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    The Flatirons

    Outdoor Activities
    for Groups

    Opt for off-site activities with some seriously fresh perspectives. Just steps from the city, your group can enjoy Boulder’s open space, its vast Western beauty summoning with the promise of adventure.

     

    Group Hiking

    Group Hike or Nature Walk

    See wildlife, flowers, smell pine-scented air, etc. Guided hikes can be organized through OSMP.

     

    Women on Rocks in Boulder

    Winter Hiking/Snowshoeing

    Winter is mild. You likely will only need hiking boots and maybe Yak Tracks (snow cleats) for traction.

     

    Biking Through Wildflowers Boulder

    Biking

    Go mountain biking on miles of trails right in Boulder, bike to a farm dinner, bike along the Boulder Creek Path, which goes right through the heart of town, etc.

     

    Rock Climbing

    Rock Climbing

    Great for team building. Doesn’t have to be extreme. Also nearby at Eldorado Canyon (Eldo to locals), is some of the world’s most famous climbing.

     

    Picnic at Chautauqua Park

    Picnicking

    Take advantage of the beautiful setting. Book a city park shelter or spread a patchwork of quilts out at Chautauqua Park and enjoy Flatirons views.

     

    Fishing

    Fishing

    Can fish right on Boulder Creek or go further afield.

     

    Horseback Riding

    Horseback Riding

    No stables right in Boulder but several nearby.

     

    Skiing

    Alpine and Nordic Skiing

    Treat your group to a day up at Eldora. 35-40 minute drive with no traffic.

     

    Eldorado Canyon State Park

    State and National Parks

    Several state parks and one amazing national park (Rocky Mountain National Park) are within an hour of Boulder, making for a great morning or afternoon escape into the wilderness.

     

    Downtwon Boulder with Flatirons

    What is Boulder’s open space?

    In 1967, Boulder became the first U.S. city to tax itself for the purpose land preservation, ensuring the town’s magnificent setting at the foothills of the Rocky Mountains would endure for future generations. Today, the City of Boulder’s Open Space and Mountain Parks program manages 45,000 acres of protected land teeming with wildlife, native plants and natural beauty.

     

     

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