Explore the most popular wildlife trails in Alderfer / Three Sisters Park with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

Great trail. The trail was dry and very scenic.

Easy hike and good for taking non-acclimated visitors!

Great hike with the kids. Easy trail

Good trails well maintained.

It is a nice easy hike. The evergreen summit was fantastic. The trails through the three sisters is good but not great.

pretty easy and relaxing trails. was muddy and icy/snowy in some spot, but regular shoes would survive just fine. the view from the top was amazing.

Nice and easy trails with lots of families and dogs. Well maintained and no ice.

Super dog friendly and beautiful trail. Incline is steady in parts and more severe in others but overall it’s not that difficult. Rewards are the view at brothers lookout.

Great hiking. No ice. Not overly crowded early.

Nice and easy trail. The overlook was pretty too. Dog friendly. A bit icy and snowy at parts, but micro spikes aren't necessary.

Scoped this trail out to potentially take family here this weekend, and will definitely be returning. The weather was perfect and the trails were clear for the most part, with little ice and manageable snow.

Fantastic / relatively easy, good for kids/ families and dogs are happy here. Comfort station at parking lot is well maintained. I did this trail on a weekday in Winter and saw very few others. If Fawn is too easy, take Ponderosa trail!

Plenty of good exercise and very few hikers once away from the three sisters formations. No real “views” or summits on this hike, so easy for all types of hikers. We did do some side-scrambling to summit the middle sister (which has some great views of the divide). It didn’t appear to have marked trails, but was fairly easy to ascend.

Great weather

High traffic park with limited parking. beautiful area with great rock croppings. I created my own path trying to get 6 miles in, which I was pleasantly surprised on how quiet and peaceful it was. Started on the west trailhead on silver Fox to sisters trail. Took a left at bearberry trail. Hooked up with mountain muhly trail and completed the 1.5 mile loop.Connected to homestead back to my truck. Great Day!

Quick hike with a great view up Brothers Lookout. Highly recommend!

Awesome place! Highly recommended.

Really nice hike. Beautiful views.

Nice trails with some amazing lookouts.

Very easy park, but close to the metro. Well kept and marked, with lots of different trails to wonder.

Nice hike. About 1 hour without stops and average pace. Good mix of elevation change.

Hiked 6.5 miles on this on a Sunday morning. Arrived at 8:30 to a 1/2 full parking lot. Get there early!

Great mixed rolling hills, short steep climbs and pretty views. Lots of trail markers to keep you on path with many options to tack on more mileage easily. Lots of polite mountain bikers. People were out on horseback, running the trails, bouldering the rocks and snacking at the peak.

I've hiked these trails 10+ times and always bring visitors here. It's really a lovely and well maintained space that's got a lot of good material to explore.


Great network of trails with a couple different access points. Saw only a couple other hikers on a Thursday in September. Did see quite a few mountain bikes though but they were all polite and courteous.

Very easy trails. Beautiful rock outcroppings.

I did Ponderosa Trail to Brothers Lookout-perfect for beginners!

Great network of well-marked and well-maintained trails ranging from easy to moderate. Good amount of shade on a sunny day. Easy drive from Denver.

Nice hike, great workout.

Relatively easy hike - great if you're looking to catch up with a friend and get a little workout in.

This is a very pretty hike near Denver. However because of that it can get very crowded. Be prepared to fight for parking. We also had a ton of bike traffic on this day. Some nice views along the way. The extra little push to Brother's Peak is worth the trip. We like the loop trail to Evergreen Mountain. It tends to be a little quieter and there are some nice views.

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