Horseback riding Trails

Colorado Trail

Colorado Trail One of the premier hiking, backpacking and mountain biking trails in America, the Colorado Trail runs from just southwest of Denver 485 miles to Durango, CO in 28 segments. It is a well-maintained trail that is best traveled from late June until mid August. Even then, hikers and backpackers are liable to encounter …

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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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Stratford Greenway

England is the greatest country in the world for hiking. But bicycling in the U.K. can be less than family friendly. The roads are narrow and obviously they forgot to include a citizen’s (or Baron’s) right to bicycle safely in the Magna Carta because bike lanes are non-existent and bike paths are nearly non-existent. Fortunately …

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Great Plains Trail

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Colorado Trail Segment 5

Highlights of Colorado Trail Segment 5 The highlights of Colorado Trail segment 5 include the Lost Creek Wilderness, Kenosha Pass and lots of beautiful leaf viewing in the fall. Another highlight of segment 5 is its moderate terrain. Although mountain biking is not allowed in the wilderness area (about half of the segment), it is …

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Colorado Trail Segment 6

Segment Six of the Colorado Trail This is the longest of the 28 Colorado Trail segments. If you hike or ride the entire segment, it is 32.9 miles. It is not for the faint-hearted. It is not necessarily a hard trail, but between the distance and the elevation at Georgia Pass, it can be a …

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