Regional Summer Recreation Opportunities: Hiking

 
 
Hiking icon - Brown square with white hikerWhether you are looking to take a leisurely walk along a secluded trail, hike to the top of a Fourteener or Thirteener, or backpack into a wilderness on a 25-mile loop, one of the 17 national forests and seven national grasslands within the Rocky Mountain Region will have a hiking experience that is just right for you.
 
 
REGIONAL HIKING INFORMATION MAP
 
Day hikers along the shore of Brooks Lake with Breccia Cliffs in background in the Shoshone National Forest, located in northwestern WyomingThe Rocky Mountain Region map below can be used as the starting place to find information regarding hiking opportunities on US Forest Service lands located throughout our five-state region. When the cursor is moved over a state on the map, a filled-in map outline and tool tip will appear (the map outlines may be slow to load, please be patient). Once you are on top of the state you want to hike in, click the cursor on the green map outline and a link will open to that state's Hiking Information Web page. Once you are redirected to the state's Web page, repeat the same process with the state map as with this map. You will then be able to select the individual national forest or grassland that you would like hiking information about.
 
Map Outlines May Be Slow to Load, Please Be Patient
 
Rocky Mountain Region Hiking Information MapMap of Wyoming - Click on the map outline to view a link to the Wyoming Hiking Information webpage Map of South Dakota - Click on the map outline to view a link to the South Dakota Hiking Information webpage Map of Nebraska - Click on the map outline to view a link to the Nebraska Hiking Information webpage Map of Kansas - Click on the map outline to view a link to the Kansas Hiking Information webpage Map of Colorado - Click on the map outline to view a link to the Colorado Hiking Information webpage