Explore the best trails near Littleton with detailed reviews, photos, trail maps, and driving directions curated by hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.
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Location is nice, close to Denver, and the red rock formations are beautiful. This hike has a false summit that could be a great turn around location if you're feeling done. I've hiked here in summer and winter -- details and recommendations found here: https://goo.gl/QCFwh9
There are many different ways to go, so having this/a map is a good idea. Elevation is not too bad, if you want to make this hike 3-15 miles long, it's for everyone. A bit hard for mountain biking for my liking, might have to walk the bike a bit, yet I'm a beginner. Saw 2 rangers so keep your dog on a leash. Nice views of the city and beyond. Barely any shade, would recommend in spring or fall. No water access. Bathrooms at trail head.
A nice wide, well maintained trail that we had no issues taking a baby jogger stroller on. Beautiful rock formations. Much is not shaded so I recommend going early in the day or go on a cool day and remember a hat and sunscreen so you can really enjoy it to the fullest.