kid friendly



nature trips

trail running

wild flowers


dogs on leash

Views are very secluded and stunning, pikes peak and surrounding canyon walls can be seen. Trail is hard to follow though in some parts

Short and easy, an interesting place to take a picture of Pikes Peak

21 days ago

Easy and short but I stopped by the historical site

The descriptions of the trail from AllTrails is pretty much spot on. With navigation cues based on terrain change. The waterfalls were flowing but the water level was extremely low due to the time of year. We made it to Rampart Road but instead of turning around we followed Rampart NE to another trail that cut the trail in half. The decent was pretty steep but there was a trail that looked heavily trafficked by goats and people. All around great views! Be sure to bring lunch and take in the scenery atop on Rampart Rd.

I loved the place and the Segway experience through the garden of the gods! Saw people rock climbing, biking, hiking with children, and some were driving through for scenic views.

trail running
1 month ago

Super easy. You just kind of walk around and take your time. Beautiful different views around every corner. Bring the whole family. We will definitely go back. Its also free, theres plenty of parking and its a nice drive. I also loved getting in trouble for petting the beautiful horses that they had there.

Don't plan to hike here if you have to park. Nearest parking is $5 an hour.

Incredible, always changing views. Only negative is that trails are not well marked and the map we got from the visitors center was very little help. View made up for it though!

Kinda easy. Bring water and wear suitable shoes.

Beautiful family trail specialy when compagny come and visit

Short and easy (no fun)

Easy hiking/walking. Insanely beautiful views. One of my favorite places.

Great hike. Easy. Very little up and down. Well maintained. The views were really pretty. Hubby and I picnicked under the Siamese Twins. Fun day hike.

Easy and nice trails. Some horse poops. And I saw an elk!