Sugarloaf Mountain Trail is a 1.4 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Boulder, CO that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible from May until November. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Great trail for a shorter hike with amazing views.
Very easy trail and the views are incredible. Great place to watch the sunset! On the way down we saw a moose!
While I loved this trail, it was pretty hard to get up with kids. The views were amazing but you had to stop to enjoy them due to the incline being so tough to climb.
Easy, quick, and great bang for your buck. Awesome views of RMNP and the Flatirons. Great way to escape the crowds at the Flatirons but stay local to Boulder. Busy trail, but go at sunset!!
2 trail was a fun trail to break in new four runner was a lot of fun a few really cool camping sites that I would return to! It was beautiful !
I loved this hike!!! I am curious about the fenced in area at the top. What is going on there?
Short, easy hike with great views at the top
Go during sunrise! So awesome!
Rocky trail, but worth it!
Very rocky with loose rocks and kinda steep all the way up, but short hike. Beautiful views at top.
Just beautiful. Very short hike. It the views are breathtaking.
Pleasant hike with enjoyable scenery. Made for a great Easter morning hike.
Awesome! Totally quiet on a March morning. Just a little snow towards the top because it has been so warm lately. Awesome views. Could see everything from Boulder to Eldora.
Amazing hike. Went to day, wore my ice trekkers and needed them in just spots but still some deep snow. Wasn't crowded and you cannot beat the views from the top. 360 and amazing
Easy incline trail with moderate exposure above the trees. Hard packed snow but no ice. No wind, sunny and 40 degrees made for a great winter hike with easily obtainable views. Great for dogs too.
Easy, quick trail, but not especially exciting views. The trail is well-marked and maintained, but a little boring.