Bible Point Loop is a 2.5 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Estes Park, Colorado that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, running, and nature trips and is best used from May until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length2.5 miElevation gain577 ftRoute typeLoop
Dogs on leashkid friendlyHikingNature tripsRunningForestViewswild-flowersWildlifeHistoric site
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Adam robbins-pianka
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Walked this trail Feb 21. As others have said, the first half is good (trail up to Bible point), while the second half is just a walk, sometimes on roads, through YMCA campus. Recommend just doing the out-and-back to Bible Point instead of this loop. Wore micro spikes, but they were not necessary.

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Maddy Burke
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Hiking

Great little hike! Gorgeous view. Microspikes and trekking poles were a comfort on the steeper bits. Some snow drifts at the top but never wanted snowshoes.

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haley george
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HikingSnow

nice hike!! uphill on the front end, great views, deeper snow in some places but we were still fine without spikes/snowshoes. the last half was a walk through the ymca camp, less exciting but still nice!

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Claudia Kunis
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Hiking

The first half of the trail was marked well and very interesting. Second half was not very well marked. Lost internet connections a few times. Not a real clear loop trail but nice hike!

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Claudia Kunis
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very nice views little windy up top today some snow some ice.

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Cat Fud
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Jennifer Carlos
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Snowy and beautiful

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Francis Koniuszy
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Isaac Buda
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Alexander Karis
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Hiking

The trail was nice and had good views. It was snowy which made for a couple slippery spots. The way down is mostly through a populated area with a bunch of cabins and roads. That wasn’t my favorite part. It was cool to see the disc golf course and dog park there though.

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Robert Haskins
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Shannon Barnes
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Hiking

Pay attention to where the map shows you to turn when you get down by the cabins. If you keep following the orange. markers you will wind up doing a much longer trek. Not the prettiest trail I've ever been on but the views from the top are very good. Plus if you early you have it to yourself. There was quite a crowd when we left at 930am.

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Tyler Winkey
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Great trail to hike for a few hours. Best to drive into the Y and park near the Jackson Stables as that’s where the trailhead starts. Beautiful views from the top!

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Sarah Connell
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Hiking

Nice view! Hard to get to as the map on here is fairly confusing. Anyone who wants to start this should start at Jackson Stables and follow the markings rather then the map to the trail here. From there it’s a fairly steep ascent to the top and a nice long slope to loop back around. In places the trail isn’t very clear marked so be careful! Overall good views!

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Jakki Korb
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HikingGreat!Rocky

Great trail overall! Awesome views from the peak- a long gradual incline that we took lots of breaks along but very rewarding once you get to the top. Map is totally wrong but if you enter the YMCA and pull into the parking lot directly to your left, you can see a map of the trails. We thought we were doing this shorter hike when we actually ended up doing 5-6 miles following the orange trail tags.

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Erin Wheeler
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Hiking

It took us forever to find the trail. We started part way through and then lost the trail again. We walked only about .2 then had to just turn around since we couldn’t find it again

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Michelle Wright
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Hiking

Great hike and our little pug was able to make it with some help. Finding the trailhead was tough but using All Trails really helped. Lots of shade and nice to sit at the top for lunch or just to enjoy the scenery.

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Ashlea B
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Hiking

Fun trail. Good for dogs. Went off the original route slightly. The trail markers are slightly deceiving. Ended up being about 4.5 miles. Lots of people and horses.

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Christine Summeralls Gallagher
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Hiking

We had a great hike, but it ended up being 4.5 miles and 750 feet of elevation. We saw a ton of wildlife including elk and deer. The top is a beautiful view for sure! The trail does have bible verses along part of it. Trail was in great condition.

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Chayce Glienke
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We were disappointed to find that the th is closed due to Covid-19 concerns.

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Ryan Ray
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Patrick Zapien
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Jessica Eileen
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The trail was beautiful with great views, but there was to much snow the day we went so we couldn't go all the way around. This was a great alternative to Estes that we could take our dogs to.

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David Dornbrack
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Much nicer as a loop trail. I actually hiked this at night. The loop shown starts and ends near the main YMCA registration building. Wonderful bible quotes on signs on the way up traveling counter clockwise.

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Classified Noneoffyourbusiness
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Shawn Thompson
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haley george
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