Cahill Pond Trail is a 2.7 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Florissant, Colorado that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from March until October.
Directions from Mueller State Park Visitor Center: Follow Wapiti Road northward to the campground. The Grouse Mountain Trailhead lies at the north end of the campground. Follow Cheesman Ranch Trail passed the spur to Grouse Mountain Overlook to the intersection with Cahill Pond Trail.
This would be an amazing trail at the end of September, when the leaves are all changing. The meadow portion of the trail has a wooded area that is a beautiful mix of pine and aspen. The trail itself is wide, well-traveled, and only mild ups and downs (mild for the region). At the end of October, Cahill Pond itself was rather low. As it goes in Mueller State Park, there are over 50 miles of trails that are interconnected. I joined this trail with over 7 miles of other paths. Beautiful place.
Cahill is one of the many trails in Mueller State Park, south of Divide, CO. I would rate Cahill Pond as easy. If you want something a little longer, you can continue on to the Cheeseman Ranch Trial #17 or Buffalo Rock Trail #33. Great views of western slope of Pikes Peak.