Raleigh Peak is a 7 mile out and back trail located near Conifer, Colorado and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and mountain biking and is accessible from April until November.
The best way to get to the trailhead is via hwy 285 and foxton rd just past conifer. You can use this address 2706 N Platte River Rd, Pike National Forest, Sedalia, CO 80135. But don't take I25, it doesn't drop you off close to the right parking lot. You will go over a bridge with an old south platte hotel boarded up and then you're close. The road turns to dirt. To get to Raleigh peak you have to get off trail, there's an old quarry road that was covered with old burnt trees that I think the rain moved over the road, if you don't get onto this road from the Colorado trail, you will miss the peak and end up continuing on the Colorado trail. Please try and Google other options to read others experience with this trail for more detailed instructions. Although we didn't summit, it's an awesome trail, but hot (there's not much tree shade) start early. I can't wait to go back and finish the summit