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

hiking
1 month ago

Great loop trail. Largely shaded, with minimal traffic. Mostly bikers coming through. Easy incline.

hiking
3 months ago

A nice trail, though unmarked and overgrown. The previous review gives great directions on how to actually find the trailhead. I was the only person on this trail, so if you’re looking for solitude this is a good one. It’s easy and not at all strenuous. I believe the only reason it is rated intermediate is because of the difficulty of actually finding and staying on the trail.

4 months ago

poor review only because trail was closed when I visited 4/6/18- super bummed. Great local spots for anglers though if that's your thing ...or picnics

hiking
6 months ago

Didn’t get a chance to do this hike, since the trail is closed until April 30th, 2018.

hiking
7 months ago

Beautiful hike. It’s a super well maintained forest service road. You could drive a tiny car down this road.
Loved the hike, saw no one else. Beautiful, easy incline. Took the Colorado Trail back to the car instead of the road like the app had.

9 months ago

The trail is not very well defined. We got lost in the woods, but the GPS helped us get back safely. The scenery was incredible, and no people around.
I will try to hike this one next season too.

hiking
Tuesday, July 04, 2017

I chanced this one with no text reviews or photos. Definitely just a motor vehicle trail from what I could tell. I saw signs saying no motor vehicles but from the tracks you could clearly tell it was still being used that way. Didn't want to get run over so I scrapped it. Pretty sure all of rampart range is just camping and ATV/dirt bike trails.

hiking
Saturday, June 17, 2017

You have to park at the lot right off rampart range rd for the campground turnoff and walk into the campground .
The trailhead is not marked. It is located at the end of the campground behind site #18. There is no marker, only an old steel sign indicating "no motorized vehicles". The trail down to the loop is a well defined runoff trail which brings you down to a small fairly open meadow. Here is where the loop begins, go immediately right, into the trees along a small creek. The trail itself is almost indiscernible and overgrown. It's a great area, but I did not go to far. I forgot my bear spray and I know this area is frequented by them. It's clear the trail is not maintained if it ever was a real trail, it may be a game trail. I'll be coming back when im better prepared.

Tuesday, June 13, 2017

You can access Red Mesa Loop from Deer Creek Canyon.

hiking
Sunday, February 05, 2017

Folks should know that you can't get to this trail until the Rampart Range Rd. opens for the season.

hiking
Tuesday, August 30, 2016

This hike is extremely difficult to get to, it's not well marked, and you have to drive for over 5 miles on an extremely bumpy dirt road that was so hard on tires. I absolutely do not recommend this hike.

hiking
Friday, September 19, 2014

Hiked this from Plymouth Creek trail; adds extra distance and more views of Denver from on high. Nice trail pretty even once you've already climbed Plymouth Creek to get there; about half is along the ridge, the way back is mostly wooded.

mountain biking
Monday, October 04, 2010

Very popular section of Colorado trail because of lack of strenuous sustained climbs and overall well maintained singletrack.(1650 vertical all tolled).$5 trailhead (little Scraggly Peak) fee. Beautiful scenery, trails well marked. Green Mt. trail is a loop best done counterclockwise, so pass the 1st entrance. Many trails intersect so watch for correct route. Lots of scenic overlooks. Bathroom at trailhead.

hiking
2 months ago

on Red Mesa Loop

hiking
10 months ago

hiking
10 months ago

hiking
Saturday, June 24, 2017

Sunday, November 20, 2016

hiking
Sunday, October 30, 2016

Monday, October 05, 2015

walking
Sunday, October 07, 2012

hiking
Sunday, September 18, 2011