Mount Cutler Trail is a 1.8 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Colorado Springs, CO 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. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
An easy hike on the South Side of Cheyenne Canyon Here is a leisurely family hike you can do in a morning or afternoon. The hike is only 2 miles in length. Mt Cutler - named after Henry Cutler, one of General Palmer's friends and a supporter of Colorado College - rises above Cheyenne Creek about half way up the Cheyenne Canyon, on the south side. The trailhead is well marked and has ample parking. Spectacular views are available from the summits. I'd recommend early morning or late afternoon for the best lighting.
Wonderful hike, not too easy and not too hard! Perfect for dogs too :)
Pretty trail. Great view. We went yesterday and was up there when it started snowing the first snow of the season. Easy trail with kids and dogs
Great trail to hike and a beautiful view
Easy, very accessible climb to a smaller peak in the manitou springs area. Very fun
Beautiful! Very easy incline on a well-kept and simple trail, but still affords amazing views of surrounding mountains and hills, including the zip line at Seven Falls. Very cool, bang-for-your-buck hike. Up and back in 45 minutes. And so close to CO Springs!
Quick and easy hike, easily to fit into an afternoon or morning. You get a great view of Seven Falls and Colorado Springs too!
This hike was nice and easy with perfect weather, and the views were incredible. You could see Seven Falls and people zip lining in the distance and there were also great views of the city.
some of the best views so far! really nice and not too difficult
I loved the views along this trail! Pretty easy hike but still a good little workout
Nice easy route with great views
Beautiful views and very low key. I did not think it was well marked at all.
It was so beautiful!! We went in the late afternoon which was a perfect time of day to be in the shade of the sun for most of the trail.