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Anne U. White Trail

Darby’s Top Reasons to Love this Hike:

1) This hike is in the Four Mile Canyon area in North Boulder. Round trip is a 3.2 mile, mild to moderate climb that’s a great trail for runners (and their humans) who want a quick and fun workout.

2) Lots of creeks to cross, like 20 of them, to get my feet wet and to have an icy cold beverage.

3) A canopy of evergreen trees to help keep it nice and shady for cooling off in the summer time.

4) There is a feeling that you‘re running in a crevasse with close rock outcroppings on both sides keeping it intimate.

5) My human always says the wildflowers are pretty, I just think they smell great.

County: Boulder

Round Trip Length: 3.2 Miles

Start and End Elevation: 6040’-6600’

Skill Level: Easy to Moderate

Pet Regulations: Dogs Allowed On Leash

Weather: Spring through Winter

Bikes and horses: No

Bathrooms: Yes

Picnic Tables: No

Directions: From Boulder, go north on Broadway or Hwy 36 to Left Hand Canyon and make a left. At Wagonwheel Gap Rd, make a left and about 1.1 miles in you’ll see a turn to the left onto Pinto Rd. Parking at the trail head. Also, be careful not to park in the “No Parking” areas. Map

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