Let us help you stay on track while on the trails in the Pikes Peak region of Colorado

All around the Pikes Peak region there are trails galore for hikers, runners and backpackers of various skill levels.  This outdoor mecca is a just a short jaunt from Colorado Springs and will take you into deep forests, unique rock formations, waterfalls, mountain reservoirs and endless vistas.

Pike National Forest's 1,106,604 acres include picturesque pine trees and golden aspen trees,  babbling brooks, wildlife sightings, reservoirs and hiking trails. This land offers all visitors majestic, natural beauty and a perfect place for many outdoor activities such as hiking, fishing, backpacking, camping, boating, cross-country skiing and snow-shoeing. 

Hiking is one of the most popular activities in the Pike National Forest. Day hikes include interpretive trails and short-distance trails perfect for the family. Backpacking hikes include long-distance trails, including the Colorado Trail and the Continental Divide Trail.

Whether you are living in or just visiting the Pikes Peak region the trails here will get you close to nature, beathing in some fresh air, soaking up some mountain sun and is guaranteed to leave you loving the outdoors!

Make sure to take our maps with you on all of your Pikes Peak Region adventures.  They are detailed, durable (waterproof, tear-resistant) and up-to-date!  We also offer digital maps.

Pocket Pals Trail Maps

www.PPTrailMaps.com

Pikes Peak Region Trails - Overview Map

Small, Pocket-Sized Maps for Big Colorado Adventures