Plymouth Mountain Trail is a 6.3 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Sedalia, Colorado that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from March until November.
Good initial incline, not too busy on a Friday. Only saw a few other hikers. Shaded tree areas once you get high enough so it not blazing hot. Good views but not amazing.
It's worth the climb. I connected this with the slightly smaller and more outcropped Bill Couch mountain for great views of South Denver and the mountains.
This trail looks like a beautiful hike. Do not follow the map, it will take you into rampart range nowhere close to where it should be.
The up hill climb made this a great workout and the area was beautiful. We ran into a deer past the meadowlark turn off. We really loved the beauty of being surrounded by the trees. The trail to the Scenic View leads to a great area for bouldering and beautiful views. We took that as a great place to stop for lunch. The cloud cover made this a wonderfully comfortable hike and we even got a bit of rain which, to our kids delight, allowed us to bring out the ponchos for a bit. We took the hike counter-clockwise aroung the mountain and would go that direction again. We ran into a number of mountain bikers on the trail and more hikers on the Plymouth Creek Trail leading to the loop. Great family hike!