Monday-Friday7:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Horseback Riding Hiking Mountain Biking Wildlife
2015 Alternating Use Schedule is in effect. On weekends, hike on odd-numbered days; bike on even-numbered days. Equestrians may ride any day.
Centennial Cone Park offers a near-backcountry experience, with a 12-mile trail loop that challenges stamina, offers sweeping views of Clear Creek and provides the opportunity to see elk and other wildlife over wide expanses.Centennial Cone Park is unique for a policy enforced by rangers that separates hikers and bikers on weekends.
North Access: 4306 Camino Perdido, Golden . Horse trailer parking permitted.
West Access: 2234 Douglas Mountain Road, Golden . No horse trailer parking.
Mayhem Gulch Trailhead, Clear Creek Canyon Road: From Golden, the trailhead is between mile marker 262.5 and 262, 9.5 miles from the intersection of US 6 and State Highway 93, on the north side of the road.
Centennial Cone Park has reopened after a winter hunting closure. Elk Range Trail and the park interior remain closed until as late as mid-June for winter range and calving. Learn more.
Centennial Cone Park Map
2015 Alternating Use Calendar
Trailheads:North Access:4306 Camino PerdidoGolden Horse trailer parking permitted
West Access:2234 Douglas Mountain Rd.Golden No horse trailers allowed
Trail Miles: 16
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