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Hidden Mesa Open Space

Documents

Hidden Mesa Open Space Map (PDF)

Cherry Creek Regional Trail Elev. Profile (PDF)

Hidden Mesa Trail - Park Rd TH Elev. Profile (PDF)

Hidden Mesa Trail - Pleasant View TH Elev. Profile (PDF)

Other Link Comment Card

Features

  1. Bike Path (Paved)
  2. Bike Trail
  3. Dogs allowed with leash
  4. Horseback Riding
  5. Moderate Trail
  6. Mountain Biking
  7. Native Surface Trail
  8. Parking
  9. Picnic Pavilion (General Use)
  10. Picnic Tables
  11. Portable Restroom
  12. Single Track Trail
General Information
Length: 4.5 miles
Open Space acreage1,294 acres
Difficulty
: Moderate
Surface: Native surface, single track
Parking: Trailhead west side of Colorado Highway 86, one mile north of Franktown

Overview
This is a joint venture between Douglas County, Town of Castle Rock, and the Pinery Water and Wastewater District to preserve 1,294 acres of mesa, steep-rock cliffs, shady gulches, open grassland, and lush riparian habitat of the Cherry Creek basin.

The eastern section connects to the paved Cherry Creek Regional Trail and the southwestern section eventually will connect to Gateway Mesa Open Space. The property has more than four miles of trail open to hikers, mountain bikers, and equestrians.