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GMF Trail System  

-American Discovery (ADT)/
  Ute Pass (UPT)

- Catamount Trail

- Conn Trail

- Thomas Trail

- Kirkpatrick Trail

- Crystal Trail

- Ring The Peak
   (RTP)

- Wallace Reserve
   Trails (6)
     Bear
      Castle Rock
      Elk Root
      Fat Man's Squeeze
      Peyote Pass
      Wallace

- Mt Dewey Trail

- Horseshoe Mtn Trail



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Crystal Trail Fall Gallery  
Photos by Jeremiah Nelson
GREEN MOUNTAIN FALLS TRAILS COMMITTEE

The Green Mountain Falls Trails Committee is an organization of local trails enthusiasts who volunteer their time to develop and maintain a system of local trails to serve recreational needs of town residents and visitors                                                                                              photo: Crystal Trail
​Thursday 12th 

GMF Trails Committee Meeting
 --6:00 pm Mucky Duck Restaurant, Green Mountain Falls, CO

March 2017

January 2017

​Thursday 16th

GMF Trails Committee Meeting
 --6:00 pm Mucky Duck Restaurant, Green Mountain Falls, CO

Feburary 2017

​Thursday 16th

GMF Trails Committee Meeting
 --6:00 pm Mucky Duck Restaurant, Green Mountain Falls, CO

Saturday TBD

Trails Work Day #1
 -- 8:00 a.m.Meet at the East end of Gazebo Lake Park, Green Mountain Falls, CO 
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Overview 
of the
GREEN MOUNTAIN FALLS
Trails Network 

The Green Mountain Falls Trails System consists of 16 magnificent trails totaling over 20 miles that provide a variety of experiences. All are non-motorized hiking trails. 

The American Discovery Trail (ADT), a 6,800 mile long coast-to-coast trail route across America and the Ute Pass Regional Trail, a 40 mile route from Colorado Springs to Cripple Creek, pass through the Town of Green Mountain Falls on a bicycle/[pedestrian lane along Ute Pass Avenue.

Two of the Green Mountain Falls trails connect directly to the Ring the Peak Trail, a 57 mile long loop that circumnavigates Pikes Peak
.
Most of the system consists of back country single track hiking trails carved out of the forest on the steep ramparts that overlook the Town and feature spectacular views.

For detailed information on each trail, click on "Trail Descriptions"
Green Mountain Falls, Colorado Weather
TRAILS VOLUNTEERS NEEDED
Saturday, September 24
Get Out! Give back to trails.  Meet great people.
Join us for a half day of work building a new trail
on Mount Dewey in beautiful Green Mountain Falls
with spectacular overlooks of Belvidere Canyon
& Ute Pass.  Tools and training provided. Learn 
how to use a Pulaski and a McLeod.
Meet at 8 AM at the Green Box Pavilion next
to the PANTRY RESTAURANT on Lake Street.
Bring water, gloves, and a smile. Sturdy boots
needed. Free lunch for all workers at the Pantry.
You must sign up in advance by calling Dick
Bratton 684-9811 or E-Mail trails007@aol.com.
Minimum age 16. Info at www.gmfcotrails.org