Trail Map

Rendezvous is trailside living at its best. Miles and miles of trails flow throughout the Rendezvous community and tie in to Arapaho National Forest trails, and the Grand County trail system. The trails are vast and diverse, truly offering something for everyone. You can take a nature hike, or go for a wild downhill mountain bike ride. Many trails are easy enough for families with kids of all ages to experience together. Trails will take you to remote mountain meadows where you’ll be able to view our resident moose and elk. If adventure is in your blood, take the trails to the top of the Arrow property and ski down our own private back bowl! And we’re now grooming our trails in the winter months so you can cross country ski or skate.

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Trail Map

Bench Trail • 0.6 Miles
Boomer’s Mistake Trail • 0.3 Miles
Broken Thumb Trail • 1.2 Miles
Burnout Loop • 1.6 Miles
Chickadee Trail • 0.5 Miles
Columbine Woods • 0.6 Miles
Community Trail • 3.0 Miles
Crosstrails Trail • 3.4 Miles
Ditch Trail • 1.8 Miles
Fraser River Trail • 0.9 Miles
Hawk Trail • 1.5 Miles
Homestead Trail • 0.3 Miles
Idlewild Trail • 0.3 Miles
Meadow Trail • 0.5 Miles
Pump House Pass • 0.5 Miles
Serendipity Trail • 1.0 Miles
South Fork Loop • 2.6 Miles
Turkey Trot Trail • 0.4 Miles
Twisted Ankle Trail • 0.6 Miles
Whoops Trail • 0.3 Miles
Winterwoods Trail • 0.8 Miles
What to take on your hike
• Water
• Sunglasses
• Sunscreen
• Cell phone
• Clothing: something warm,
extra socks and rain gear
• Compass
• First aid kit
• Food (bring extra)
• Flashlight
• Hat
• Insect repellent
• Map
• Pepper spray for bears
• Pocket knife
• Space blanket or a piece of
plastic (to use for warmth
or shelter)
• Whistle (to scare off animals
or to use as a signaling device)
Be careful on the trail
Ensure a safe and enjoyable Rendezvous hike or bike by observing a few simple precautions.

Preparation
Hike or bike with a group or companion. Dress in layers. Wear a hat, sunglasses and sunscreen. Wear comfortable hiking boots rather than running shoes or sandals.
Drink plenty of water. Let others know where you’ll be hiking and what time you estimate getting back; and check in with them when you’re done.

Weather
Afternoon thunderstorms are a frequent summer occurrence along the mountains. In order to avoid lightening strikes, don’t be the tallest object around or stand under tall objects. Move to higher ground in the event of a flash flood. Rain gear can help prevent hypothermia, a drop in body temperature that can happen even in summertime.

Animals
As people move into wildlife habitat, animal encounters occur more frequently. Click here to learn more about how to deal with wildlife on the trail.

Other hazards
Ticks and mosquitoes
Wear long-sleeved shirts and pants, and apply bug repellent with DEET (or a natural alternative) to clothing.

Poison ivy
Poison Ivy“Leaves of three, let it be.” Wash the area thoroughly if you brush against poison ivy, poison oak or poison sumac.

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