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Best trails in Villa Grove

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Looking for a great trail near Villa Grove, Colorado? AllTrails has 5 great views 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. You'll also find some great local park options, like Arkansas Headwaters Recreation Area or Texas Creek OHV Area. Ready for some activity? There are 4 moderate trails in Villa Grove ranging from 1.9 to 93.4 miles and from 7,887 to 13,257 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!
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Map of trails in Villa Grove
Top trails (5)
#1 - Hot Springs Canyon Trail
Sangre de Cristo Wilderness
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Length: 4.8 mi • Est. 3 h 1 m
#2 - Mount Ouray
Fossil Ridge Recreation Management Area
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Length: 6.8 mi • Est. 4 h 55 m
#3 - Haydan & Medano Pass Sand Dunes OHV Route
San Isabel National Forest
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Length: 93.4 mi
Bailing off of Hwy 285 you ascend Hayden Pass. Gentle for the most part except right before the top of the pass. Dropping down the other side is pretty unique. Getting back on the pavement at Coaldale you will be on Hwy 50 for a bit. Turn south on Hwy 69. This will take you through Westcliff and to the Medano Pass entrance. Wolf Ranch is right near the exit for Medano Pass. Neat entrance and Buffalo Ranch. Medano climbs up and its one of the few passes that are treed to the top. Dropping down the other side there are quite a few water crossings. The sand dunes are fun to check out and if you ski or snow board it could be worth taking the old sticks up for a run.Show more
#4 - Starvation Creek Trail
San Isabel National Forest
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Length: 9.1 mi • Est. 5 h 3 m
Local legend has it that the creek got its name when an early fall blizzard trapped a local rancher's cattle. When the local cowhands got through the heavy snow, they found that all of the cattle had starved to death in the deep snow. Hence, the name "Starvation Creek". This is a pretty trail and a easy hike that winds up to the Continental Divide for 6.5 miles. The last .5 miles of the trail turns into a two-track road before it reaches the top of the Divide.Show more
#5 - Antora Peak
Rio Grande National Forest
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Length: 1.9 mi • Est. 1 h 13 m