Find a Trail
Whether it's hiking, biking, wildlife watching, horseback riding, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing - you name it - the Colorado Parks and Wildlife Recreational Trails Program is here to bring you the support and information you want for the adventure of a lifetime. View links to trails in Colorado State Parks, or on other public lands on the Trail Map Links page.
What to Bring on a Day Hike
"Various hiking guides have lists of basic equipment needed for every hike, such as the '10 Essentials,' etc. The CMC's (Colorado Mountain Club) members have found through experience that the following items are essential for every trip for every participant; please carry them in your standard day pack and don't go on a trip without them. Don't 'share' your essentials with other people, and don't rely on the leader to have extra water, food, or gear for your use." For more information visit www.cmc.org.
Steppin' Out with Colorado State Parks - Your Guide to Metro Area Trails
Steppin' Out with Colorado State Parks - Your Guide to Western Slope Trails
Colorado Parks and Wildlife Trails Grants Program
The Colorado State Recreational Trails Grants Program funds small and large, maintenance or construction recreational trail grants, planning grants and trail support grants. The grant program is a partnership among Colorado Parks and Wildlife, Great Outdoors Colorado, the Colorado Lottery, the Federal Highways Administration Recreational Trails Program, and the Land and Water Conservation Fund.
JOIN A YOUTH CORP!
Are you between 14 and 25 years old and looking for a meaningful job in the outdoors? If so, consider joining a youth corps where you can help conserve Colorado's great outdoors, work with people your age, earn a full-time wage and a scholarship for college or trade school - and have fun, too!
For information about youth conservation corps throughout the state, go to: www.cyca.org
2013 State Trails
Monday, December 16th
Colorado Parks and Wildlife
Big Horn Room
Denver, CO 80216
The public is invited and welcome to attend
Thanks to our funding partners:
Great Outdoors Colorado, The Colorado Lottery, the Land and Water Conservation Fund and the Recreational Trails Program
Interim Administrative Directive governing the use of Other Power Driven Mobility Devices (OPDMDs).pdf