Bluffs Regional Park Trail is a 2.8 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Lone Tree, Colorado that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from January until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Great views of the Colorado Front Range mountains, the Denver metro area, and grassland vegetation and wildlife. Soft surface trail is easy with some short, steep sections (8% grade). Fairly heavy traffic. Open sunrise to sunset.
It's a great trail for a rigorous walk, biking and trail running. There were no trees giving no relief from the sun for myself, kid and dog. That was the only downside of this trail. They had one bathroom that was out of order and also no dog waste stations. Luckily my dog was wearing her pac so I didn't have to carry the poopie bags for 2 miles. Bring plenty of water for yourself and your dogs. There are no filling stations either.
Great views of the range. Lots of people though.
Beautiful views as far as you can see! Some great hills to get your heart rate up.
Surprisingly scenic for an easy hike. A great way to see the entire South Metro with a wide array of panoramic views.
One of my favorites place to get a good cardio walking up and down the hills while enjoying the beautiful panorama scene of Colorado
Good loop trail. However I will not call it easy. It is moderate loop trail 3 miles long with climbing hill up and down.
Great trail for quick walks and jogs but not long enough for a hike.