Towhee Loop Trail is a 2.9 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Fort Collins, Colorado that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and birding and is best used from March until November.
Soapstone is extraordinary with over 28 square miles of wide open vistas, nearly pristine grasslands, miles of trails and world-renowned cultural resources. It is truly a place to treasure! Visit Soapstone Prairie to meet the past, enjoy the present and preserve the future. Hours are dawn to dusk Trails From the South Trailhead Trails open to horseback riding, cycling and hiking. Cheyenne Rim Trail, 11.7 miles with connection to Canyon trail and Red Mountain Open Space. Pronghorn Loop, 7.5 mile loop with connection to Plover Trail and Sand Wash Trail Plover Trail, 7 miles, closed April 1- July 15 for grassland birds, connects to Pronghorn Loop and Sandwash Trail Equestrians must use the South Trailhead, 16 horse trailer parking spots are available. If the parking lot is full, please come back another time. All trailheads have a picnic shelter, vault toilet, information kiosk and parking. Trails from the North Trailhead Trails open to cycling and hiking (no horses) Lindenmeier Overlook, 1/4 mile paved trail to pavillion with interpretive signs and seating Mahogany Trail, 5 mile "lolipop" trail with connection to Canyon Trail and Pronghorn Loop Towhee Trail, 3 mile loop hiking only, with connection to Mahogany Trail and Canyon Trail Canyon Trail, 5 mile trail on north edge of property with connection to Plover Trail and Red Mountain Open Space Sand Wash Trail, 1.5 miles connects Canyon Trail and Pronghorn Loop All trailheads have a picnic shelter, vault toilet, information kiosk and parking.