Two woman in bright clothing and helmets riding down a dirt road on electric assisted mountain bikes

Biking the Refuge is a great way to see wildlife and get some exercise too! Ride your bike or class 1 e-Bike year-round along the 10 miles of trails through rolling terrain and hills on dirt or packed gravel trails. In the near future, the Rocky Mountain Greenway Trail will connect with Boulder and Jefferson County trails, as well as the Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge, Two Ponds National Wildlife Refuge, and Rocky Mountain National Park through municipal connections. Please stay on the trail to protect habitat.

Trail Courtesy:

  • Bicycles yield to hikers.
  • Hikers yield to horses.
  • Cyclist yield to horses.

 

Lindsay Ranch Loop Trail
Open: Year-round to hiking, wildlife viewing, photography, bicycling and class 1 e-Bikes, cross country skiing, snowshoeing, and horseback riding.
Length: 1.4 mile loop trail
Park at the Refuge entrance and hike 0.5 miles on the Walnut Creek Loop Trail to connect with the Rocky Mountain Greenway Trail. Hike 1.5 miles along the Greenway Trail to reach the Lindsay Ranch Loop Trail. The trail is considered moderate due to rolling terrain and hills. Trail surface is dirt. The Lindsay Ranch Loop Trail crosses Rock Creek and features the historic Lindsay Ranch barn. Watch for elk, deer, raptors, and songbirds in the mixed and tallgrass prairie.

Walnut Creek Loop Trail
Open: Year-round to hiking, wildlife viewing, photography, bicycling and class 1 e-Bikes, cross country skiing, snowshoeing, and horseback riding.
Length: 1.0 mile
Trailhead parking is at the Refuge entrance. The trail is considered moderate due to rolling terrain and hills. Trail surface is dirt. This trail connects with the regional Rocky Mountain Greenway Trail. Watch for elk, deer, raptors, and songbirds.

Woman Creek Loop Trail
Open: Year-round to hiking, wildlife viewing, photography, bicycling and class 1 e-Bikes, cross country skiing, snowshoeing, and horseback riding.
Length: 3.0 miles
The trailhead is located at the small parking lot on the southern border of the Refuge (link to directions). This hike is considered moderate due to rolling terrain and hills. Trail surface is dirt. Along the way, there are views of South Woman Creek, and Upper and Lower Church Lake. Watch for elk, deer, raptors, and songbirds in the mixed and tallgrass prairie.

Rocky Mountain Greenway Trail
Open: Year-round to hiking, wildlife viewing, photography, bicycling, cross country skiing, snowshoeing, and horseback riding.
Length: 4.9 miles
Park at the Refuge entrance. Begin your hike on the Walnut Creek Loop Trail. Hike 0.5 miles to connect with the Rocky Mountain Greenway Trail. This hike is considered moderate due to rolling terrain and hills. Trail surface is dirt and gravel. In the future, this regional trail will connect with Boulder and Jefferson County trail systems as well as connect with Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge, Two Ponds National Wildlife Refuge, and Rocky Mountain National Park. Watch for elk, deer, raptors, and songbirds in the mixed and tallgrass prairie.

Related Documents
Rocky Flats NWR Trail Map.pdf