Meyer Ranch Park Trail is a 3.9 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Conifer, CO that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible from May until October.
it was a good hike. nice and pretty, pretty simple.
Nice wooded hike but you can hear the traffic from the highway on the entire walk.
Pretty easy hike but a lot of dog poop on the trail. Why can't people pick up after their pooch?
Easy and beautiful terrain. Accessible day trip that isn't very far from metro.
No view at the top so kids were disappointed with that.
Right up against highway so you can hear traffic while you're hiking.
Great hike, lots of loops and beautiful views
Beautiful views and nice terrain.
Not too crowded and a nice easy day hike!
Nice, quick hike with pretty wildflowers and lots of trees. Great for a quick evening hike after work. We did the two main loops in about an hour. It was great hike for the dog.
I really enjoyed this one but don't go off what I think because it was my first hike haha. It was a pretty nice scenic trail.
I actually did this hike on New Year's Eve last year and it was great. Plenty of snow on the ground but didn't complicate it a bit. Very easy and great relaxing hike. My friend and I actually took an unnoticed trail leading to the top of the mountain after reaching the top of the actual hike which made it a round trip of 6 miles. Was breathtaking
this is a great hike that's close to home and scenic. do all the trails. they loop together. the hike is only worth doing if you go all the way up the old ski run trail. its a total of 4.6 miles. once you reach the top of the loop and start coming back down you will come across a large rock formatiom. there's a trail leading you to it. climb the rocks and you'll have a great view. great exercise and great for all levels of difficulty. this will be a great fall hike as there are lots of aspen.
We came here for a day trip snowshoeing. The trails were very easy and packed down, but we enjoyed our off-trail sections best. The bottom section is a giant clearing; head straight up for more interesting terrain.
A fun easy walk for my old puppy.