“A beautiful trail heading straight up Gregory Canyon, one of Boulder's most picturesque.”
— Tom Robson
Features: River/Creek — Views — Wildflowers
A fairly steep trail with many rocks and roots to negotiate - place your feet carefully.
Gregory Canyon goes west past the junction of the Saddle Rock Trail
, crosses a ridge with spectacular outcrops and views. It then climbs to a saddle and drops into a drainage to end at a dirt road leading up to Realization Point.
Flora & Fauna
Black bears and mountain lions inhabit this area. Many other wildlife species are common including birds of prey, mule deer and coyotes. White-tailed and mule deer are common. Red-tailed hawks, foxes and coyotes are sometimes seen.