Glenwood Hiking

Doc Holliday’s Trail – Easy
.5 miles – Trailhead at the intersection of 12th and Bennett; follow information signs.  Trail climbs to old cemetery and the grave of Doc Holliday. Hiking only.

Glenwood Canyon Path- Easy
16 miles – Travel on this popular path from the vapor caves east of the Hot Springs Pool, along I-70 and the Colorado River to the east trailhead west of Dotsero along the frontage road. Rest areas at No Name, Grizzly Creek, Hanging Lake, and Bair Ranch.

Mitchell Creek Trail – Moderate to Difficult
5 miles – Extends from Mitchell Creek (Co. Rod. 132) to Transfer Trail. No parking at trailhead.  Park at the Glenwood Springs Fish Hatchery south of trailhead.
Hiking only.

Storm King Memorial Trail – Moderate to Difficult
1 mile  to Observation Point – From 1-70, Canyon Creek exit, go east on the frontage road to the trailhead.  Steep grade.  Built by volunteers in memory of firefighters who died in the 1994 South Canyon Fire.  Hiking only. No bicycles, horses, or motorized vehicles.

Jess WeaverTrail – Moderate to Difficult
8 miles – From 1-70, No Name exit, go north to the trailhead. The rocky trail climbs through a deep, cliff sided canyon to Transfer Trail.  Hiking only.

Jeanne Golay Trail – Moderate to Difficult
2 miles – Take 7th Street west, left on Midland and right on 9th Street; the street dead ends at the trailhead.  The route traverses up Red Mountain to an overlook.  Moderate hiking trail.

Deadhorse Trail – Difficult
6.5 miles – Climbs out of Glenwood Canyon from the Hanging Lake Trail.  Connects with Forest Service Road 622 north to Coffee Pot Springs.  Trail steep and rocky in places.  Hiking only.

This is a travel guide for Glenwood Springs Colorado.
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