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Rampart Reservoir Trail Pikes Peak Ranger District,
Pike and San Isabel National Forests
Rampart Reservoir Trail #700 is open to foot, horse and mountain bike traffic. Motorized vehicles are prohibited. It is a loop trail that traverses Rampart Reservoir`s shoreline.
Santa Fe National Historic Trail - Sierra Vista Interpretive Site Comanche National Grassland Sierra Vista Overlook provides a view of the Sangre de Cristo, Wet Mountains and the Spanish Peaks, much like that of the early travelers in the area.
Seven Bridges Trail Pikes Peak Ranger District,
Pike and San Isabel National Forests
Seven Bridges Trail is located in the Cheyenne Canon section of Colorado Springs. The trail follows and crosses North Cheyenne Creek for 1.5 miles.
Severy Creek Trail Pikes Peak Ranger District,
Pike and San Isabel National Forests
Severy Creek Trail has been closed to protect the Greenback Cutthroat Trout, an endangered species, from whirling disease.
Shortcut Trail San Carlos Ranger District,
Pike and San Isabel National Forests
This trail links with Indian Creek and Dodgeton Trails and can make a nice loop with Shortcut and Dodgeton Trails.
Signal Butte Trail Pikes Peak Ranger District,
Pike and San Isabel National Forests
Signal Butte Trail, #717, is a multi-use trail and connects several other trails. This beautiful 54.5 mile multi-use trail is located in the "Creeks" area north of Divide.
Snowslide Trail San Carlos Ranger District,
Pike and San Isabel National Forests
The quickest access I mile south of Lake Isabel to the sign on Highway 165. The trail comes out at a almost ever-present patch of snow that can be seen from I-25 when traveling south from Pueblo.
South Apache Trail San Carlos Ranger District,
Pike and San Isabel National Forests
Take Lascar Road to its end; the trail begins on the north side of the creek on private property. Red Forest Service tags can be seen on trees. The trail goes through a couple of meadows in the beginning.
South Colony Trail San Carlos Ranger District,
Pike and San Isabel National Forests
South Colony Trail creates a triangular loop that takes you into the Sangre de Cristo Wilderness. At one time the 4 WD road continued another mile past the trailhead. Now it ends at a creek crossing. There is parking here.
St. Charles Trail San Carlos Ranger District,
Pike and San Isabel National Forests
St. Charles Trail is a popular, but steep motorized trail where horses are not allowed. It is maintained mostly by a dirt bike association in Pueblo. The environment is rather lush. The trail goes over St. Charles Peak.
St. Mary's Falls Trail Pikes Peak Ranger District,
Pike and San Isabel National Forests
St. Mary`s Falls cascades 250-300 feet down a solid granite wall and is about 1.6 miles from Gold Camp Road. The elevation of the falls is 8,880'.
St. Peter's Dome Trail Pikes Peak Ranger District,
Pike and San Isabel National Forests
Historically this trail was famous for the view of the city gained by climbing an iron stairway to the top of St. Peter's Dome.
Stanley Canyon Trail Pikes Peak Ranger District,
Pike and San Isabel National Forests
The Stanley Canyon Trail provides a short but steep hike to the Stanley Reservoir. The canyon, meadow and reservoir that the trail climbs through portrays well the varied terrain of Colorado's eastern slope.
Waldo Canyon Loop Trail Pikes Peak Ranger District,
Pike and San Isabel National Forests
Waldo Canyon Trail is an easy 7 mile loop with interpretive signs about the geology of the region along the path.
West Spanish Peak Trail San Carlos Ranger District,
Pike and San Isabel National Forests
By the summer of 1999 it it hoped there will be developed camping and picnicking here. For now, there is a handicap accessible vault toilet at the trailhead.
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