Siamese Twins Loop Trail

EASY 26 reviews
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Siamese Twins Loop Trail is a 0.6 mile moderately trafficked loop 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.

0.6 miles 120 feet Loop

dogs on leash

kid friendly

hiking

rock climbing

trail running

walking

horseback riding

views

wild flowers

rocky

hiking
11 days ago

Short and easy, an interesting place to take a picture of Pikes Peak

2 months ago

super easy and super beautiful!

2 months ago

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walking
3 months ago

my son loved this trail and he's only 3, I would definitely return here.

walking
3 months ago

love the view!

hiking
4 months ago

Decent trail. Limited parking. Worth the hike. Nice views.

4 months ago

Beautiful scenery. just alot of people. go early.

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1 year ago

Easy hike. Nice views and good for kids. Only 3 stars because i need something longer.

cross country skiing
1 year ago

Great views

hiking
2 years ago

I hiked this trail with my sister on a very hot day. The rocks were fun to navigate, and there are some interesting large rock formations to check out. The trail also appears to be utilized by horseback riders on tours. Note: this trail does not have very much shade, so water and sunscreen are musts in summer.

hiking
3 years ago

Fun, easy trail, but very crowded. Too many people for my tastes. Watch for rattlers also.

hiking
3 years ago

Fun little trail, but when I went there were tons of people climbing all over rocks taking pictures. I guess just a touristy as other parts of GOGs

hiking
3 years ago

Fun trail especially for active boys. We had a lot of fun hiking the trail and then climbing the rocks.

hiking
3 years ago

Nice little trail takes you up to the Siamese Twins formation of Garden of the Gods. Offers good views of the rest of the park as well as Pikes Peak.