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

hiking
icy
muddy
snow
22 hours ago

Nomad trail is closed for season

hiking
icy
snow
4 days ago

walking
muddy
6 days ago

The trail had a mostly snow and ice with a few patches of mud. Would definitely recommend micro-spikes it made it so much easier! Very pretty view, especially if you decide to climb horsetooth rock. There is a $9 fee to park.

hiking
snow
9 days ago

hiking
snow
11 days ago

Nice trail to hit near Fort Collins after work or for an easy day hike. Definitely easy enough for a beginner or if you enjoy trail running. There was lots of snow on the trail, but easy to navigate without any spikes. Appreciate the restroom midway which is decently clean.

running
icy
snow
13 days ago

Fresh snow, severe single track, some post hoping. Makes for a great power run.

Hiked on 2/9. Some fresh snow, but mostly packed, snowshoes not needed, I wore micro spikes. I planned to hike Soderberg, W, to horsetooth rock, but spring creek was closed at merger with Soderberg due to nesting. Nice very quiet hike as it was a cold snowy day

hiking
muddy
snow
15 days ago

on River Ponds Trail Loop

hiking
snow
16 days ago

Trail was snow packed. Not a lot of people. Some geese and smaller black birds (couldn’t identify).

hiking
snow
17 days ago

Great moderate hike up to the falls. Frozen over but still very enjoyable! Great hike for visitors new to elevation.

Nice trail close to town . Beautiful day and a lot of people. Will do again and connect to devils backbone

hiking
icy
snow
20 days ago

Trail is icy and snowy almost the entire way, but is definitely passable with microspikes. Trail is almost completely unfindable at the top but it's easy enough to figure it out. good hike.

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