning views that surround the foothills of Manitou Springs. Considered an easy to medium trail. Easy to hike but the total distance does increase the difficulty if the whole trail is done in one day.
This trail begins just outside of Rampart Reservoir and proceeds to the Reservoir through wooded forests.
Hike the foothills, search for mule deer, and discover Bear Creek! Scrub oak thicket, ponderosa pine forests, meadows, a mountain creek, and abundant foothills wildlife.
Broadmoor Seven Falls is 224 steps up a series of waterfalls. Take the steps to hiking trails and streams that feed the 181-foot drop of falling water at the falls. Seven Falls; the only Colorado waterfall on the National Geographic’s list of international wonders.
737-acre wildlife preserve offering hiking, biking sports fields on a mesa overlooking the city. Enclosed dog park as well as separate off-leash area with incredible views.