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Easy trail through miles of aspen groves
A nice up and back ride to the top of Reas Peak, on the Continental Divide, and on the border of Idaho and Montana. Looking north is the Roaring Creek Drainage.
Fun mix of mountain trails including shaded forest, open meadows, rocky inclines/declines, and more.
This is a nice mid-summer ride. From the pass you will look down S Bitch Creek towards Hidden Corral Basin (see ride with same name).
Beautiful ascending and descending trail made up of half hillside meadows, and half shaded forest.
Easy flat trail around Barr Lake with lots of bird watching, including nesting eagles.
An easy trail with very soft footing that wanders through the rolling hills.
A loop trail featuring a variety of terrain including rolling hills, creek crossings, and more.
An easy and flat trail with nice views of the mountains.
Enjoy a fantastic Obstacle Course and trail riding in the park with wide trails and easy footing.
Enjoyable and easy trail through the forest and a portion with no bikes or dogs allowed.
Fantastic trail with soft footing, great views, and easy to ride.
This is a nice short ride of about 6 miles and 900 ft of climbing. The ride follows a small stream up among sculptured granite monoliths.
The trailhead of this ride and a ride to Hidden Corrals is Coyote Meadows.
A great trail for those who love riding along cliff sides!
Pretty and easy trail wandering around various ponds and along the South Platte River.
A fun and mostly shady loop with amazing views from the top of the mountain.
A good mid-spring ride. Avoid going if wet from Rain. Have lunch at the old dam.
2 hours horse ride trail going all the way up to the view then back.
This is a Spring ride when the desert is not too hot and the Mountains are too cold.
A classic riding destination for easy trails, soft footing, and very horse-friendly.
A very very steep climb, and shale.
Game Creek Pass would be rated a black diamond. A black diamond means that riders and horses should be in top shape due to steepness, rockiness, and obscure trail.
A great beginner trail or a good option if you're looking for something flat.