Bluffs Regional Park Trail is a 2.8 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Lone Tree, CO that offers scenic views and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible from January until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Great views of the Colorado Front Range mountains, the Denver metro area, and grassland vegetation and wildlife. Soft surface trail is easy with some short, steep sections (8% grade). Fairly heavy traffic. Open sunrise to sunset.
It's a nice, very open, trail. It has decent hills, and you can easily add distance by connecting to other trails that are on other gravel trails between neighbourhoods and pastures. The sunsets are a cool vantage spot to see both the city and mountains.
Love walking this trail in the fall. Crisp air and great views.
Amazing views and lots of up and down hills that gives you a workout
Great family hike. Great views and not too difficult for the littles.
super nice easy trail and close to home. my friend and I go on this trail a lot when we can't exactly make it to the mountains. Always take my dog with me and he always has a good time.
Nice trail with some good hills to climb, pretty views but you're still very close to a neighborhood, so if you want a secluded hike surrounded entirely by nature this isn't it.
Great trail close to home...
A nice hike you can do in an hour.
This trail looked over all of Denver. In spring it is full of life and flowers. At the end of August it is all brown and dry. If you love taking you will love this trail; but if you bring a dog make sure to bring lots of water. I had a lot of fun.
Quick, easy and has a great view. This trail had a decent amount of people and bicyclists but overall it was well maintained and a pleasant way to burn an hour.
Great evening hike with amazing sunset views of the mountains! Light inclines for some good exercise.
Easy to moderate, well maintained trails, great views, but zero shade.
A great hike for families with young kids.
Went last fall, was muddy and views were disappointing