Gorgeous trail! Lots of tree coverage compared to most hikes in the area. Take a camelbak! We were thirsty even with one. The pups were pooped but it was a good time. Plenty of shade to rest in.

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rocky
scramble
1 day ago

This trail was absolutely amazing! We will definitely be doing this again. Good for all ages fairly simple but kind of long. Lots of shade and nice cutoffs to the river.

Very awesome hike to the top. Difficult for sure. Lots of steep parts. I’m not from CO so the elevation sickness hit me a little. There’s a lot of parts that don’t have shade so be prepared to bring sunblock and/or rain gear. Lots of parts on the trail that is loose rock. The parking lot at the trailhead is big but was very packed today. We had to park about 1/4 mile before Helen Hunt Falls trailhead and make the hike up to the top. The views were amazing and worth the hike.

We were lucky to find parking at 8:30 on a beautiful Saturday—an early-riser pulled out. Definitely agree with recommendations for a counter-clockwise hike: the steep trail and loose rocks are much easier uphill and less chance of an injury or fall. CCW puts the gradual and solid surface on the downhill side. Either way a beautiful hike.

Awesome trail! I went with my mom and brother and loved it! My mom has knee and hip problems but loved the hike!

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rocky
2 days ago

Love this trail - amazing views!!

rocky
2 days ago

Arrived around 10 am on a Saturday intending to hike Seven Bridges but the lot was slammed. So we drove back down the mountain and decided to do this trail without knowing anything about it. Happy we did! A great hike with a fair amount of incline hiking and decline hiking. We didn't start or finish the trail where the map indicates but still managed to get in 7ish miles total. We took a lunch break at the Helen Hunt Falls which was a great place for a break. I would highly recommend poles for the declines, a lot of the rock is very slick. We encountered a few mountain bikers but they were very good about being heard before they were seen. A bit of road noise at the beginning and end of the trail but the middle was quiet with some nice views.

Kineo mountain via 7 bridges up and 667 to 776 down.

I enjoyed the options and the adventure; however, the trail app is an asset because trails are not marked.

hiking
2 days ago

This is an absolutely gorgeous trail. Not overly hard but there are some rocky areas. Scenery is gorgeous. Parking is definitely a problem.

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bugs
rocky
scramble
2 days ago

Awesome trail! Felt very accomplished doing this one! Like others said, it gets difficult after the bridges, and is an open mountain side for a bit where it can get hot. Once you’re back in the trees though it’s not bad and the cabin is soon after! Will definitely do again. There were a lot of flies at the cabin which was odd but still great!

Great 9 mile loop! I recommend going clockwise so you get Mt. Kineo our of the way earlier as the incline up to it is quite steep. A lot of the trail is not well marked. After the first unshaded half mile on the main road, there’s an unmarked trail to the right that you will take. If you see the sign for the North Cheyenne Creek - you missed it. Tons and tons of loose gravel once you get through seven bridges. Follow 622 and turn right when the trail splits in the birch forest. Once you see some signage for other trails, Mt. Kineo is between the trail you were on and trail 667 on the right. Once you come back down, take 667 to 776 and you’ll make it back to the entry point! Downloading the map helped immensely. Oh also, lots of unshaded areas throughout the trail, pack sunscreen!!

After reading the reviews and speaking with locals, we stayed on the north side of the trail. Not a great deal of restroom opportunities along the part of the trail we experienced. But, nice smooth trail for a road bike.

Great family trail

Limited (however descent parking) fairly busy even on week day. soso views, lot of shade. lot of loose ground. it will give you a little work out.

Definitely a nice 2nd cool down trail along stream and small waterfall. Nice little hike and views.

This is my favorite trail to run on.

Went Monday 6/29 in the evening, the first part through seven falls was a bit busy but it clears out once you turn onto the trail. You get to walk by a creek for a large portion of the beginning. Definitely a work out, bring water. Id recommend your boots for this one too. Plenty of great views at the top, we brought a hammock though and didn’t find too many good spots. Summit was chilly, shoulda brought a jacket! We watched sunset at the peak though and were able to make it back down before it got too dark. Our dog had a great time too!

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bugs
rocky
5 days ago

Pretty nice trail. Shaded,very beautiful. We didn’t finish the hike towards the peak the gravel was too loose and the trail sort of faded as it got steeper. I didn’t feel too comfortable continuing so we turned around.

hiking
5 days ago

The first 2 or so miles going counter-clockwise were as hard as the reviews said, but it made the views at the top that much more rewarding. Was able to find a spot at the trailhead around 8:30 on a Sunday without issue.

Incredible views for not a whole lot of effort! Kineo sits in the middle of a valley and offers a 360-degree panorama of the city below, and the mountains around. The seven bridges bit was a bit crowded both ways, so if you are Corona anxious, be advised. It cleared up significantly past the last bridge and only saw a a pair of hikers and a dad with his kids. Just past the last bridge is a loose-dirt section that obviously sees some land slide action. I would beware if it has been raining substantially before heading on this trail. Getting to the top had a couple of steep bits, the toughest of which was the final ascent when you turn off the marked, numbered trail to the Kineo trail— beware, it’s easy to miss! Overall a great hike with wonderful rewarding views at the top. If you’re not a couch potato, you can handle it easily!

Great hike. Start early if you can! Bring plenty of water!

hiking
5 days ago

Trailhead parking did not have sign showing which way is 7 Bridge Trail. It is the trail opposite the entrance of parking lot. Hiked on unsheltered sandy wide road for about 0.7 mi till see the sign 622. On your right. Take that trail and you will come to the North Cheyenne Creek Trail. Follow that, cross first bridge, then turn left at top of stairs and you will come to second bridge. The 3rd bridge you just keep going up on the trail with the creek to your right. Beautiful hike. Turned around before the 3rd bridge. Not too many people as we went after 2pm.

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rocky
6 days ago

A challenging hike on the way up but very rewarding on the way down. I got started hiking at 9:30 am and the temp was already in the 80’s. Not too many people on the trail, but the parking lot was full. A good portion of this hike is shaded by the trees. The view up top is perfect for a little snack break! It took about 3 hours 15 minutes including a half hour break up top.

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