Bluffs Regional Park Trail

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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 April until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

DISTANCE
2.8 miles
ELEVATION GAIN
367 feet
ROUTE TYPE
Loop

dogs on leash

kid friendly

birding

hiking

horseback riding

mountain biking

trail running

walking

views

wild flowers

wildlife

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.

hiking
4 days ago

Hike this trail once a week. Easy walk from home to trailhead. Not crowded weekday mid-mornings, but extensively used on weekends. Moderate uphill segments that get the heart pumping. Beautiful front range views. Wonderful urban trail resource.

hiking
9 days ago

Nice surprise to have 9 varieties of flowers blooming at this end of season date. Today we saw 3 deer, one little snake, and one horse. Lots of friendly people and dogs :)

hiking
9 days ago

It's a great short hike in the city, perfect for an after-work hike or early morning. I've done it many times, mostly due to location convenience. Easy, moderately trafficked, but you can get the work in!

14 days ago

Beautiful night

walking
15 days ago

Nice little 3 mile loop with great mountain views

18 days ago

Checked out this local trail back in May while visiting family. Have to say I wish our local park had great views like this. Not many people when we went and only 1-2 bikers. Mountains still had snow cap on them as well at the time. Kids 7 & 4 enjoyed the trail and bench at the top.

1 month ago

It’s a great spot close to Lincoln Ave in Lone Tree. The view at the top where bench is located gives a panoramic view of the DTC and downtown Denver. This hike is well marked and has many wide areas. Watch out for the mountain bikers as they come down some of the inclines. It would be best to do this trail in the morning during the summer as there is minimal shade.

1 month ago

A nice easy/moderate hike that got my heart rate up reasonably well. Did most of the loop and encountered < 10 people @ 9AM on a Saturday

1 month ago

if you enjoy urban sprawl and garbage throughout a park, and of course high speed bikes whizzing by, then this is the place to go! oh and lots of green poop sacks throughout park since no one really manages it. Also a ton of recent heavy equipment tier tracks on north side between idiot developer's neighborhood in flood plain the County loves to RIP up annually protecting homes built in natural wash area. Years ago, this was a nice park, now, just an area that collects urban trash during wind storms full of yuppies discussing their latest stock trades.....AVOID AT ALL COSTS IF YOU WANT A PLACE TO RELAX...

walking
2 months ago

Amazing trail if you are in need of getting your heart rate up. It’s mostly uphill all the way around, and the view is beautiful of the mountains and city. Dog friendly and you may even see some horses! Making it to the top is well worth it!

2 months ago

Great spot to train, or just jog/walk or bike. Its quiet and well maintained.

hiking
2 months ago

The hike is outstanding. Some elevation but the trail is well marked and provides some pretty awesome views of Denver and the surrounding suburbs.

hiking
2 months ago

Nice walk. Would be nice if people would actually throw away their dog poop bags though. They were all along the trail. If you bring your pooch please be courteous to others and their dogs by packing out. There are also 5 or so trash cans along the trail for your poo-leaving convenience.

Was a beautiful Father’s Day outing!

3 months ago

Great walk. The amount of elevation could be challenging to quite a few - I'd rate a harder Easy.

3 months ago

Nice trail run, amazing views!

3 months ago

Great inclines, amazing view

hiking
3 months ago

Very safe and clean trail!

3 months ago

this hike does have a decent incline but it is absolutely beautiful! no shade so bring a hat and lots of water.

3 months ago

Perfect for an afternoon hike with the kiddos.

4 months ago

Great sunset views, we always see deer and well kept trail. I live very close and I can walk to the trail from my house so we do it a good bit. just wanna watch out for horse poop.

hiking
4 months ago

Its not a trail, its a groomed path in some cases within feet of homes. Kind of disappointing that I had to step off the 8 foot wide trail for people jogging 4 across. Still a good walk though- saved me some couch time at the hotel...

A fun and easy walk with wonderful views of Downtown and Littleton. Love this hike!

4 months ago

We loved the views. It is an easier hike than some of the other “easy” trails we’ve done in our early days in CO.

4 months ago

Excellent views and perfect for a quick hike.

4 months ago

Was a great little hike. Nice to get away and spend some time alone with God and read my Bible. Glad I made the choice of going out.

5 months ago

Perfect for an in town hike/stroll.

5 months ago

This trail is perfect for what it is - a short leisurely walk with some nice views close to south Denver. We love to hit this after work with the dogs to catch a sunset (pictures uploaded of some of the better ones). Obviously can't compare to real mountain hikes, but when you don't have the time to drive an hour into the mountains (or don't want to deal with the traffic) it's a great easy local option.

hiking
5 months ago

I have slowly fallen in love with this place over the last 9 months or so. It's a great little walk and has some incredible panoramic views of the mountains.

walking
6 months ago

Decent trail for walking close to the south side of Denver metro. Even if it was a sunny day, it got quite windy out there and felt the cold.

Would recommend taking a short detour walks to the outlook points - which will give you a panorama of front range mountains, Denver downtown and nearby areas.

We saw two herds (3 and 4) of mule deers while on the trail.

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