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Osborn Homestead Trail is a 3.3 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Divide, Colorado that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and trail running and is best used from September until November.

Length 3.3 mi Elevation gain 387 ft Route type Loop

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No dogs

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Getting There

Note: Dogs are NOT allowed on trails within Muller State Park. Please check with the park page for more information.

Colorado Tourism Office, 1625 Broadway, Suite 1700 , Denver, CO, 80202, Phone: 800-COLORADO

Directions from Visitor Center: Travel north on Wapiti Road from the visitor center. Park in the Camper Services parking area and walk through the group campground to the trailhead. Follow Werley Ranch Trail to the spur for Osborn Homestead Trail.

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Russell Howell
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The best part of this hike is the back loop through the Osborn homestead. You can check out their old property including their cabin (do not enter it). You begin at the Black Bear Trailhead. Download the map. It will help.

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Meghan Taylor
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SO SO beautiful. Lots of open spaces and full of marshlands. Not very shaded and mostly uphill so keep that in mind but an easy trail of you are in shape.

Kayla B.
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PSA: there are NO trails within Mueller State Park that allow dogs. We went yesterday specifically to hike this trail with our pup, as it was one of the only ones at this park on AllTrails I could find that would allow her. Received a notice at the entrance about dog prohibition within the park. Asked the lady at the visitors’ center and she said “that is old information. We trialed a couple trails with on-leash rules, but many people let their dogs off leash and didn’t clean up after them, so now we do not allow dogs anywhere but on roadways, picnic areas and campgrounds. No dogs are allowed on any trails.” Such a bummer for those of us that follow leash and pick up laws

Scott Wilkins
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I considered this easy rather than moderate. It's tougher with snow. Some grades, wooded and rocky. Mostly open and flat. Very cold in winter when windy.

Kjersten Blair
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Seth Villa
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Collin Spears
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Richard Prager
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Kim Fish
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Carrie DeValk
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Derek Brost
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