Hummingbird and Songbird Loop Trail

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Reynolds Ranch County Park

Hummingbird and Songbird Loop Trail is a 3.4 kilometer moderately trafficked loop trail located near Conifer, Colorado that features a great forest setting and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and running. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Distance: 3.4 km Elevation Gain: 147 m Route Type: Loop

dogs on leash

kid friendly

hiking

running

forest

views

hiking
2 days ago

Easy to get to and great for our 2&4 year olds, not many people. It was nice to be outside but not a breathtaking trail- you can see road traffic most of the way.

hiking
4 days ago

Recommend adding north fork trail for more mileage and some distant views of mountains. Very few people. There will be flowering cactus in about two weeks. A few hummingbirds. Heard a turkey in the morning around 9 AM.

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16 days ago

Great hike, fairly short and steep. Be aware of Poison Oak...we believe our dog got it and gave it to us, she was on leash the whole trail so it is close to where we were walking. We stepped off the trail once in a small shady patch to let another dog and hiker pass as we had water, so guessing that’s where it happened, but not 100% sure.

hiking
1 month ago

Great Trail!! Stunning views of pikes peak. Steep incline and the first .5 M of the trail. Tons of common beehive cactus everywhere. A great walk in the woods. #thegratefulhikers

hiking
1 month ago

Lovely trail!! Overall an easy to moderate trail with breathtaking views.

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muddy
snow
4 months ago

Super icy on the second half

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icy
snow
4 months ago

Nice quick hike, steep incline at very beginning but the rest is mostly downhill. A few parts are very icy, which resulted in a fall or two since I didn’t have spikes. Still worth it!

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6 months ago

I would give these trails a break. They were extremely muddy as of today. Hike North Fork and Humming Bird as an out-and-back instead. They seem to be draining better. Give the west side some time.

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rocky
snow
7 months ago

the east mountain was dry and dessert and the west mountain was kush and green. it was cool seeing such a dramatic change.

I saw some deer on the incline up. The view is spectacular! I did this trail in addition to the 4.1 miles on the other side of the road.

Lots of birds quiet. Nice mix of conifer. Some shed some open. Beautiful day!

The views from the top were spectacular! I felt like I was in the emerald city in the Wizard of Oz

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bugs
rocky
8 months ago

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over grown
9 months ago

Took the humminbird trail first from the trailhead. steep climb followed by winding switchbacks and a stroll through a lot of over growth on songbird trail. Beautiful trail though!

hiking
10 months ago

Nice trail. Moderate is perfect. Definitely some elevation gain, depending on where you start it's more up than down but the Songbird side was easy and very pretty in the valley floor. We started at the beginning of Hummingbird, which is directly across the street from the North entrance to the parking lot.

hiking
Sat Apr 06 2019

Alltrails marks this as an Easy trail, but the trail map at the park shows it as Moderate -- at least, everything other than the 0.5 miles of Songbird is Moderate. I would say the Alltrails rating is not accurate. If you enter Hummingbird from the north then you have a steep incline that goes on for a quite a while before leveling off. If you enter from the south, there are switchbacks so the incline isn't as steep but you'll be going up for much longer overall.

hiking
Thu Sep 20 2018

The scenery in mid-September is beautiful and we saw a bunch of deer once crossing over to the Hummingbird Trail. Even tho it's only 2.1 miles, the terrain on the switchback side of the Hummingbird makes for a solid afternoon. It's listed as "easy," but there are a few spots almost needing a "moderate" rating. Overall, a great trail near Conifer!

Mon Jul 09 2018

We started at Songbird, which is a small trail along the road, and then crossed the highway to hike Hummingbird. It’s a steady incline switchback for about 1.5 miles to the top. Honestly, the views along the way up might be better than the view at the very top. Coming down Hummingbird is a steady decent the remaining .4 miles back down to the road and trailhead. There is no shade during the hike and well maintained covered restrooms back at the trailhead.

Sun Jul 08 2018

Did this trail with our 6 year old and (hardy) 2.5 year old. The first few tenths of a mile is a great leg/butt workout, followed by lovely views and a more gentle slope down. Our big kid did the whole thing without complaining. Little sis hiked most of it on her own with some breaks on dad’s shoulders. Lots of butterflies!

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Wed Jan 31 2018

Really nice trail. We parked on the east end and began the trail across the road hiking up hummingbird trail. This leads you into an immediate incline for about a mile up to the top of the trail. I liked this direction because it allowed for great views mid way and a nice decent down into songbird trail. This is a nice way to end the trail with ease and light meandering through the flat meadow along a small stream. Here there are picnic tables and lots of shade. Clean, maintained trails and park. Little to no traffic for a Fall Saturday.

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Sun Nov 05 2017

Had very nice scenery overlooking the mountains on Hummingbird side which made it all worth it... Song bird side not so much. There was hardly anyone there on a Saturday around 10am.

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Thu Oct 12 2017

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