Ceran Saint. Vrain Trail is a 3.6 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Jamestown, CO that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs and horses are also able to use this trail.
Loved this trail. It follows a clear, sparkling stream and winds gently through forests of pine and fir. Very peaceful and leisurely. I'll definitely be coming back to camp here - it looks like a wonderful place to set up and many comfortable clearings would make the walk-in camping easy and refreshing.
Nice, leisurely Fall hike (though there wasn't much leaf-changing happening, maybe due to beetles?). Once the main trail ends (1.9 miles in), it's totally worth it to go the next mile or so (follow the spur trail to the left) up to Miller Rock. When you get there, continue about a fourth around the rock for the easiest route up.
Great trail with kids and dogs! Nice scenery and access to the creek. We spotted two moose as we were getting ready to leave. Beautiful during the Aspen leaves changing in the fall! Will definitely return!
Perfect trail for 2 Chicagoans adjusting to the altitude! Lovely, varied scenery with a beautiful river alongside us the whole time. Just strenuous and hilly enough to get our hearts going.
Great easy hike! Took our pooch and he was wiped out! We weren't sure where to turn around at as this trail connected to other trails. We turned around after the steep rocky incline, about 1 hour in.
8/25/2016. Great trail to take dogs! Soft on their paws and shaded. We arrived at 9:00am on a Thursday and had the place to ourselves. Nice little out and back, took just under 2 hours.
Great trail to hike and camp. Super enjoyable if you are looking for a relaxing hike. We backpacked in and found a killer spot by the river to camp for the night. I will definitely be going back.
First camping trip! Loved sleeping near the water!
Great short hike. Majority of it is in shade and runs along creek the entire way which makes it great for hot summer days. Looking forward to coming back when the snow flies to snowshoe it. Easy enough my 5 year old had no issues. Mostly a gradual incline on way back with a couple short steep areas. Also looks like a fairly easy MTB trail with only a couple tecnical sections. Got there at 7:30am and lot was full but there are several dispersed camping spots for first .75 miles and there was no one on the trail. Only came across a few on the way out. Entirr hike was 2 hours with 5 yr old and dog.
Love this hike, beautiful, easy going... My favorite so far
loved it. .. very pretty with the water. tall trees. nice flowers
Took my kid and it was an easy fun hike.