dogs on leash
off road driving
cross country skiing
The Pike National Forest is located in the Front Range of Colorado, United States, west of Colorado Springs and including Pikes Peak. The forest encompasses 1,106,604 acres within Clear Creek, Teller, Park, Jefferson, Douglas and El Paso counties.
Park just behind the old closed tunnel on Co.Hwy 67, you will see the cars as there is no sign for "Pancake rocks trail". You will need to follow the trail until you find the ONLY sign for this. From here you can go strait and go to the "Horse thief falls" or go right for the "Pancake rocks". Have a nice day and a nice hike everyone, please leave the place nice and clean like you found it for others to enjoy.
Decent trail. Parking is very limited at trailhead (5-6 cars) Trail is clear at first, then gets kind of unmarked, then clear again, and then towards the end it gets unclear somewhat. But not too difficult to stay on the trail as there were stacked rocks marking the way. Thanks to whoever did that. Steep rock incline at the end - watch your footing! View from the top was spectacular!
Erin C. on Womens Forest Trail 375
Lovely, fairly easy, gem of a trail! Open and easy to navigate, even in the snowy months, this trail was a wonderful option for us to bring the pups and new baby along. Plenty of pines, aspens, and rolling fields to enjoy. We're grateful for the use of this trail close to home!