Boulder Hikes

Climbing Mount Sanitas is one of my favorite activities in Boulder. It's a short, challenging route.

Mount Sanitas and Sanitas Valley Loop

Red Rocks Trail 

The Red Rocks Trail is accessible via the Centennial Trailhead, which is located just south of Mount Sanitas.

Pine to Peaks Loop is located in the Bald Mountain Scenic Area. Despite its proximity to the city of Boulder, it is less trafficked.

Pine to Peaks Loop

Wonderland Lake

Hikers with kids will love the flat, partially paved path around Wonderland Lake.

Chautauqua Trail

The Chautauqua Trail is one of the most popular boulder hikes, as it provides stunning views of the iconic Flatiron.

First and Second Flatirons Loop 

The First and Second Flatiron routes begin in the same way as above. At Chautauqua Park site, off Baseline Road.

The Royal Arch Trail is very steep, gaining only 1,500 feet in 1.7 miles. but the scenery is worth the effort.

Royal Arch

The Mesa Trail is a long trail that runs along the boulder foothills. Chautauqua Park is located at its northern end.

Boulder Mesa Trail 

Some consider Mallory Cave a middle way - and the first mile might trick you into thinking so.

Mallory Cave

The Chapman Drive and Tenderfoot Trail is a hidden gem among the Boulder Mountains. Will drive to Flagstaff Mountain and Realization Point parking lot.

Chapman Drive and Tenderfoot Trail

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