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 *UPDATE: Trail closed since flood 2013.

Darby’s Top Reasons to Love this Hike:

1) This hike is in the Four Mile Canyon area in North Boulder. Round trip is a 3.2 mile, mild to moderate climb that’s a great trail for runners (and their humans) who want a quick and fun workout.

2) Lots of creeks to cross, like 20 of them, to get my feet wet and to have an icy cold beverage.

Read more: Anne U. White Trail

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Darby's Favorite Reasons Love this Hike

  1. This is a popular walk because it's flat and east of the mountains, so it's easy to get to; South Boulder Creek meanders through trees and open, farm fields. It is also accessible almost all year long. This part of the trail participates in the City of Boulders Voice and Sight Program, so I can be offleash if I wear the right tag (see below). Parking is limited, so get here off-peak walking hours to get a spot. 

Read more: Bobolink Trail

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Okay dog lovers and "Darby's Favorite Hike" readers. It's my (Darby's) first review post and I started with things I know best. Dog Parks! My humans take me to all kinds of Dog Parks. Since I am an expert on all things dog (re: I'm a dog), I decided that I am the best possible reviewer of all the Dog Parks I go to. My hometown: Boulder County, Colorado, is where I will start my review. Click here for more information about Voice and Sight Regulations for off leash dogs and their people.

Read more: Boulder County Dog Park Review

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Currently Closed

Darby's Top Reasons to Visit Boulder Falls

  1. Moderately challenging, but short hike down stairs to a very cool water fall... I can dip my toes-ies in and (sshhh), sneak a drink.

Read more: Boulder Falls

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