Located just west of Fort Collins, 2,500-acre Lory State Park has one of the finest wildflower hikes found in the foothill zone. Flowery meadows, colorful rock gardens and outstanding views reward the hiker. Rising more than 1,000 vertical feet in just 1.7 miles, the hike is a challenge worth every step. In mid-June you’ll discover about seven dozen kinds of wildflowers blooming along the diverse route—some a grand splash of a single species, including a large expanse of silvery lupine. Wildflower alert: Lupine meadows and hillsides of color.
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Directions to: Arthur's Rockprint directions
Trail Statistics & Information
|Season||Bloom is May to September|
|Top Elevation||6,780 ft|
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