Hike the Figueroa and Cottle Loop Trail

Hike the Figueroa and Cottle Loop Trail

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Distance

8.5 Miles

Elevation Gain

1968 Feet

Activities

Mountain Biking, Running, Hiking, Fitness

Skill

Advanced

Season

Year Round

Type

Loop

Dog Friendly
Easy Parking
Lake
Scenic
Wildflowers
Wildlife

The Figueroa and Cottle Loop trail is an 8.5 mile loop that explores local Calero Reservoir County Park. The hike features beautiful views of the reservoir and the nearby hills.

Wildflowers bloom along the trail in the spring. The trail is accessible year-round and is open for dogs. The peak has amazing views of the valley and cities. 

The park is also used for canoeing. 

Photos: Larry Goodwin and Don DeBold

Community Photos

Always practice Leave No Trace ethics on your adventures and follow local regulations.

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Distance

8.5 Miles

Elevation Gain

1968 Feet

Activities

Mountain Biking, Running, Hiking, Fitness

Skill

Advanced

Season

Year Round

Type

Loop

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