When I’m not in the mountains or exploring Colorado Springs or the foothills, I’m a hiker.

    In the summer, I take advantage of the trail network and the weather to hike, ski, or ride on the trails, all while being surrounded by the sounds of the mountains.

    I enjoy this experience every day, but I can never get enough of hiking the hiking trails of Boulder County.

    If I was lucky enough to hike the trail from the north end of the park to the south end, I would find myself in one of the most beautiful places on the planet.

     While Boulder County is not far from the Rockies, it is much more remote.

    This is because it is a mountainous region, home to the Colorado River, the Sierra Nevada, and the Colorado Plateau.

    There are some places that you can only hike if you’re a climber or have a lot of money.

    Other parts of the county are more like the mountains and the mountains are much more of a challenge to navigate.

    For many people, the Boulder County trails are not only fun and exciting, but they are also the source of a lot more joy and excitement. 

    The first few days of hiking are usually very peaceful.

    You can find plenty of people enjoying the sun and fresh air, even though it can be hot in the summer.

    I have never experienced a day like this in my life.

    I was also a little surprised that my dog was not in my way, because he always finds a way to get in the way.

    After a few days hiking the trail, you will likely start to feel tired.

    Your heart rate will increase and you will feel a bit of anxiety.

    After about an hour or so, you’ll start to sweat.

    This will be a good sign, as you are going to need to go back to your car to rest, get dressed, and get ready for the next day.

    There is one last thing to be mindful of when hiking the Boulder Trails: there is a very small chance that you might get frostbite.

    Frostbite is an infection that can cause you to lose a bit more weight or be severely dehydrated.

    The cold can cause your skin to become discolored or blistered.

    The best way to protect yourself is to wear clothing that is not too heavy or too warm.

    If you are walking through the mountains in the evening, it can become too dark to see anything.

    If you are on the trail and are wearing a jacket and pants, be sure to stay in the shade, as it is possible that you will freeze to death.

    I will say this, though: hiking the Colorado Springs trails is one of my favorite things to do in the winter.

    To see more photos from my trip, please visit The Great Divide Trail Blog .

    I hope this article helped you decide if you should go hike the Colorado Trails or the Rocky Mountains.

    If not, there are plenty of other trails and places you can go in the Colorado Rockies that will give you a different experience.

    You could even spend a week on the Boulder Mountains, or even a month. 

    If you’re interested in the trails or hiking the Rocky mountains, then be sure you check out the Colorado Springs Boulder and Rocky Mountain National Parks.

    The views from the top of the Colorado Mountain can be incredible.