Blackmer Loop—Cheyenne Mountain State Park
Twist and turn up and down along the pleasant Blackmer Loop on the toe of Cheyenne Mountain. After passing a group of car-size boulders, you’ll come upon one with a ponderosa pine growing out of it. The trail generally travels in ponderosa pine and Douglas fir forest, but occasional openings present expansive views of Fort Carson and the eastern plains and of rugged Cheyenne Mountain to the west.
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Trail Statistics & Information
|Nearby City||Colorado Springs|
|Elevation Gain||525 ft|
|Duration||2 to 2.5 hours|
|Season||April through November|
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