Trail Map #3 - North Cheyenne Canon Park AreaPOCKET PALS Trail Maps
North Cheyenne Canon Park Area in Colorado Springs, Colorado
The trails on Map#3 are located in either Colorado Springs' North Cheyenne Canon Park (in the southwest part of town) or in the Pike National Forest. To see an overview map of our Pikes Peak Region series, CLICK HERE.The trails included on this trail map are listed below. For more information about each trail, click on the trail name below.
Bear Creek Canyon (666)
Strawberry Fields (aka Old Stage Stop) * SEE NOTE BELOW
Stratton Open Space (12 trails including Chamberlain)
- Trail 624
STRAWBERRY FIELDS NOTE: There has been a new trail network built in the Strawberry Fields area near the Starsmore Visitor and Nature Center. These trails will be included in the next printing for Map#3 but in the meantime, you can get a free digital map for the Strawberry Fields trail network by CLICKING HERE.
For more information about our digital (GeoPDF) version for Map#3, CLICK HERE.
So, so happy with this one and another I recently purchased. I do both the downloadable and the waterproof paper. Fantastic! Convenient!
Pocket Pals are my go to source for maps for exploring the trails surrounding Colorado Springs! Compact and easy to read, you need these if you want to explore new trails.
These are spectacular maps! I am in the midst of planning my hike up the renowned Pikes Peak (and little hikes in the area) and I doubt I'd want to do it without these magnificent gems! Keep up the great work, team!
The map is great but cant print the file. I have nothing to open the file on while hiking.
Hello Lisa, We are sorry that you had difficulty with your digital file but our digital (geo-referenced) maps are strictly meant for downloading onto mobile devices and are not meant to be printed. The cool thing about downloading our geo-referenced digital maps onto one of the free apps is that you will be able to see where you are currently located directly on the map (identified by the blinking blue dot). Here are a few links that will give you more information about how this can be accomplished. https://www.pptrailmaps.com/pages/pocket-pals-trail-maps-offers-our-maps-in-2-formats-paper-waterproof-tear-resistant-and-digital-geo-referenced https://www.pptrailmaps.com/pages/how-to-download-and-use-pocket-pals-digital-georeferenced-pdf-map-files I hope this helps to explain any confusion that you might have had in regards to our digital map products. We will mail out a paper copy of Map#3 to you to make up for this misunderstanding. Happy Trails, Julie
The perfect map for taking my cub scouts hiking.
Excellent handy waterproof tear resistant and best of all always up to date
I love these Pocket Pals. You take just the map you need for the region you're going to hike, and the details are spectacular. Thank you!
Great product. Seems detailed enough and durable.
these are fantastic maps the perfect size easy to read durable
Great product. Very detailed. Folds perfect every time. I like that they are made of thick paper. I’m working on getting all the maps as I’m working my way through the ton of trails. I first heard about pocket pals from a local hiker who told me I needed a better map when I was very clearly lost. He told about a cool little local shop that sold them and I haven’t hit a trail without one since.
These maps have all the pertinent information for each hike. They fit in a shirt pocket. I washed one by mistake and it didn’t fall apart. Easy to read too. I purchased two just to try them out, then bought six more.
It's an excellent map to keep on you when hiking in the North Cheyenne Canon area. It's compact and durable yet provides plenty of detail. I will be purchasing other maps for areas I will be hiking later this year.
Each new version is an excellent update. We have all 14 of the local trail maps and have done about 2/3 of them. The #3 provides a great update of the 7 Bridges Trail and many of the other trails it covers are updates. Certainly beats the traditional topos update ever decade or so.
I like how this map ties together several systems - the Bear Creek system, the North Cheyenne System, Stratton Open Space, and connections to some others. It shows suggestions of some, but not all, social trails. I was a little surprised it is missing the trail to summit May's Peak. I like that it has the new Trail 667/Captain Jack's. I also like that it has the county line. I have the whole series of these maps and they are very handy to have on the trail - great size, great sturdy and waterproof paper.
While everyone was turning left to do the Seven Bridges trail, my husband and I went right and followed the PPTM route to Mt. Buckhorn. We are so glad we did! Nice to have a precise trail map to places where we have never ventured before.
Used your #3 map this weekend (paper version) and it was a handy companion. Look forward to giving the electronic version a try the next time I am out. -Dan