Includes trails in the Pike National Forest and the west side of Colorado Springs.

The Pikes Peak Region series contains 14 maps (from Monument, on the northern edge, to areas south of Colorado Springs and from Divide, on the western edge, to the west side of Colorado Springs).

The maps in this series are 3-5/8" W  X 4-1/4" H (when folded) and are 17" X 11" when unfolded and are both waterproof and tear-resistant

 All maps in this series include very detailed information including:

  1. Allowed Trail Uses
  2. Trail Length
  3. Directions to Trailhead/Parking
  4. Trail Difficulty Level
  5. Total Ascent & Descent (in feet)
  6. Waypoints (landmarks) and their associated mileages from the trailhead (including trail intersections, stream crossings, overlooks, ridgelines, geologic features, etc.)
  7. Roads, hydrology (streams, lakes, etc.), contours (50' intervals), and public land boundaries

The data for these trails are collected in the field using GPS technology, we never trace or copy trail data from other sources.

Each Pikes Peak Region map identifies all of the trails within a specific area, identifying all trail connections so that our users can create their own unique adventures.

Pikes Peak Overview Map

Pikes Peak Region - Sample Map, by Pocket Pals Trail MapsPikes Peak Region Series - Detail Side, by Pocket Pals Trail Maps
Pikes Peak Region Trails listed alphabetically, by Pocket Pals Trail Maps

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North Cheyenne Canon Area - Trail Map #3 (near Colorado Springs, Colorado) includes Seven Bridges, Mt. Buckhorn, Captain Jack's, Columbine, Stratton Open Space, Mount Cutler and Mt. Muscoco trails
Pikes Peak Region Trail Map #4 includes the following trails: Bear Creek Regional Park, Intemann, Section 16 / Red Rock Loop, Red Rock Canyon Open Space, Palmer, Parellel, Red Mountain, Stephanie's
Trail Maps - Trail Map #5  -  Pikes Peak Region
Pocket Pals Trail Map #8, Pikes Peak Region Series
Garden of the Gods, Blodgett Open Space, Queens Canyon, Ormes Peak