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    • 9.2
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      3550 W High St. (US Hwy 24), Colorado Springs
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      • Garrett M.

        Garrett M. • June 9, 2018Very beautiful scenic hiking trails, I prefer this place over garden of the gods. Dog friendly, with gated off leash trails.

    • 9.0
      Trail
      1705 Vindicator Drive, Colorado Springs
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      • Betty C.

        Betty C. • August 5, 2016The new extreme bike trail is a great urban hike also. Winds around back of Marriott and dumps out on Rusina.

    • 9.4
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      1805 N 30th St (at Gateway Rd), Colorado Springs
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      • Maggie M.

        Maggie M. • August 31, 2014Beautiful park with awesome trails. Dog friendly as long as your pup is leashed.

    • 8.9
      Trail
      Manitou Springs
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      • Brendan P.

        Brendan P. • March 28, 2012Barr Camp is a great place to take a break or even spend the night. They have great facilities there, so our weight can be reduced.

    • 8.8
      Park
      3650 Maizeland Rd. (at N. Academy Blvd.), Colorado Springs
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      • Bill L.

        Bill L. • January 16, 2016Best hiking and biking trails.

    • 9.0
      Park
      2120 N Cheyenne Canyon Rd. (W Cheyenne Rd. and Evans Ave.), Colorado Springs
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      • Sean Alden F.

        Sean Alden F. • June 18, 2016This is one of my all-time faves. Mt. Cutler Trail is a must-hike!!

    • 8.7
      State / Provincial Park
      Colorado Springs
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      • Miles T.

        Miles T. • June 6, 2011Worth the $7/vehicle fee. Awesome trails.

    • 8.1
      Trail
      N Cheyenne Canyon Rd, Colorado Springs
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      • askmehfirst

        askmehfirst • September 17, 2011Near the Summit you can a great view of Seven Falls looking down on it from above. Worth the hike.

    • 8.1
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      • Garrett M.

        Garrett M. • April 19, 2021A fun scramble. There’s a bunch of little trails to explore, and rocks to scramble around and over. It does get steep on some trails, and grippy shoes help a lot...

    • 8.0
      Trail
      Colorado Springs
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      • C R.

        C R. • July 6, 2017Climb the first rock you see. Walk 0.6 miles to get a view of the lake

    • 7.9
      Trail
      4075 N. Cheyenne Cañon Road (at Gold Camp Rd.), Colorado Springs
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      • Ellie

        Ellie • January 3, 2017A twisty canyon road up to a beautiful waterfall and some hiking trails. Stairs are involved to get closer to the falls, both from above or below. Also? It's free!

    • 8.0
      Park
      1337-1499 Juniper Way, Colorado Springs
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      • John C.

        John C. • December 9, 2012Be prepared for sudden weather changes. It was warm and sunny when we got there but turned fast to windy and cold by the end of the trail.

    • 7.6
      Trail
      Colorado Springs
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      • Steve E.

        Steve E. • February 7, 2015A challenging hike. Lots of scree and we had to deal with a lot of ice in the shady areas. Trail could be marked better.

    • 7.4
      Trail
      Colorado Springs
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      • R. A. B.

        R. A. B. • August 15, 2010Use Chamberlin Trail to climb to just below Gold Camp Road, then descend on The Chutes.

    • 7.2
      Trail
      Colorado Springs
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      • Maysa-Maria P.

        Maysa-Maria P. • December 11, 2018Beautiful views. Nice trail. Love it.

    • 7.0

      16. Trail

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      (homestead trail), Colorado Springs
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      • Harry B.

        Harry B. • August 27, 2011Awesome trail as long as you avoid the deer

    • 9.0
      Park
      2110 Stella Dr, Colorado Springs
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      • Holly W.

        Holly W. • May 24, 2012Really fun trails for mountain biking.

    • 7.7
      Park
      Colorado Springs
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      • Randy G.

        Randy G. • September 21, 2010run the trails and dodge the horse poop!

    • 9.2
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      • Alex S.

        Alex S. • January 15, 2013Cool trails open spaces for football or soccer and a great dog park, you can't go wrong here.

    • 8.7
      Park
      7040 Rangewood Dr. (Dublin Blvd.), Colorado Springs
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      • Elizabeth

        Elizabeth • August 30, 2014Amazing running trails that connect to the Santa Fe Trail. Great playground. Just be warry of running through the disc golf course

    • 9.3
      Scenic Lookout
      Colorado Springs
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      • A M.

        A M. • July 7, 2015Beautiful! Go off trail and up into the trees its beautiful!

    • 8.7
      Park
      170 W. Cache La Poudre St. (btwn Cascade & I-25), Colorado Springs
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      • Taa D.

        Taa D. • December 17, 2011Wear sunscreen - lots of sunshine on this trail

    • 8.1
      Park
      Colorado Springs
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      • William H.

        William H. • May 30, 2016Place is clean, nice place to walk the dogs or exercise on the trail around the whole lake. Great fishing spot as well.

    • 8.3
      Park
      1605 E Pikes Peak Ave (btwn Hancock & Union), Colorado Springs
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    • 7.9
      Park
      115 E. Platte Ave. (at N. Tejon St.), Colorado Springs
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      • Judy I.

        Judy I. • November 26, 2015First place I came too when first visiting Co. Spgs. In 1973. Love the water fountain and I see the city has fixed the bandstand for concerts now. A great place to visit, make sure too atop there.

    • 7.3
      Park
      Colorado Springs
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      • Brian F.

        Brian F. • April 26, 2013Rampart Park has a great baseball field and BMX area, as well as a large grassy area regularly used for soccer and football practices and a great walking trail. Parking can be rough at times.

    • 7.6
      Park
      126 Cimino Dr. (at W. Colorado Ave.), Colorado Springs
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      Trail
      Colorado Springs
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      • Kristy B.

        Kristy B. • June 21, 2016Even though the Templeton Trail often overlooks the Austin Bluffs Parkway, you can still feel like you're in the middle of nowhere at times. It's also quite technical and offers breathtaking views.

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      Trail
      Colorado Springs
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      • Matt K.

        Matt K. • February 17, 2013Great trail for walking, running or cycling. The trail varies from paved to dirt and gravel. A hidden gem of nature in the city.

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      Trail
      Colorado Springs
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      • James K.

        James K. • January 12, 2014Keep dogs leashed and keep the trail clean for all to enjoy.

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