Northern Colorado
Back Country Horsemen
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Trail Locations

 Eagle Nest
 http://www.larimer.org/parks/eagles_nest.cfm
 Nice terrain, shoes are not required
 Fish Creek   
 Fort Robinson
 http://www.stateparks.com/fort_robinson.html
 Hermit Park  http://www.larimer.org/naturalresources/hermitpark.cfm

 Horse Tooth
 Rocky in parts - may require horse shoes/boots
 K'Lynn Cameron
 Little Beaver



 Lone Pine

 DOW trail from Red Feather Lakes Road has good footing and nice rolling hills.

 Horse shoes/boots are not required but tough feet are advised.



 Lory State Park  Rocky in parts - may require horse shoes/boots
 Molly Lake  18 miles from "The Forks", Parking for 6 rigs, Bathrooms, a few rocky spots and
 may require horse shoes/boots
 
 Mount Margaret  http://resourceanalysis.com/trails/trail81/tr81.html
 18 miles from the Forks, parking for 6 rigs, bathrooms
 North side (right) of CR 74E (Across from Molly Lake)
 Gentle, easy trail, a few rocky spots - may require horse shoes/boots
 

 Pawnee Buttes  Trailhead located 23.2 miles northeast of Highway 14 on CR 685

 County roads are packed dirt and gravel suitable for most cars under most driving
 conditions. There are signs for Pawnee Buttes on along county roads in the vicinity.

 From Highway 14, turn north on CR 390.(about 30 miles from Ault). Travel 13.7
 miles on CR 390 to CR 112. Turn right (east) on CR 112. Travel 6.4 miles on CR
 112 to CR 107. Turn right on CR 107. Travel 1.9 miles on CR 107 to CR 685. Turn
 left on CR 685 for 1.2 miles to the Pawnee Buttes Trailhead.

 Horse shoes/boots are not required

 Red Mountain  http://www.larimer.org/naturalresources/red_mountain.htm
 
 Horse shoes/boots are not required
 Salt Lick  
 Soap Stone  http://www.fcgov.com/naturalareas/finder/soapstone
 
 Horse shoes/boots are not required
   
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