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    Tony Diaz reviewed Ron Coleman Trail

    4 months ago

    Great hike, definitely hard. This is our first time in this trail and we went up to Mounmoth following the trail. We saw varios groups going up through the middle. We came back down the middle and I will not recommend going up that way since the rocks are way too loose. Plus the view using the trail is breathtaking.
    Hiking boots and water is a must. Some areas don’t seem bad, but some areas you are literally crawling/climbing up.
    Great hike with awesome views. Next time we will do the whole trail to McKelligon Canyon.

    Tony Diaz added Ron Coleman Trail

    4 months ago

    Tony Diaz completed Ron Coleman Trail

    4 months ago

    Tony Diaz saved Ron Coleman Trail

    4 months ago

    Tony Diaz added El Paso Tin Mines Trail

    about 1 year ago

    Tony Diaz completed El Paso Tin Mines Trail

    about 1 year ago

    Tony Diaz saved Mundys Gap Overlook

    about 1 year ago

    Tony Diaz reviewed Sierra Del Cristo Rey

    about 1 year ago

    This is our first hike in El Paso area. Very comfortable and well maintain Trail that is not hard. Although going up can be challenging for some. We had a great group (all adults) and we really enjoy the Trail all the way up to Cristo Rey monument.
    Views are excellent from all areas (bring camera), specially at the top where you can see Juarez. We arrive early on a Saturday and started the trail around 0900ish, and not many people on the trail. Few more cars and people where there when we came back down, but nothing too busy. Definitely a good Trail to run, hike, bike or even hike with some weight/gear. Great trail to bring visitors and show the TX-NM-México borders.
    Some Websites have warnings on not to come alone, call the dispatch (number in the gravel parking lot) to notify them of the people and cars in your group and also be aware of vandalism, robberies and assaults. I do recommend call the number and notify them of your group. Personally we all can get robbed anywhere and be victim of vandalism so in my opinion don't leave valuable in your car, be aware of your surroundings and ENJOY a nice trail with great views.

    Tony Diaz reviewed Sierra Del Cristo Rey

    about 1 year ago

    This is our first hike in El Paso area. Very comfortable and well maintain Trail that is not hard. Although going up can be challenging for some. We had a great group (all adults) and we really enjoy the Trail all the way up to Cristo Rey monument.
    Views are excellent from all areas (bring camera), specially at the top where you can see Juarez. We arrive early on a Saturday and started the trail around 0900ish, and not many people on the trail. Few more cars and people where there when we came back down, but nothing too busy. Definitely a good Trail to run, hike, bike or even hike with some weight/gear. Great trail to bring visitors and show the TX-NM-México borders.
    Some Websites have warnings on not to come alone, call the dispatch (number in the gravel parking lot) to notify them of the people and cars in your group and also be aware of vandalism, robberies and assaults. I do recommend call the number and notify them of your group. Personally we all can get robbed anywhere and be victim of vandalism so in my opinion don't leave valuable in your car, be aware of your surroundings and ENJOY a nice trail with great views.

    Tony Diaz completed Sierra Del Cristo Rey

    about 1 year ago

    Tony Diaz saved El Paso Tin Mines Trail

    about 1 year ago

    Tony Diaz added Cristo Rey Hike

    about 1 year ago

    Tony Diaz completed Pulpit Rock Park Trail

    over 1 year ago

    Tony Diaz added Half Templeton Trail

    over 1 year ago

    Tony Diaz completed Templeton Trail

    over 1 year ago

    Tony Diaz completed Barr Trail to Pikes Peak

    over 1 year ago

    Tony Diaz added Seven Bridges w Dad

    over 1 year ago

    Tony Diaz added Siamese Twins Loop Trail

    over 1 year ago

    Tony Diaz completed Siamese Twins Loop Trail

    over 1 year ago

    Tony Diaz reviewed Stanley Canyon Trail

    over 1 year ago

    Challenging trail that can be scary and dangerous at some points if you are not careful. We saw many people and a lot of dogs in this trail even with the rocky areas. Don't let this hold you down to try it, this is a great trail with beautiful views and "ends" in a nice reservoir where you can see people fishing or simply chilling in a hammock.
    Half the trail is up hill with awesome views at the beginning and great rock walls and creek views after that. Once a 1.5 mile or so up hill you will have a very nice more flat hike towards the reservoir. At the reservoir area you can chill and enjoy the day, go back the same way or go out to other trails. We went back the same way for almost 5 miles total.
    We saw families with kids, couples with dogs, young and not so young and everyone looks enjoying the hike.
    We will definitely do it again and most likely going out to other trails.

