Explore the most popular hiking trails near Broomfield with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

Good trail run

Love, Love bringing my dog here

Good daily morning hike

25 days ago

Nice easy 20 minute loop. Pretty clean.

Not a bad little stroll. Easy walk and connects to many of the other trails in the area. It’s great for a dog walk or just to get out for some fresh air without a substantial hike. Saw a coyote on the trail in the morning. Make sure you read the signs on what to do if you encounter one.

walking
1 month ago

The paths leading to the trail (as of today) are slightly flooded. There is a spot to cross the water with logs but otherwise you have to puddle jump. If you try to bring your dog, you're gonna have a gross dog afterward.

walking
1 month ago

Lots of dog and horse poop on the trail. Very nice lake with lots of birds

walking
2 months ago

It is very beautiful, highly trafficked. I prefer more solitude.

Good for seeing ducks and other birds. Nice view view of the mountains.

walking
3 months ago

Great for a quick 1 mile trail. PortaPotty, benches, dog waste stations, dock to see water/ ducks, birds and saw a dad fishing with his kids. Easy fir dogs and kids.

What a fabulous trail. Water, nature, Mountain View’s, mixed terrain and other people here and there. It was a fabulous 4 mike hike (3 times around) ...sunny and blue skies in February

Nice trail where dogs can be off-leash. There were a lot of dogs towards the entrance but you eventually get a decent amount of space to yourself while walking in the trail. Beautiful views!! Easy walk, so peaceful.

I WALK this trail all the time with my dog - and have ridden part of it

I have ridden my bike on this trail dozens of times and love it!

good walkabout. dogs abound. lots of bikes. awesome bmx park/trail adjacent. nice
scenery.

trail running
6 months ago

Really enjoyed this trail. I’m always looking for new places to run that offer great scenery. This if a wide crushed rock trail with a number of transitions in grade. The trail as shown in the map from the trail head to S 112th St is just over 1.5 miles one way. It was great to get in a 5k, out and back. Enjoy.

We go all the time with our dog. Love everything about it minus the parking (not always enough) and crowds unless you go at off times. Beautiful place and you can see farm animals :)

Kinda barren and close to busy roads but a decent place to relax during lunch break.

Kinda barren and close to busy roads but a decent place to relax during lunch break.

trail running
7 months ago

This is one of my favorite places for a longer run. The scenery changes a lot along the way keeping it interesting.

Pretty lake. Too easy of a trail.

Easy family stroll

walking
9 months ago

It was a great scenic trail, a little windy on the day I went with my dog. A great experience though. Very easy all skill levels appropriate.

walking
9 months ago

could use more restrooms for hikers.

walking
10 months ago

Nice easy trail to get some nature in the middle of the suburbs

It's a pretty spot to fish and walk the trail. We come here often. There are usually a few people here however it is calm and enjoyable. Beautiful sunsets!

Easy trail that is also great for horseback riding around.

good place for dogs

trail running
11 months ago

This trail ran directly behind my old house near Standley Lake and I used to hike it all the time. It's not really a "hike" more of just a walk in the park type trail running behind houses, schools, and some open spaces.

walking
11 months ago

I take my dog here in the fall and spring, it's a great and easy trail. I don't come during the summer because there is hardly any shade at all for most of the trail. The lake is beautiful and there's a cute little farm just off the trail.

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