The Best Hikes in Colorado: Outdoor Adventures in 2020

The best hiking trails in Colorado

Here at Glamping Hub, we’re enthusiasts of all things nature—sleeping in nature, eating in nature, and, most importantly, exploring right in the heart of nature. Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned hiker, we’re sure you know that one of the best ways to immerse yourself in the wilderness is to get out on the trails and see what wonderful surprises are in store for you: that’s why we’ve put together a list of the very best hikes in Colorado in 2020.

What’s more? Hiking is a natural stress reliever. One of the major positives of hiking is that it gives you many options to choose from regarding the location. Picking a spot that is serene and calm will help you to lift up your spirits and stay away from daily stress.

Every state in the U.S. has beautiful hiking spots, and Colorado is no exception. There are tons of unparalleled hiking spots in this mountain state, whether it’s a trail through the Rockies or a day hike near Boulder getaways. Some of these hikes are simply unmissable, so we’ve written about three of the best trails you should hike in Colorado to help you get your adventure started.

man enjoying one of the best hikes in Colorado

The Columbine Trail is one of the best hikes in Colorado and a chance to visit Colorado Springs in 2020

Fantastic for those who want to soak in the native flora and fauna of Colorado in a simple day hike, the Columbine Trail, one of the best hikes in Colorado Springs can be accessed from three trailheads (allowing you to choose the length and difficulty of your hike).

It meanders through beautiful Cheyenne Canyon, Colorado, and has a terrific end at Helen Hunt Falls. Along the way, you will see Mays Peak, Mount Buckhorn, Mt. Cutler, and Muscoco trailhead, and there are babbling streams and plenty of wildlife to enjoy as you trek.

When you want to discover fascinating hiking trails in Colorado like this one, it doesn’t hurt to stay in equally impressive Colorado Springs rentals nearby where you can really leave the trip with perfect memories of Colorado outdoor adventures in 2020

  • 3 miles 
  • Moderate difficulty 

exploring one of the best hikes in Colorado Springs on Columbine Trail

Barr Trail is another one of the top Colorado hiking trails you have to try in 2020!

If you want to challenge yourself a little bit more, then graduate onto the Barr Trail, which winds through the stunning landscapes of Pike National Forest! Camping nearby this fantastic outdoor destination in Colorado is good enough but it also offers one of the most fulfilling hiking trails in Colorado where you can really work up a sweat.

Its high elevation increases its difficulty, but the reward is great—the climb ends at Pikes Peak summit. Interestingly, Barr Trail was originally created in the 1800s by a prospector, and it later became a burro trail. Now, it is one of the most popular hiking trails in Colorado.

When you’re finished hiking, you’ll likely want to curl up next to the fire in your own cozy Colorado rentals where you can really relax and put your feet up for a rest.

  • 13 miles 
  • Difficult

Barr Trail and one of the most popular hikes in Colorado for outdoor enthusiasts

More Colorado hiking trails you have to experience in 2020: the monumental Colorado Trail

Traversing the Colorado Trail is one of the greatest feats that any Colorado resident can complete. Stretching from near Denver cabins to Durango rentals, it winds through one of the most mountainous regions in the state.

In fact, it crosses through six U.S. National Forests, eight mountain ranges, several mining towns, and even ancient Native American trails. The challenge will be rewarded because hikers of this trail will undoubtedly experience some of the most stunning scenery in Colorado.

This one of the best hikes near Denver, without a doubt and such a monumental task will require some camping and glamping essentials during your expedition! Don’t forget to book your luxury Colorado accommodation to make sure you have the best places to rest up in either during or at the end of your hiking adventures in Colorado this year.

Oh and don’t forget to check out the best Colorado guides and different ways to discover these trails and of course the Rocky Mountains National Park this year.

  • 486 miles 
  • Difficult 

Exploring the Colorado Trail and the Rocky Mountains National Park

You will never regret experiencing the thrill of completing one of these great Colorado hiking trails, and you’ll be equally thrilled to spend your nights in nature too. Ranging from mountain cabins to authentic tipis, our Colorado weekend getaways are a wonderful addition to any hike in this mountain state. Click to explore our top mountain getaways in Colorado.

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