Siamese Twins Loop Trail is a 0.6 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Colorado Springs, Colorado that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
This is an easy trail with amazing mountain views, our boys ages 6, 11, 14 & 16 loved it!
Great. Easy for the kids and dogs.
Beautiful trail. has some great views. Though this is an easy trail more for walking then hiking.
One of our favorite hikes in the area so far. Great for kids. The rocks and view at the top are incredible! Just beware of horse poop on the way down.
Fun views, easy hike, great for kids.
This view is the best in all of the Garden of the Gods! Perfect view of an amazing rock formation and pikes peak in the background! This is a must see when you go to Garden of the Gods and Great photo opportunities of the area.
This was a very long hike but it was fun
This is a very easy hike. The initial ascent from the small main parking lot is a little steep in parts but not bad. Once you get up to the Siamese Twins there is a magnificent view. Be mindful of the trail you follow, for some reason we hike along and end up on the west side of the parking lot and have to take another trail down, not a big deal but if you don't know the trail you might panic. It's a small area so easy to find your way around. Great quick hike, no more than an hour if staying in this trail area. The only downside is that it seems like in the past few years Garden of the Gods park trails are not well maintained and they see horrific foot traffic with the enormous amount of tourists that come through this area. I steer clear of the park in the summer. I only visit in the spring/fall and off times to avoid the throngs of tourists.
This is a super cute easy and short hike. I think we did it in 20 minutes with our dog, while stopping to take photos. Loved the rock formations.
Short and easy, an interesting place to take a picture of Pikes Peak