Ute Valley Park

4.00 out of 5
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Ute Valley Park has 8 miles of trails that wind through desert terrain. Most of these trails are wide and are fairly easy to hike. You'll have plenty of chances to view the stunning scenery that surrounds the park.

These trails are multi-use, so please share the path.
Trail length: 8 miles
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    Reviewed by Scott Ganschow on June 28, 2018

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    Well, that was quite a fun hike! I spent most of my hike on the aptly named, highly technical, Black and Blue Loop (I say "mostly," because I think that, because there were no trail markings, I was, for awhile, on what seemed like an entirely different, easier trail,) and it was great!

    Great scenery: heavily-wooded, with lots of rock formations. The trail itself, for the sake of comparison, is very much like the more technical trails in Palmer Park, although I often came across sections that reminded me of trails that I have mountain biked in the Winter Park/Fraser Valley area. And while I found the trail very technical, it wasn't as strenuous as it could have been.

    Overall, I had a blast. Highly recommended!
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