Pike National
Forest

The Pike National Forest is located in the Front Range of Colorado, United States, west of Colorado Springs and including Pikes Peak and the famous Garden of the Gods. The forest encompasses 1,106,604 acres (4,478 km²) within Clear Creek, Teller, Park, Jefferson, Douglas and El Paso counties. The major rivers draining the forest are the South Platte and Fountain Creek. Rampart Reservoir, a large a…
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Pikes Peak near Colorado Springs is the most visited mountain in the US; the sum…
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This hike climbs uncompromisingly along the northeast ridge of Cascade Mountain,…
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This waterfall isn’t even on the map, and it’s become my favorite waterfall hike…
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"DeCaliBron" (Democrat, Cameron, Lincoln, Bross) provides an awesome way to do f…
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This is a great route to the summit of Pikes Peak that is shorter and less popul…
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This is a nice out-and-back to the summit of Bison Peak. The higher elevations o…
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Nestled in the mountains outside of Denver sits an expansive network of trails i…
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The Section 16/Palmer Loop is a great 5.5 mile loop, easily accessible to both C…
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Mount Sherman, Colorados 46th highest peak, is a great first 14er. It is possibl…
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Helen Hunt Falls in Colorado Springs is a 35 foot waterfall requiring only a sho…
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The hike to Rainbow Falls is a short easy walk to the waterfall and a historic b…
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Taken from Kenosha Pass to Georgia Pass, this steady climb provides some of the …
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Very Runnable, not very busy and the SHOOTING areas have been MOVED away from th…
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