Here are the regional trails located in Douglas County. Select a trail below to get specific information on each trail and to download a map of the trail.
Bluffs Regional Park Trail – 2.7-mile loop with outstanding views of the Front Range.
Castlewood Canyon State Park Trail System – Visitors can select a short or long trail for a total of 12 miles.
Chatfield State Park Trail System – 10-mile internal trail system, the Chatfield Dam Trail, and the Equestrian Loop.
Cherry Creek Regional Trail – 40-mile trail is managed by multiple jurisdictions and is popular for walking, running, and cycling.
Devils Head Trail – The lookout is at 9,748 feet and listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
East-West Regional Trail – 20 miles from Redstone Park in Highlands Ranch to RidgeGate Parkway in Lone Tree.
High Line Canal Regional Trail – Runs along the western portion of Douglas County and into the Denver metro area for a grand total of 60 miles.
Indian Creek Trail – A network of backcountry trails with connections to the Colorado Trail and Waterton Canyon.
Pike National Forest – More than 1.1 million acres within Clear Creek, Teller, Park, Jefferson, Douglas and El Paso Counties.
Rampart Range Motor Vehicle Trail Area – 115 miles of motorcycle trails designated by signs with a white arrow and three-digit identifier.
Roxborough State Park Trail System – Journey through Roxborough State Park close to 4,000 acres.