Rawhide Wrangler Trail is a 4.6 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Golden, CO that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, horses, and mountain biking and is accessible from May until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Perfect combination of views,shady areas, stream, wildlife and difficulty. Great workout. Under 5.5 miles.
Well shaded, pretty views, steady hike instead of a steep climb, long enough to get sore. Overall perfect for some Sunday morning exercise!
Fun trail for Mtn but the NE section gets super technical. I had to walk my bike for a little bit and saw other bikers doing the same. Be prepared to climb some hills too, so this is a good leg workout.
Beauty everywhere. Was just a little bit difficult for me. I'm definitely going to be sore tomorrow. Tons of flowers and not very much traffic.
Well-shaded, relatively easy hike with some nice views. I did the Rawhide Trail Loop, and have to say that the experience is a little more serene for one half of the trail, than it is for the other - If you start the loop by going to the left, the trail is essentially just a dirt road, but becomes more wooded as you progress. I did it on a Sunday afternoon and there were relatively few people on the trail.
Beautiful trail, rolling hills. Our records said 5.2 for the hike! Great morning.
Beautiful and close trail
Easy to moderate hike with beautiful long and close views. Lots of black Alberts squirrels.
Beautiful scenery and lots of wild flowers.
Beautiful hike, I wandered along this trail and others in the park. I love that you have open fields and wooded areas, views of downtown, and beautiful flowers blooming.
Nice 5mi hike with some shade, so good for warm days.
This connects with Belcher Hill trail and goes up to a lookout point and loops back around for a total of about 8-9 miles. Nice views along the way and abundance of wildflowers. Some steep climbs making for a good workout. Did not see any mtn bikers, only hikers and not too many of those.
Fun rolling trail. The west side of the loop is more or less an unmaintained road, while the east side is much more of a real trail. I went on a sunny Thursday afternoon and there were several others enjoying the park, including a large group of moms with small children; far from busy though. I'll definitely be back to check out the trails on the south side of the park next time.
Completed this trail yesterday at six months pregnant. Wow! It was beautiful, sometimes easy sometimes very difficult. The trails are easily marked and clear. The views were beautiful. The trail we took ended up being around 4.6 miles and it took us (in pregnancy pace) around 3 hours. Which included some very breathtaking stops and a nice stop for lunch. Definetly enjoyed it and enjoyed the challange being pregnant.