Explore the most popular Forest trails in Red Rock Canyon Open Space with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

Great hiking. Hard to follow actual hike trail and ended up doing over 4 miles but so pretty. Good challenge and beautiful scenery.

Beautiful formations, views. Even the quarry is cool to look at. Watch for mountain bikers.

What a wonderful Full Moon Harvest morning

Good easy hike, quite a few people out enjoying the open space

A great hike! Starts out at Sand Canyon then take Round up Trail to Red Rock canyon trail and back to beginning. Great views along the way.

Beautiful trail! The lake is breathtaking!!

such a fun trail for some active women who wanted to get out for the morning. I have to work later so we didnt want anything too tough or sweat-inducing. this was perfect! got active and beautiful views but still more to do the rest of the day!!

Good hike for the kids!

Great, leisurely hike! So much to see. Great views, an old quarry, and some nice valley trails too (Roundup trail)!

Easy access and a great trail. I’ve done this trail several times. High traffic, lots of runners. Everyone is very courteous. Enjoy

Fun place to just chill out in the grass by the pond, hike, or picnic.

70 Degrees

Start of trail (first 2 miles) not great, lots of walking nearby road and power lines. But once you get onto section 16 much much better the views are spectacular!!! Would recommend starting early if going to be a hot day!

Went on a Friday at noon and there wasn’t another person in sight when I arrived. Had my three dogs with me and they really enjoyed it as well.

It wasn’t overcrowded at all which is how I like it when I am hiking. Beautiful place and well kept.

This is an easy walk, great for dogs and families. Was a good warm up for heading up into the mountains for more elevation

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2 months ago

Too many people and dog crap not picked up.

I really enjoyed this hike. Great variety of surroundings and landscapes. Some parts of this trail feel like Garden of the Gods Lite with all of the cool rock structures! Just keep in mind there is VERY little tree cover. Easy/moderate difficulty.

Easy to navigate with multiple options for easy trails and some “harder” ones. Nothing too strenuous even on the hard ones. Great views throughout. Dog friendly on leash!

Busy section, but beautiful and a nice walk.

Trails were great!! We had a blast!!

Awesome views. Nice relaxing hike!!

Great horse trails. Trails that are hiker only are clearly marked. This route is not 100% horse friendly trails so you’ll have to navigate the last part. No water spouts to fill buckets but water along trails if you’re horse will drink from it.

I had a really great time! Beautiful overviews. Definitely will go again.

This place is beautiful. The hike is as hard or as easy as you want to make it as there are many trails at different levels and and you can choose how long you want to hike for. The round up trail has some of the best views of the mountains and surrounding area. We even walked all the way through to section 16 and found the hidden waterfall. Unfortunately there wasn’t much water on it at this time of year but we will try again when the snow melts next year. The Mesa path has some really cool rock formations.

We did most of this trail and then took Greenlee down. It was pretty hot in the canyon at 9am and there's not a ton of shade. Overall the trail wasn't bad it does get pretty narrow though once you're going towards the summit.

Great trail with great views. Wasn't too challenging for us New Orleanians at all.

Today was a beautiful day for a hike. We did the Mesa Trail and came back down Greenlee Trail and only encountered 6 other people so it was crowded at all.

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