Trail Map #5 - Pikes Peak RegionPOCKET PALS Trail Maps
The trails on this map are located just west of Manitou Springs and include the first half of Barr Trail. Most of the trails on this map are in the Pike National Forest.
CLICK HERE for more information about Map #5 and for an overview map of the Pikes Peak Region series.
Click on the highlighted trail names below for more detailed information on each trail.
- Bob's Road
- Longs Ranch Road
- Manitou Incline
- Pikes Peak - (via Barr Trail) Manitou Springs to Barr Camp
- Trail 329
- Trail 638
- Trail 671
- Trail 703
- Trail 706
- Ute Pass (Ring the Peak)
- Water Pipe
If your intent is to explore the lower half of Barr trail, the Manitou Incline or the many trails along the lower, eastern flank of Pikes Peak, Trail Map #5 is your best map option.
If your primary intent is to summit Pikes Peak, the Pikes Peak 14er map may be your best map option. Click here to review the Pikes Peak 14er map.
CLICK HERE to learn more about our GeoPDF digital map for Map#5.
Like all Pocket Pals maps, it's well made and easy to use. Big enough to be easy to read, small enough to never be a burden or hard to handle in the field. The landmark descriptions are very helpful towards quickly locating yourself. Includes many lesser-used trails that some other maps do not, but not social trails. Offers sufficient topographic detail to navigate off-trail with a compass and altimeter. Much better than trying to piece together the trails in this region from incomplete online maps, to say nothing of being much easier to read in the field than a cell phone screen.
So glad I found out about these trail maps. A perfect size for out on the trails and they contain lots of detailed information that can't be found on other maps.
I have purchased Trail maps 1 - 14. I find these maps to be accurate. I use them frequently. The size of them is perfect whether I put them in my jacket, fannie pack or camelbak. The protective coating keeps them nice as they folded and unfolded. I would recommend these maps for someone interested in hiking different trails.
These are great maps and so full of information. It beats carrying larger maps that can be awkward to read while hiking. A great product.
This afternoon my wife and I were hiking and found trails that were not on the pocket pal maps. But overall without the maps, we would had to rely on our GPS but no trail identification. So glad we had them but need updates.
I totally love knowing the exact mileage and it really helped me when I got confused at the intersection of French Creek and North Fork French Creek in Hurricane Canyon area. The trail seemed to disappear at that creek crossing but I knew I wasn't going down French, so I scrambled across and pretty soon found the trail again, following N. Fork, just as the map said to do! And I totally love how lightweight the maps are. The fall colors were awesome. You have found a great niche here and a quality product! Thanks