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Darby's Top Reasons to Love this Hike:

  1. Quick and easy hike (.5 to 1 mile) for new hikers, or if you're short on time. Located conveniently either at the Settler's Park trail head, or at Centennial trail head at the beginning of Sunshine Canyon (another 1.3 mile hike). Settler's is a series of short intersecting trails, and continues to Anemone trail for another .4 miles of hiking.

Read more: Settler's Park - Red Rocks

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Darby's Top Reasons to Love this Hike:

  1. This easy trail goes from Superior through Louisville to Lafayette and Broomfield, you can park in many lots along the trail and go in either direction to get a long or short walk- up to a few miles. Stop off at the off leash dog park in Louisville for some good running around with my buddies. If you want an extra long adventure: go towards the Broomfield trail at Rock Creek Farm and head towards Stearns Lake. Starting in Superior and going to Stearns Lake will be about 11 miles.

Read more: Coal Creek Trail

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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.

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Darby's Top Reasons to Love this Hike:

Darby's Special Note: We go here all the time. It's my most favorite.

1. This trail is a low, mesa facing the Flatiron Mountains of Boulder. The views are amazing! So don't forget your panorama setting on your camera. In the early 1900's, Marshall was once a coal mining town. More on the history read this: Walking Through History on Marshall Mesa

 

Read more: Marshall Mesa

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