Looking for a great trail near Divide, Colorado? AllTrails has 27 great hiking trails, trail running trails, mountain biking trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. If you're looking for the best trails around Castlewood Canyon State Park or Ute Valley Park, we've got you covered. Ready for some activity? There are 13 moderate trails in Divide ranging from 1 to 8.2 miles and from 9,169 to 10,800 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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icy
snow
17 hours ago

Beautiful trail! Easily one of my favorites! Definitely needed our micro spikes today because of snow and ice, but it was a beautiful hike!!

hiking
1 day ago

Easy and short trail from TH so I usually hike here after Christmas or January/ February time with snowshoes from winter gate. Still one of my favorite winter trails.. First time I hiked this trail not using Snowshoes...

hiking
icy
snow
2 days ago

11/10/2019 - Starts off to the right of an old mine shaft. The beginning part had a moderate incline. Once you reach the top and the different trails are going in various directions it evens out. It was very cold in the shade of the trees; about 90% of the trail was covered in snow, and ice in the sunny areas where snow had melted. You could get by in hiking boots, but it helped that we had yaktraks on too. We went a little off trail to a hill on the right that was less than 1/4 mile before you hit the Pancake rocks trail. We found a boulder on the edge that provided us an amazing view of the mountains as far as the eye could see. It was a fun trail!

Just did this November 7th and did not foresee the amount of deep snow I encountered..........I know, snow in November in Colorado, crazy, NOT!....I paid for it. With knee high snow most of the way up the first open area once I got through the trees, 40mph wind in 20degree temps, I was smoked by devils playground! I ended up going left of the trail and skirting the ridge line to avoid the deep snow drifts. I was the only one on this trail the entire way. I’m glad I brought a full kit because the way back down took longer than expected because of the snow, and my phone died at .5 miles from the summit. Micro spikes were a must and I would not advise testing this hike in the snow unless you know what you’re doing, are acclimated, and in good shape. But it was a epic adventure and I loved it!!!! I took my time and was very cautious with my footing........took six hrs to summit and 4.5 to get down due to the conditions.

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icy
muddy
snow
5 days ago

This trail is amazing! Even though there were sections of ice, mud, and snow, it was so worth it! The view at the top is incredible.

hiking
muddy
off trail
snow
7 days ago

Many parts of the trail were nice, but in some places it was almost impossible to find the trail with all the snow. I'm thinking the AllTrails map is wrong for this one because trying to follow it got me totally stuck and off the trail.

hiking
icy
muddy
snow
7 days ago

This is beautiful hike. The trail is easy to follow. There are quite a few sections with ice. I used microspikes and had no problem at all. This is one of my favorite hikes in the area.

Great trail and hike on our way to Pikes Peak from the Craggs.

Will be coming back to this, but will probably park at the bottom and hike up to the trailhead instead. Roads are pretty snowy and slick. My AWD CRV got stuck yesterday before I could even get in the hike. Just got my car back tonight at 7 (a day later). Trailhead is very snowed in and ice is under the snow. My boyfriends 4WD lifted jeep even had a pretty hard time going through it.

hiking
muddy
snow
12 days ago

Severely underwhelmed by this trail, which is sad for my first visit to this CO state park :( I could see this being a child friendly option or a good (very) beginner mountain bike / horseback riding trail… even potentially cross country skiing... but hiking in CO, this is not where it’s at (OK OK maybe if the aspens were changing 3.5 stars). I added Grouse Mountain overlook in the very beginning (I went clockwise) and wish I would have saved that view for the end (definitely the highlight of the outing). As of now, the back campgrounds are closed. If you venture out to the Grouse Mountain TH you will need to park at the (I believe) Black Bear TH and walk. Hard packed snow or snow just a couple of inches high, water proof shoes would be a plus. Definitely no need for spikes or snowshoes.

hiking
snow
14 days ago

pretty trail but had to turn around 1/3 through the loop due to heavy deep snow

Beautiful trail! The snow added a bit of a challenge at times but so worth it. Definitely want to do this one again.

hiking
off trail
snow
20 days ago

We were super bummed when we couldn’t find the trail through the snow. We followed other people’s tracks for about an hour and a half, and then the footprints started to dwindle. It seemed that others were lost too. We eventually ran other hikers, and they had no idea where the trail was either. Throughout the trail, we saw quite a few very large bear tracks and when they started becoming more frequent, we just turned around.

beautiful views. Poles a must with all of the snow. plenty of parking

Great hike! The trail was all snow, and so I’d expect this weekend was the last opportunity to hike it before spring. A moderate hike, which our friends visiting for the weekend were able to do.

5 stars for scenery and what-not. Can't say I really enjoyed this hike. Broke trail almost the entire way up. Trail was a little tricky to find in spots since it hadn't been travelled since a foot of snow fell a few days ago. Post-holing quite a bit after hitting treeline. Post-holing while doing the rock scramble on the final stretch. Brutal. Was hoping for the shuttle back to Devil's Playground, but it was done for the season. Managed to hitch a ride, which you wouldn't be able to if the road was closed. Another guy on the trail said their website advertised the shuttle as running through Oct 31. Doublecheck before counting on it running. I'd recommend against being the first one to break trail after snowfall. Also, the sign indicating trail 664A is more like a half mile from trailhead, not 0.1 mile like the description says.. After I'd gone a quarter mile and hadn't seen it, I did some backtracking and wasted time and energy. Long day.

hiking
snow
27 days ago

hiking
28 days ago

Not much here, to be honest. Some decent views of Pikes peak. We were staying at the park and looking for a short hike. It fit the bill just fine, but nothing real spectacular.

hiking
1 month ago

A great trail for a beautiful view at the end, is not a very difficult trail but long plenty of shade on the way and a creek flows nearby adding to the beauty

This is a nice little jaunt up a peaceful and beautiful little mountain. There is a scenic wide-open meadow perhaps a little bit before the half-way point. The final portion of the trail is somewhat demanding, but nothing too taxing. Great views at the end.

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