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Castle Rock : parcs et nature

Les meilleures recommandations des habitants en matière de sites naturels

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“A very beautiful canyon hike next to a creek. Great on a hot day because you can take a dip in the little pools along the creek. Visitor center has some fun things to see too. You won’t want to miss the history movie describing the flood . ”
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Recreation Center
“great park, ninja warrior park w ziplines, incline for exercise, great walking path, indoor pool ”
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Pool
“Great place to work-out; track, weights, exercise classes, racquetball, basketball, etc.”
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Parc
“Beautiful mountain activity center. Swimming, hiking trails, zip lining, mini incline, mountain biking, outdoor amphitheater and much more!”
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Parc
“Our town has done a wonderful job of creating a beautiful space to rest, play, read or sip your coffee. They have hammocks, chairs and a beautiful patch of grass.”
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Parc
“Address: 4678 E. Highway 86, Castle Rock, CO 80104 General Information Length: 1.8 miles Open Space acreage: 275 acres Difficulty: Moderate Surface: Native surface, single track Parking: Parking lot on east side of Overview On a bluff with steep, rock-capped cliffs overlooking Franktown, and the Cherry Creek Valley. The property features expansive views of the Rocky Mountains extending from Pikes Peak on the south to Longs Peak on the northwest. Beware of steep cliffs and rattlesnakes. ”
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Trail
“Location: Travel one mile north of Franktown on Parker Road (Hwy. 83). It is on the west/left side with a large Hidden Mesa Open Space sign. Highlights: Ride or hike this 1224-acre open space buffer between Castle Rock and Franktown. Embark on this soft-surface trail from the trailhead at the old homestead at Parker Road. Follow the farm lane as it crosses over Cherry Creek and then winds up to the top of the mesa where it loops around viewpoints, rock outcroppings, grass and shrublands, as well as pines and junipers. Trail Rating: Moderately easy in the lower Cherry Creek valley to moderately difficult as you ascend the mesa and traverse over some rocks on the south side of the mesa to”
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