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Red Rocks Trail

Intermediate
 4.1 (14)

Varied terrain from smooth wide dirt, to rocky singletrack with amazing views in all directions.


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3.5

Miles

5.7

KM

89%

Runnable

6,526' 1,989 m

High

5,996' 1,828 m

Low

523' 159 m

Up

716' 218 m

Down

7%

Avg Grade (4°)

30%

Max Grade (16°)

Dogs Unknown

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Description

This trail starts where the Village Walk Trail ends. Stay left here to run the Red Rocks Trail. When you arrive at the first paved road you'll be at the intersection of two roads in Red Rocks Park. Look straight across from you to a small roadside parking area, Red Rocks Trail picks back up here.

Not much further down the trail you'll reach another intersection, turn left here and cross the road, the trail picks up on the other side. When you arrive at another road this portion of the trail ends. There are other trails within Red Rocks park you can connect to by using the roads.

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Scott Hosie

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  4.1 from 14 votes

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  4.1 from 14 votes
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#503

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#6,495

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Great viewing spot along the trail at the far end of the lollipop
Jan 7, 2019 near Morrison, CO
Red Rocks
Apr 28, 2015 near Morrison, CO
Like stepping onto a Western set.
May 7, 2015 near Morrison, CO
Super smooth trails at Matthews / Winters Park.
Apr 16, 2017 near Morrison, CO
The sunset provided a beautiful color wash while heading back to the parking lot.
Feb 1, 2020 near Morrison, CO

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Nov 12, 2020
Atsuko Ohtake
Jun 16, 2020
Derek Freed
Sep 9, 2019
Baron Farmar
Jun 24, 2019
Private User
Apr 28, 2019
Josh M
Mar 10, 2018
Josh M
Jul 23, 2016
Alan Currens
May 14, 2016
Devin Walsh
Half the trail is downhill and half is an incline. Incline is challenging to run.