Pikes Peak - Barr Trail Hiking Information Photos, Videos & Reviews
Description: The Barr Trail (Trail 620), is one of the major routes up to one of the more popular of Colorado's Fourteeners, Pikes Peak. Barr Trail is named after it's builder, Fred Barr and was originally constructed from 1914 to 1921. This trail is in the Pike National Forest. The elevation at the top of Pikes Peak is 14,110 feet.
Photos: You can also view great photos of Barr Trail at https://www.flickr.com/search/?text=barr%20trail%20manitou%20springs
Video: View a video of Barr Trail at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e3T8bcIM0T4
TripAdvisor Reviews: Reviews of the trail by tourists and locals alike at http://www.tripadvisor.com/Search?q=barr+trail&geo=33537&pid=3826&typeaheadRedirect=true&redirect=&startTime=1439851524447&uiOrigin=MASTHEAD&returnTo=__2F__
The Barr Trail is included on POCKET PALS Trail Map # 5 & #6. The other trails included on Trail Map #5 are Bob's Road, Heizer, Longs Ranch Road, Trail 329, Trail 638, Trail 671, Trail 703, Trail 706, Ute Pass, and Water Pipe. The other trails included on Trail Map #6 are: Bottomless Pit, Cascade Creek, Elk Park (Trail 652), Severy Creek, and Trail 331.