Dog walking Trails

Devil’s Backbone Trails

Numerous Trails Available at Devil’s Backbone Open Space Just outside of Loveland, Colorado, you will find ten different trails in the Devils Backbone Open Space. These trails include: Blue Sky Trail Coyote Ridge Trail Hidden Valley Trail Hunter Loop Trail Indian Summer Trail Inlet Bay Trail Laughing Horse Loop Trail Morrison Loop Trail Rimrock Trail …

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Peaks to Plains Trail – Clear Creek Segment

Clear Creek Trail Segment Although the Clear Creek segment of the Peaks to Plains Trail is currently only about two miles long, this segment should soon be four miles long. It is a beautifully designed concrete trail that runs right beside Clear Creek and parallel to Highway 6 that runs from Golden, Colorado up to …

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Missouri Pacific Recreational Trail

The Missouri Pacific Recreational Trail (or Mo-Pac Trail) is a paved multi-use pathway built on the former Missouri Pacific Railway corridor in Iola, Kansas. The trail connects with the Prairie Spirit Trail and runs east to just past Cottonwood Street, providing access to the nearby Middle School and High School, as well as connecting to …

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Southwind Rail Trail

The Southwind Rail Trail is located in Allen County, Kansas, running between the communities of Iola and Humboldt, over a distance of about 6 miles. The trail features a crushed limestone surface, and several scenic points, including the magnificent Elm Creek railroad bridge. The Southwind Rail Trail is an extension of the Prairie Spirit Trail, …

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Olympic Discovery Trail

This multi-season trail is paved and makes a great trail for hiking and bike riding. Certain stretches of the Olympic Discovery Trail are also wonderful for tandem bikes, recumbents, stand-up vehicles and equestrians. It runs through three medium-to-large sized towns, so offers plenty of opportunities to find food. It runs fairly close to a large …

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Daibutsu Railway Trail

This course follows the route the old Daibutsu Railway took. Commencing at the town of Kamo, this course is made-up of two parts – rural & suburban. It takes you past some of the relics of a bygone era. The line commenced service in 1898 and was closed in 1907, when a new line was …

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