Monument Valley Park

Just walking distance from downtown Colorado Springs, Monument Valley Park offers a 4-mile loop on a fine dirt and gravel surface. Both street and lot parking is available for this popular park, which features a wide path with no elevation change. Expect to see plenty of cyclists (both mountain and road) out and about at all times of day, but …

Pike’s Peak Greenway

Pike’s Peak Greenway is a 16-mile segment of Colorado Springs’ Urban Trail System, which connects a number of trails and multi-use paths throughout the city. The Greenway offers a variety of surfaces and follows Monument Creek with small parking lots at each trailhead. The fine dirt and gravel surface that dominates the trail near the Uintah Road trailhead is appropriate …

Palmer Park

This natural area close to downtown Colorado Springs features great convenient mountain biking, hiking, and trail running. Asphalt bike lanes run through the park, but many visitors opt to test their skills on the trails. The natural trails are marked with one of three difficulty levels, making it easy to choose your challenge for the day. With 18 parking lots …

Garden of the Gods Park

If you go to Colorado Springs and don’t make time to visit Garden of the Gods Park, you’re seriously missing out. This amazing natural resource is free to the public and chock-full of great trails and paths for fitness enthusiasts who are looking for a great view. Grab a trail map at the Visitor’s Center and prepare to enjoy the …