Meyers Ranch is a 1.8 mile loop trail located near Morrison, Colorado that features a great forest setting 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.
dogs on leash
Pretty trails through a healthy forest. Steady 900ft climb from the meadows to the high point but spread out over a couple miles. As you'd expect, the crowds thin the further you go (and there really aren't to many people to begin with).
Only 'problem' with this park is there's no payoff for the effort - get to the top and you're still surrounded by trees unless you venture off on the 'rogue' trail to legault mountain.
Nice workout, thought I was hiking to a lookout point but never got to one, later found out you have to go off trail to find the lookout point. All in all, a nice hike just not very rewarding.
I take out of town visitors here for an easy hike amid the aspens and evergreens. It's always beautiful.
Nice trail with lots of shade. Close to highway so a fair amount of traffic noise, but pretty wildflowers and great trail for kids.
My husband and I took our mountain bikes clockwise around the loop which made it a steep walk/cycle up with a longer and slightly less technical downhill gradient. However if you prefer a more difficult downhill with more switchbacks, I'd go anti-clockwise. Overall though it was a fun reasonably short trail through some beautiful forest.
Easy day hike, not terribly memorable.