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Explore the Hiking Trails in Lone Tree

While the weather is warm and beautiful in Colorado, you should take the opportunity to get outside, burn some calories, and enjoy the sunlight. How else are you going to make room for all the delicious Lone Tree local takeout? Luckily, there are a few local trails near your Lone Tree apartment. These hiking trails in Lone Tree are suitable for hiking, walking, dogs, and picnics. Although there are some exceptions. All the listed trails are open with the requirement that hikers are practicing safe social-distancing while enjoying the trails.

Bluffs Regional Park Trail

Bluffs Regional Park is 253 acres of beautiful views of the Colorado Front Range mountains. The park has a 2.7-mile loop for use by bicycles, dogs (on-leash), hikers, and equestrian riders. This is a good place to start your hike, as it’s connected to the Highlands Ranch trails, the East/West Regional Trail, and the South Suburban Parks trail system. The trails are open from 6:00 am until 11:00 pm.

Roxborough State Park

The Roxborough State Park has eight trails connecting to other trails in the state. Pets are not allowed on the trails at Roxborough State Park. The trails here are easy to moderate and feature some of the best views around. The Fountain Valley Trail is a 2.3-mile loop sure to offer wonderful scenery. The park opens at 5:00 am and the gates close at 8:30 pm.

Highlands Ranch Trail System

The Wildcat Mountain Trails, East/West Regional Trails, and the Highlands Ranch Metro District Trails are all part of the Highlands Ranch Trail System and connects to other trails in Lone Tree.  This trail system contains more than 26 parks and 70 miles of trails.

Regardless of which hiking trails in Lone Tree you choose, you’re bound to have a wonderful time and a beautiful view of Lone Tree. For more information about apartments in Lone Tree, contact us today!


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