The Nature of Outdoors

The Nature of Outdoors

More than 30 miles of trails in all shapes and sizes radiate the environment here. Trek freely between Chatfield and Roxborough State Parks or enjoy a scenic pathway to the neighbor, garden or activity just around the bend.

For every walk of life, a natural journey is right outside the door.

Trails for All Types of Recreation

Terrain trails guide you through nature and allow you to take in spectacular views of the Front Range to the west and the Denver skyline to the north. As you make your way, you’ll notice the land’s varied topography composed of rolling hills, ravines and gullies. You may share the path with friendly rabbits and squirrels, discover the habitat of a Western burrowing owl, or see deer migrating through one of the community’s wildlife corridors.

Groomed pathways connect you to everything important. You can traverse the community from one side to the other on a system of intelligently orchestrated internal paths. With slower traffic speeds enforced throughout the community, your safety is top priority.

If you want to explore even further, Sterling Ranch plans call for connections to state and regional trail systems like the 486 mile Colorado Trail which begins at nearby Waterton Canyon. Chatfield State Park and the High Line Canal trail are neighbors to the north. Roxborough State Park is right next door and connects to the Sharptail Ridge trail system and Pike National Forest.

No matter which path you choose to take, you’ll experience a variety of landscapes so you never tire of the scenery around you.

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