Singletree and Mayhoffer Trail is a 9.9 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Denver, Colorado that offers the chance to see wildlife and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, trail running, and bird watching. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length9.9 miElevation gain682 ftRoute typeLoop
Dogs on leashkid friendlyHikingBird watchingRunningViewsWildlife
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Getting There

This trail begins at Meadowlark trailhead. There is no parking at the trailhead.

Park on Depot street between 2nd and 3rd Avenues.

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Stephanie Alexandre
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HikingMuddyPrivate property

Worst “trail” ever. Incredibly boring, feels like it goes on forever, cow shit everywhere. The one star I gave is for the view of the mountains in the background.

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Damien Tyrrell
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Mountain biking

Nice rolling hills on gravel tracks with great wild flower meadows backdropped by the Flat Irons.

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Aubrey Hill
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Hiking

A lot of cyclists.. we had to move over a lot. The views are really nice and I love watching the tall grass blow in the wind. I would just prefer to do it without sharing with bikes.

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Maureen Pesavento
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HikingNo shade

Nice trail. Lots of bikers

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Jeremy Shoup
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Mountain bikingIcyMuddySnow
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Sarah Batschelett
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HikingNo shade

Walking through a cow pasture with a good view. Lots of bike traffic. Flat and easy.

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Banana K
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HikingClosedMuddy

Some of trail still close, muddy, beautiful views. Lot of open space, lots of marmot. Watched beautiful sunset

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Dawn Widen
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Hiking

Upper part of trail closed- lower section pleasant for walking - lots of bike traffic

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Chad Ward
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Running

4-1-19: Thought I’d get to do the full trail but got to 66th St and Cowdrey was closed due to muddy conditions. Remember to check the county trail website for up-to-date conditions or else your 10 mile run will be cut short.

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Jeff Wall
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Mountain bikingNo shade
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Katelin Overton
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Hiking

Wherever the directions bring you is NOT the trail head. I followed the “trail” on the map and it was a highway that brought me to closed off private property. The parking lot is the actually beginning of dry creek trail but that’s closed.

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Hen Drix
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Mountain biking

Workout opportunity! Nice and dry

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Stephanie Hingtgen
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Hiking

Started the trail off of W Coal Creek drive. It is a beautiful, flat trail with a gorgeous view of the mountains. No snow or ice and not muddy.

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George Halley
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Walking

Parking for this trailhead is hard to locate. You can park on Depot street between 2nd and 3rd avenues. This trailhead and the Meadowlark trailhead are right there. There is no parking lot.

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Matt Chavez
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Running
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Matt Chavez
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Running

Good trail was hard to find the trail head with all the construction.

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Sarah Seils
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We had difficulty finding the trail head because the coordinates didn't take us directly to the trail head. We liked the beginning where there was a nice view of the mountains and some trees. But after we passed the trees the landscape changed to be dry desert looking and the hills were too high to have a view of the mountains. We also had to walk passed someone's trashy yard that smelled bad and was full of trailers and a sad black horse stuck between the trashy area.

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Mike Nolan
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Running

I really liked this trail, as the path is clear, the hills are gentle, and the views are great. It can be a bit of an eye-opener running among cows and prairie dogs right off the trail, but once you get used to them, it's pretty cool.

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Bill Crain
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Walking
First to Review

Working in Denver a few years back and this little walk was close to my motel. A lot of birds and assorted waterfowl around.

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Josh Medley
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Running
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Jedediah Wilson
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Road biking
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Alyssa Paddock
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Hiking
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Kevin Eggleston
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Eric Holle
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Running
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kristie arend
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Nathan Russell
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