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Hiking here is awesome! Many easy trails and next to a fantastic park. Chataqua or something but... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Keith C
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Larkspur, Colorado, United States
Beautiful easy hike

This park is so easy to get to and beautiful once you park and get on the trail. So many wild... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
GotKids
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San Carlos
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Reviewed 3 days ago

Hiking here is awesome! Many easy trails and next to a fantastic park. Chataqua or something but free concerts and a fabulous restaurant!

Thank Keith C
Reviewed 4 days ago

This park is so easy to get to and beautiful once you park and get on the trail. So many wild flowers of all different colors and great views for such an easy walk.

Thank GotKids
Reviewed 1 week ago

Many great hikes originate at the Chattaqua historic center on the west end of Baseline Rd. Hikes range from easy to hard, a mile or two to several miles (you can string a few together). Highly recommend Royal Arch, but a hard hike not for...More

1  Thank gmnord
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The Flatirons are a geological site to behold. They are huge and pictures alone cannot accurately represent the scale of these formations. The hike to reach the Flatirons is an ambitious one. It is hiking a fairly steep grade the entire way. Although it is...More

1  Thank R Layne H
Reviewed 1 week ago

Wanted to "get some air" while in Boulder without killing ourselves. We went to Chautauqua Park, which offers various trails around the Flatiron mountains. Wow. We didn't have to hike far, but the scenery was spectacular. Great views of the flatirons, as well as a...More

Thank 771Chris
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

These mountains are basically the symbol of Boulder. Look up from most places in town and you will see them rising up over you mightily. If you want to explore them up close there are 2 options -( both of which require good appropriate shoes...More

1  Thank HSPNomad
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We really enjoyed this area. Beautiful scenery. It was a warm July day, so we had a lot of water. Lots of visitors that day, and the trail was busy, but very fun

1  Thank got2bebiking
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Great hiking and the town of Boulder is gorgeous!! Hiking is both challenging and beautiful. Pearle Street is nearby and worth a visit. Go if you can, its beautiful!

Thank Beth C
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Great hiking trails. Be sure to take plenty of water as it's a long hike and very hot during the summer months. Spectacular views.

Thank helenlaszuk
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This is right in town, and it’s a gorgeous place to hike. It’s remarkably convenient and has hiking for everyone. It was just beautiful!

1  Thank breit5
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eriya520
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Response from HSPNomad | Reviewed this property |
The best thing to do is make it an easy hike- there is a kind of “rock garden” area on the plateau by the NCAR building. It’s flat and there are trees and lots of rocks to climb on for about 1/4 mile. Your toddler can have... More
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They're bad--and we have West Nile in the area, so you want DEET.
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Response from Wendy T | Reviewed this property |
It is just off baseline road. You will see it. There isn't an address
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