Mt. Rosa Trail Information (including photos & videos)

The Mt. Rosa Trail meanders through pine forests and rewards the trail user with some of the most spectacular views in the Pikes Peak region.  This is also the historic peak climbed by Zebulon Pike (thinking it was Pikes Peak).  Enjoy the 360-degree views from the summit of Mt. Rosa.  This trail is rated as moderate, gaining 1,332'.

This trail is on POCKET PALS Trail Map #2 of the Pikes Peak Region series.  The other trails on Trail Map #2 are Captain Jack's (#667), Forester (#701), Lake Moraine, Mason, McReynolds, Mt. Big Chief, Nelson's, Penrose-Rosemont Reservoir, Ring the Peak (Segment 8,9,10), and Trail 668 (Pipeline).

All Pocket Pals Trail Maps offer very detailed information for each trail including: trail distances, allowed trail uses, difficulty levels, elevation profiles, total ascent/descent, directions to trailhead, trailhead longitude and latitude, and waypoints (landmarks along each trail).

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