Pike National Forest Guide

Pike National Forest stretches across the Rocky Mountains in central Colorado, a stone's throw from Denver and Colorado Springs. It's managed as a single unit with the San Isabel National Forest, opening up millions of acres of pristine wilderness to adventurers and leisure campers. Spend your days summiting a "fourteener" — the national forest has 23 peaks over 14,000 feet tall — or relax in your campsite and enjoy the breathtaking scenery. With some of the most exciting hiking, biking, fishing, rock climbing, and winter sports in the United States at your fingertips, you can find a different activity for every hour of the day.

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Pike National Forest Hiking Trails

Things to Do

Activities in Pike National Forest

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How to get to Pike National Forest

Address: 2840 Kachina Drive, Pueblo, CO 81008

Fee: Entry fee $0

Packed with mountains, forests, lakes, and canyons, Pike National Forest has adventures to spare. Visiting the forest means days filled with hiking, biking, scenic driving, fishing, and more. To ensure that you always have a comfortable place to sleep, upgrade your camping trip by renting an RV.