Burma Road Trail

Burma Road Trail

Like its namesake, the Burma Road Trail was named for its steepness and rough terrain.

Canyon Trail

Canyon Trail

The easy, then steeper 1.5 mile Canyon Trail starts by the Overlook just past the park’s Welcome Center.

Chute Trail

Chute Trail

The steep option into the park canyon Chute Trail is affectionately known by some as “The Grunt." 

Homestead Trail

Homestead Trail

The less-traveled 1 mile Homestead Trail takes off just before the bridge after entering the park.

Mesa Verde Trail

Mesa Verde Trail

THE .65 MILE MESA VERDE TRAIL IS A STEEP CONNECTOR TRAIL. IT COMES UP FROM THE RIVER TRAIL FROM TWO JUNCTIONS.

Misery Ridge Trail

Misery Ridge Trail

Misery Ridge. Its name conjures up images of early pioneers slogging it in wagon trains over mountain passes, but it’s not that bad. Really.

North Point Trail

North Point Trail

The North Point Trail is a short, flat .5 mile loop at the top of the Northern Point.

Rim Rock Trail

Rim Rock Trail

The easy Rim Rock Trail provides spectacular views of the park all from the comfort of a .5 mile stroll along the canyon ridge.

River Trail

River Trail

The popular 2.5 mile River Trail is a favorite for families and those wanting to cover a lot of the park on mostly flat terrain.

Rope-de-Dope Trail

Rope-de-Dope Trail

The .5 mile Rope-de-Dope Trail gets its name from the Rope-de-Dope climbing area.

Summit Trail

Summit Trail

Relatively new to the park trail system, the Summit Trail lives up to its name.

Wolf Tree Trail

Wolf Tree Trail

After crossing the bridge, take the right fork to get on the easy mile long Wolf Tree Trail.