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Glenwood Canyon Path

Basics
Length:
16 miles/26 km
Difficulty:
Easy

Description

For a leisurely walk, the Glenwood Canyon hiking and biking trail is ideal. The paved path hugs the Colorado River for sixteen miles with a mild elevation gain of about 350 feet at its end, just past Bair Ranch. And the chances of seeing the resident herd of Bighorn Sheep in the canyon are very good. With picnic areas, restrooms, parking and disabled access every few miles on the path, it’s also perfect for a variety of ages and abilities.

Details

Length:
16 miles/26 km
Difficulty:
Easy
Additional Details:
There are rest areas at I-70 exits: No Name, Grizzly Creek, Hanging Lake and Bair Ranch.

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