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Meyers Gulch-Boulder

Neko’s Top Reasons to Love this Hike:

  1. Near Walker Ranch, but not as crowded with bike riders, this 5.2 mile out and back trail will keep you smiling the entire hike. 

  2. Ponderosa, meadows, Aspens, wildflowers. So many pretty sights and swells. 

  3. Ending with a summit view of Sugarloaf, Indian Peaks, Longs Peak, and Boulder Canyon.

  4. This once was a working cattle ranch, read about it along the trail. There is an old sawmill within the first part of the trail, see picture #3. A side trail will let you get closer to inspect it further. 


County: Boulder

Round Trip Length: 2.6 miles each way

Elevation: 7300'-8050', at the summit

Skill Level: Moderate

Pet Regulations: Dogs Allowed On Leash 

Weather: Spring through Fall, winter also, just may be snowy/icy

Bikes and Horses: Yes

Restroom : Yes, in the parking lot

Picnic tables: Yes

Directions: Go west Baseline Rd up Flagstaff Mountain approximately 6.2 miles. This is a very winding and steep road, so be prepared. The Meyers Homestead parking lot is on the right, just before the Walker Ranch parking lot. It will fill up on the weekends.

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