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Mountain Escapes | Simply Colorado
Sunday, January 19, 2020

Mountain Park Attractions – Lookout Mountain Park

Lookout Mountain Park has it all – a panoramic view stretching from the Continental Divide to downtown Denver, acres of wooded foothills, the grave...

Mountain Park Attractions – O’Fallon Mountain Park

Martin J. O’Fallon’s 1938 donation of 860 acres was one of the last major additions to the Denver Mountain Park system. This donation connected...

Mountain Park Attractions – Pence Mountain Park

Pence Park consists of a large, northeast facing ridgeline (Independence Mountain) that provides a backdrop to Myers Gulch and Parmalee Gulch Road.  This park...

Mountain Park Attractions – Red Rocks Mountain Park

At 868 acres (350 ha) in size, Red Rocks Park is the closest mountain park to the City of Denver.  Located along the eastern...

Mountain Park Attractions – Summit Lake Mountain Park

At 12,840 feet (3,914 m), Summit Lake Park anchors the high-altitude end of the Mountain Parks system. The route to the top of Mt....

Mountain Park Attractions – Daniels Mountain Park

Daniels Park is 1000 acres in size and the only Denver Mountain Park in Douglas County.  The park is characterized by its unique sandstone...

Mountain Park Attractions – Corwina Mountain Park

Corwina Park is 298 acres in size and provides a unique cross-section of the various plant communities in Bear Creek Canyon.  The land for...

Mountain Park Attractions – Bergen Mountain Park

At 25 acres, Bergen Park is one of the smaller mountain parks, but its open grasslands and mature ponderosa pine forest offer an exquisite...