Garden of the Gods Loop Trail is a 3.7 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Colorado Springs, Colorado that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and birding and is best used from March until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail.
Views From the Perimeter of the Garden The Garden of the God's really deserves more than one guide. This one takes you on a walk around the main section of the formations that constitute the Garden of the Gods as most people experience it. Three primary trails connect to form a 4 mile loop: The Palmer Trail begins on the north side of the main parking area, heading west and then south. After a little more than a mile, a short 400 yard trail branches off to the Siamese Twins formation. Returning to the main trail, you'll cross the road and cut through the main park area's southern section on the Buckskin Charlie Trail. When this reaches the other side of the paved road loop, you'll cross again, this time heading for the Ute Trail, which eventually runs north to join with the Susan Breitag trail, and on back to the start point. If this sounds confusing, don't worry. The large formations in the center of the park are visible from all parts of the trail. Just keep circling them.
I loved the place and the Segway experience through the garden of the gods! Saw people rock climbing, biking, hiking with children, and some were driving through for scenic views.
Super easy. You just kind of walk around and take your time. Beautiful different views around every corner. Bring the whole family. We will definitely go back. Its also free, theres plenty of parking and its a nice drive. I also loved getting in trouble for petting the beautiful horses that they had there.
Incredible, always changing views. Only negative is that trails are not well marked and the map we got from the visitors center was very little help. View made up for it though!
Beautiful family trail specialy when compagny come and visit
Easy and nice trails. Some horse poops. And I saw an elk!