minutes; 26 miles
Easily one of our favourite – and most challenging – biking trails, this 12-mile route easily takes 3 to 4 hours. If you want to experience the thrill of Slick Rock without the biking, we recommend a hummer tour, full of fun and excitement.
minutes; 15 miles
Grandstaff Trail (formerly Negro Bill Canyon Trail) follows the perennial stream that cut this small sandstone canyon, and winds in and out of cottonwood and willow tree copses. Most of the trail is well shaded in the summer, ending in a beautiful overhang over which Morning Glory Natural Bridge arches.
minutes; 10.5 miles
Fisher Towers is an easy single-track hiking trail that we highly recommend. These awe inspiring rock formations are the subject of incredible photographs and some well-known advertisements, and are loved by rock climbers and base jumpers.
minutes; 7.2 miles
This beautiful gem starts out in the sun and is then shaded by cliff overhangs.
minutes; 7 miles
This gentle trail has striking views of the Priest and Nuns, Castle Rock, Adobe Mesa, Professor Valley and Richardson Amphitheater.
minutes; 8 miles
This long trail is great for off-roading and biking, with multiple river crossings.
minutes; 16 miles
Ideal for biking and running, we have easy access to the trail from the Inn. This trail is one of the reasons so many love coming to our neck of the woods, with it’s unparalleled variety and breathtaking views.
minutes; 3.9 miles
We love this accessible trail, just a few minutes from the Inn. While Castle Rock is a popular climbing site, the easy to navigate trails at the base make this area perfect for clearing your mind.