Little Beaver Creek Trail

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Comanche Peak Wilderness

Little Beaver Creek Trail is a 20.8 kilometer moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Bellvue, Colorado that features a great forest setting and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from March until November. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Distance: 20.8 km Elevation Gain: 594 m Route Type: Out & Back

dogs on leash

hiking

nature trips

snowshoeing

walking

bird watching

forest

views

hiking
icy
snow
1 month ago

Pretty view of the mummy range at the beginning of the trail. Then the trail is along the beaver creek. Current conditions- very snowy (micro spikes absolutely necessary and still lots of postholing)

hiking
muddy
10 months ago

My friend and I hiked this trail when we went camping at Jack's Gulch. There were an innumerable amount of wildflowers, a little mud, and a beautiful stream. The trail was lined with delicious wild strawberries and wet bushes that dampened our legs. Very shady and green hike. We didn't see anyone the entire time probably because of the slightly wet weather, but we enjoyed our time nonetheless. The scenery changes from forest to aspen grove to meadow were lovely surprises that changed my girlfriend's life. We love nature. Keep an eye for the cool rocks with SUPER soft moss and if you are into shrooming there are several species that line the trail. Thanks nature for a great day!

hiking
Sat May 04 2019

Went on this trail last Saturday. Started at jacks gulch going on old flowers road and looped back onto Little Beaver (7 miles logged). Minimal snow was present and the river was flowing. Only saw one other group, and also saw some bear tracks.

Sun Sep 30 2018

Great trail. Started from Jack's campground following the trail along the creek. We made it a circuit by returning on old flowers trail and road to make it a 10.6 mile trek. Lots of water for the dogs.

hiking
Sat Sep 08 2018

A really nice trail. We started from Jacks Gulch Campground and wound our way down to the junction w Fish Creek Trail, then a long steady climb up to Beaver Park. Kept dog close since it definitely looked like mountain lion country. Came back via Flowers Trail/Road. Don’t miss the monument to the B17 crew at the end of the Flowers Road before it turns to trail only. Nice remembrance to those that died in the crash. The actual plane crash is located on the Stormy Peaks trail.

hiking
Sat Jun 02 2018

Hiked in from Fish Creek TH. Great forest hike along a good year round stream. Bring the fishing pole. Condition of the trail was good. On the return met a couple of Poudre Wilderness Volunteers doing trail maintenance, but no one else. Great organization. Beaver Ponds at Beaver Park are very cool.

hiking
Mon Apr 30 2018

hiked this yesterday. Very few other people. It was really nice along the river. A few wild flowers. There was only a tree or two over the trail. easy to get over. best secret trail in pingree park.

backpacking
Thu Jun 15 2017

tried to hike it but encountered alot of downed trees so went back to fish creek trail

backpacking
Fri Mar 24 2017

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hiking
Thu Aug 29 2013

I solo hiked from Jacks Gulch campground to Beaver Park just past the Flowers trail intersect, camped and returned the next day. A nice secluded trail along the creek. Encountered a small group of cattle on trail both days. LOTS of cow pies and horse apples on trail. A few nice views along the way, plenty of shade and thick green near the creek with small groups of aspens and prairie scattered in. Rock formations towards the end to explore.

hiking
Sat Aug 10 2013

Nice trail especially if you are looking to de-stress from a rough week at work. There is a constant sound of the running creek as you are hiking this trail. It's so relaxing!! There is a lot of nature we did see a deer, many types of wildflowers, mushrooms and a squirrel. The trail is a moderate trail with a few rocks and slight climbs. This trail is used by horses frequently so watch where you step. The road to the trail is quite bumpy and needs maintained.

hiking
9 months ago

hiking
10 months ago

hiking
Sun May 26 2019

hiking
Sun May 06 2018

Sun May 29 2016