We have hiking/walking trail for the avid hiker or the leisure walker just wanting to enjoy nature. There are numerous trails, some with graveyards, mine sites, wildlife sightings, and all with awesome views. Your professional interpretive guide will share knowledge of the history, minerals, animal life, and the vegetation. The following is a few of the many trails available–check back often we will be adding trails as we explore.

Mile HI Rafting near Idaho Springs
Hiking at the mines

BLT Trail (Beginner) – $17 each

5 miles
The sounds of Clear Creek flowing and the trees along the creek bank make this trail like an escape from civilization. Great for the family, this trail has a minimal amount of climbing on a forested trail. We ascend 900 feet starting at 9800 feet.

Chief Mountain Trail (Beginner) – $21 each

2 miles
We will pass through spruce and fir forest and then reach rocky talus. The last stretch of this trail has an overlook of Mt Evans, Mt Goliath, Rogers Peak, and Rosalie Peak. Views are forever. We ascend 910 feet starting at 10800 feet.

Silver Creek Wagon Trail (Intermediate) – $15 each

5 miles
This is a mostly easy scenic walking trail with a few technical spots. The views are incredible. We will see below the Alvarado Cemetery and explore the remains of Silver Creek Town Site. We will ascend/descend 800 feet starting at an altitude of 8300 feet.

Pavillion Point (Intermediate) – $17 each

4 miles
In 1916 construction started on the beautiful summer resort of Pavillion Point. Only a few remains are left. This trail is very scenic and has beautiful aspen groves. We will ascend 800 feet starting at an altitude of 9800 feet.

Silver Dollar Lake Trail (Intermediate) – $17 each

3 miles
This trail is occasionally steep and challenging as it weaves above timberline. Two lakes the Naylor Lake and Silver Dollar lake is our destination. We ascend 1000 feet starting at 11,200. Snow remains on this trail until late July.