Only 30 miles west of Denver, 12,000 acres of Golden Gate Canyon State Park await you with hiking, biking, picnicking and camping among dense forest, rocky peaks and aspen-filled meadows. The mountain splendor of Golden Gate Canyon's wildflower meadows, glorious autumn colors and spectacular view from the famous Panorama Point of over 100 miles of the Continental Divide make the park ideal for sightseers and photographers. There are 34.6 miles of trail in the park, 25.5 of which are open to mountain bikes. These range from moderate to difficult. Because the trails intersect, it is possible to ride for hours on end without going over the same trail twice.
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