Trails and Open Space

Cordillera property owners have miles of trails to enjoy, both winter and summer. Cordillera boasts approximately 30 miles of summer hiking and winter snowshoeing trails spanning across the Divide, the Ranch, the Summit and Territories neighborhoods. Many of these trails adjoin and weave through the White River National Forest and Bureau of Land Management extending through thousands of acres of open space, native pine and aspen forests, sprawling meadows and crossing crystal-clear mountain streams. Community Operations maintains the trail system by clearing debris, fixing bridges and ensuring proper signage.

  • All trails are open for hiking and snowshoeing; some permit equestrian riding and mountain biking.
  • Mountain biking is permitted on Fox Trotter Loop and Quarter Horse Loop Trails.
  • Horseback riding is permitted on Fox Trotter Loop, Quarter Horse Loop, Get-A-Long and Zinn/Yordi Trails. There are also trails accessible from the Cordillera Equestrian Center.
  • No unauthorized motorized vehicles are permitted on any trail.
  • Trails are subject to closure for maintenance and wildlife protection.
Cordillera Trail Map

What is the Cordillera Metro District?

Cordillera is a mountaintop paradise with miles of trails to discover, friendships to be made and adventures to be had. Comprising more than 7,000 acres of natural beauty, three distinctive neighborhoods, endless amenities and three world-class golf courses, Cordillera is like no other Rocky Mountain community.

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