Don't Like Snow? These Trails Might Be Dry in Winter

One great thing about living in Colorado is that there are many trails that get loads of sunshine in the winter so the snow melts off quickly and you can hit the trail without snowshoes. The trick is to stay at a relatively low elevation with minimal shade, where the snow is typically not as deep or long-lasting.

I’ve put together a list of hikes you might be able to do in the dead of winter along Colorado’s Front Range. Always check online for possible trail closures before heading out.

Read my complete Denver Post article.

Greenland Trail--winter hikes