Horsetooth Mountain

My brother had heard that Fort Collins had some great hiking that even little ones could do.  While my mom was here for a visit, we headed to Horsetooth Mountain.  Our goal was to hike all the way to the falls, but it started to drizzle and we didn’t want to get stuck in the rain with the girls.  After about a half hour, we turned around and left.  We’ll make it back one day to finish our hike.

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2 thoughts on “Horsetooth Mountain

  1. It’s been awhile, but Horsetooth is a nice place to hike. If you have a chance, another good place to hike is Garden of the Gods, here in COS. Trails are nice, very easy to walk. The trail I like at GOG (medium difficulty) is the one that takes you near Rampart Range Road (at least that was what it was called). You get to walk through a stream – it won’t get your feet soaking wet unless it rains, but really takes you away from the casual walkers on the other trails.

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