Things To Do
This large expanse of forest just west of Pikes Peak is a gem to visit year-round, from snowshoeing and cross-country skiing in winter to some of the most stunning fall-color hikes in the Pikes Peak region. You’ll find 55 miles of trails among its 5000 acres of woodlands and rolling hills and 110 campsites with electrical hookups, along with 22 primitive sites.
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“My mother and sister visited me in Colorado Springs from Atlanta one autumn, and all they could talk about was seeing the aspens. I couldn’t think of a better place than Mueller, and it did not disappoint, with plenty of trails of varying length meandering through large golden aspen groves. They still talk about it years later.”
Recommended season(s): Winter for snowshoeing or cross-country skiing, late spring – late fall for hiking and camping
—R. Scott Rappold