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At Dardano’s Shoes, we understand the importance of getting outdoors. Whether that’s walking, running, hiking, mountain biking, skiing/snowboarding, rafting, or any of the other countless activities the beautiful state of Colorado has to offer, you can bet that during our time away from work, we’ll be doing something in the great outdoors. 

If you’re a Colorado native, or if you’re visiting our site from any other location, we encourage you to get outside and soak in some sunshine and fresh air. 

Being in nature has been shown to increase overall health both mentally and physically, so get outside, relax and enjoy it!

In honor of Mental Health Awareness Month, we’ve decided to share a few of our favorite walks/hikes around the Denver Metro area. We’ve included a couple easy (but beautiful) hikes, along with a more challenging hike at Mount Falcon.

Feel free to leave some of your favorite hikes in the comments below!


Ralston Creek Trail

Ralston Creek Trail

Start at: 5500 W 56th Ave, Arvada, CO 80002, USA

Difficulty: Easy

Trail Surfaces: Concrete

Trail Length: 13.6 Miles

Paved hike following Ralston Creek most of the way with beautiful scenery. Great for walking or riding a bike. Trail runs from West Arvada to Golden, CO.


Bear Creek Trail

Bear Creek Trail

Start at: 3645 S Platte River Dr, Sheridan, CO 80110, USA

Difficulty: Easy

Trail Surfaces: Concrete

Trail Length: 9 Miles

Easy, paved hike South of Denver. Scenic views, along with views of Denver’s urban landscape make this an unforgettable, enjoyable stroll.


Mount Falcon Castle Trail Loop

View of Red Rocks from Mount Falcon

Start at: Mt Falcon East Parking Lot, Morrison, CO 80465 

Difficulty: Moderate

Trail Surfaces: Dirt with some rocky areas

Trail Length: 6.7 Miles

A moderate, mostly uphill hike. Beautiful views of Red Rocks and Downtown Denver, plus ruins of a castle waiting for you at the top! Bring sunscreen and plenty of water; there isn’t a lot of coverage on a sunny day!


Thanks for reading, and be sure to comment your favorite hikes below!

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