Best Hiking Trails in Boulder

Expert recommended Top 3 Hiking Trails in Boulder, Colorado. All of our hiking trails face a rigorous 50-Point Inspection, which includes customer reviews, history, complaints, ratings, satisfaction, trust, cost and general excellence. You deserve only the best!


9th Street and Baseline Road, Boulder, CO 80302 Directions

Since 1898

Picnic Area (No Shelters to Reserve), Playground, Restrooms, Tennis Courts, Demonstration Garden, Bike Racks, Rtd Access, Bike Route Access, Lodging, Concerts, Cultural Events, Educational Programs, Recreation, Historic Preservation, Community House Reservations and Dining, New Sidewalks, Re-Aligned Parking & Pedestrian Crossing Treatments

Street Parking available. Offers summer parking changes and the Free shuttle to the Chautauqua Park. Accepts event reservations for mountain park shelters and the Sunrise Amphitheater on Flagstaff Mountain. have a wide range of opportunities for children’s unstructured interaction with nature. provides families with access to Open Space Mountain Park trails. Proffer a playground, tennis courts, and open turf

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Mon - Sun 5:00 am - 11:00 pm

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4th Street and Mapleton Avenue, Boulder, CO 80302 Directions

Forest, Wildlife, Dogs on Leash, Rocky, No Shade, Horseback Riding, Views, Trail Running, Wild Flowers & Snow

Parking is available in the Centennial Trailhead on the south side of Mapleton Avenue. Access points to these bouldering areas are clearly marked and they ask your cooperation that you only boulder in designated areas. Provides beautiful views to both the east and west. East Ridge Trail connects the Sanitas Valley Trail to the Mount Sanitas Trail at the north end of the mountain. Restrooms, Three picnic tables and a small pavilion are available


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Betasso Road, Boulder, CO 80302 Directions

Horseback Riding and Dog-Walking (On Leash), Picnic, Playground, Restroom Facilities, Trail Sharing, Mountain Bikers, Biking, Rugged Foothills, Horse/Equestrian Trail, Snorkeling, Swimming & Wildlife

Mountain vistas, views of golden plains, scenic trails, diverse habitats, and a rich heritage make Betasso Preserve a favorite destination in the foothills. 46-car spots in three parking lots. Horse trailer parking, Restrooms & Several picnic tables available . Large 50-person group shelter located near trailhead

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