Fountain Valley Loop Trail is a 2.2 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Littleton, Colorado that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.
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No Dogs and No Bikes allowed. There is a $7 entrance fee to access the park. Most wheelchairs can ride the Fountain Valley Trail with little or no difficulty during good weather conditions. Trail is not paved. Comments: The Fountain Valley Trail is a 2.3 mile loop that winds through the Fountain and Lyons rock formations with a moderate change in elevation. This self-guided hike takes you through some of the most magnificent land in the park. The trail winds through several different habitats for plants and animals, including mule deer, fox and a variety of birds. You may see a golden eagle soaring over the hogback hunting small mammals, snakes or birds. At the top of the loop are buildings built by Henry S. Persse at the turn of the century. Persse used Roxborough as a summer home and hoped to develop the land into a resort. Hiking time is approximately one and one-half to two hours.
Great easy hike for hikers and families. Beautiful views and wildlife. Also, some great history along the way at the stone house.
A beautiful, easy loop that gives you all the best views Roxborough has to offer. Make sure you take the spur to Lyons Overlook!
Beautiful hike with limited shade. Fairly easy.
Chill. Pretty red rocks.
Hiked this trail on 9/15/16. It is so beautiful, and well worth the $7.00 entrance fee. It is so quiet and peaceful. Must hike the two side trails to see gorgeous views. Will come back to hike some of the other trails in this park.
Very easy trail with beautiful views. It's a great hike for guests who aren't hikers. Hardly any elevation gain. Be sure to do the Lion's Overlook, or you won't see the views. It only took us an hour to do the loop, and we stopped a lot to look around.
Peaceful trail that goes through covered and exposed areas. I enjoyed seeing the historic buildings and during fall months they had set up a station in the house and served hot cider/hot chocolate and cookies! Bobcats, mountain lions, bears and coyotes frequent this area, so keep children close! Otherwise, enjoy the red rock formations and nice overlooks.
good hike, beautiful views