Parmalee Trail Loop is a 3.1 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Morrison, Colorado and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and mountain biking and is best used from May until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Great hike on a beautiful 70 degree March Colorado Day!
Beautiful trail and saw deer, an easy to trail to hike with my kids. However, as others have noted it's popular and therefore crowded. We were there on a weekday and there were still a fair amount of people and bikers.
Good for a relaxing Hike or Jog. Nice scenic views. Spotted some deer.
Lovely scenery with lots of wildlife! Hike was nice and easy!
The Parmalee loop is a very popular hike in the Mount Falcon area, boasting moderate elevation change and diverse scenery. Excellent bird's eye views of the 285 canyon make this a must hike trail for most skill levels. The trail heads are located near the restrooms at the west parking lot and about the middle of the Meadows trail. A majority of the wildlife congregates in the western portion of the trail. You are likely to come across entire herds of deer that seem not to be concerned with the presence of people.
For a video overview of the trail please visit my YouTube channel OneSunChaser
and select the trail from the Mount Falcon playlist.
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Beautiful and easy hike. It is not well marked in a couple areas but you should have cell service to find your way.