St. Mary's Falls Trail Information (Photos & Videos)

The St. Mary's Falls Trail is one of the more popular trails near North Cheyenne Canon Park, just west of Colorado Springs, CO.

The trail starts out on the closed portion of the Upper Gold Camp Road, proceeds over the closed railroad tunnel and follows a creek until you reach the beautiful falls. If you like a trail with a flowing creek alongside it, this is your trail. Kids really love this waterside trail!

This trail can be found on POCKET PALS Trail Map #3 (in their Pikes Peak Region Series). The other trails included on Map #3 are Bear Creek Canyon (666), Bruin, Captain Jack's (665,667), Chamberlain, Columbine, Daniel's Pass, Mt. Buckhorn, Mt. Cutler, Mt. Muscoco, Ring the Peak (Segment9-10B/C), Seven Bridges (622), Silver Cascade Falls, Spring Creek, St. Mary's Falls, Stratton Open Space, Strawberry Hill, Sweetwater Canyon, Trail 624.

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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