    Tony Diaz added Stanley Canyon Trail

    over 1 year ago

    Tony Diaz completed Stanley Canyon Trail

    over 1 year ago

    Tony Diaz reviewed Seven Bridges Trail

    over 1 year ago

    Parked in the dirt parking area at the end of N Cheyenne Canyon Rd and walked a little to Seven Bridges trailhead (622). Nice hike up the seven bridges with the creek all around the hike.
    We continue past the last bridge and went up to the 622A marker up until we found Jones Park trail (667). We follow it down until we cross Captain Jacks Trail. This part of 667 towards Captain Jacks have amazing views throughout the trail.
    Once in Captain Jacks we follow it down until we hit Seven Bridges Trail head again.
    Awesome hike with not many people around (started 0930), few bikers on Captain Jacks doing their thing and after 7 miles we call it a great day in Colorado Springs.
    Definitely recommend that "loop" if you want to go further Seven Bridges.

    Tony Diaz completed Seven Bridges Trail

    over 1 year ago

    Tony Diaz reviewed Palmer Trail

    over 1 year ago

    Excellent trail! A must do for all hiking lovers out there. Found the head trail easy, although parking at the trail head was full we got lucky 100 meters down the road when a vehicle was leaving. There is more parking downhill.
    We started counterclockwise and it is up and up and up. It felt like miles going up but it was exactly 1.89 miles when we got to the top.
    Awesome views coming up, so a camera-phone for those great views is a must. Coming down was nice, open and very comfortable (safe).
    Busy trail with hikers, dog and bikes. Everyone respect each other "speed" throughout the trail, moving to the side, braking and stopping the bikes coming down, etc.
    It is not an easy hike, although very nice and will give your heart a pump going up.

    Tony Diaz completed Palmer Trail (Section 16)

    over 1 year ago

    Tony Diaz reviewed Palmer Park Outer Loop Trail

    over 1 year ago

    Visit Palmer Trails for the first time and we like it. Great area to spend a nice day out hiking. The Trails are great to walk and some areas you can climb up within the trail system which give you a little challenge during the hike. The bad thing is the markers and signs throughout the Trails. Some markers were unreadable and some signs did not have the maps.
    Other than that it is a great trail system and easy to park and find.

    Tony Diaz added Palmer Park Trail

    over 1 year ago

    Tony Diaz completed Palmer Park Outer Loop Trail

    over 1 year ago

    Tony Diaz reviewed Blackmer Loop Trail

    almost 2 years ago

    Our first hike in Cheyenne Mountain State Park. We start in Talon (from parking lot) then took ZookLoop into Blackmer Loop. We took Medicine Wheel into Zook Loop to finish at 5 miles total.
    A little lonely trail in Blackmer but it was good. A great park with multiple trails to choose. We will do Cheyenne Mountain State Park again.

    Tony Diaz completed Blackmer Loop Trail

    almost 2 years ago

    Tony Diaz reviewed Cheyenne Mountain State Park Big Loop Trail

    almost 2 years ago

    Great trail system in Cheyenne Mountain State Park. Well marked and many trails to choose. My wife and I went last Sunday for the first time and we decided on Blackmer Loop after talking to one of the park employees. We started in Talon, then Zook Loop until we find Blackmer Loop. We took Medicine Wheel back to Zook Loop and end up in the parking lot by Talon. 5 miles total with moderate, well maintain and marked trails. It was a little lonely in Blackmer Loop but we enjoyed it.
    Most definitely we will be back!