Highline Lake State Park

Trails in Highline Lake (CO)

Fruita Trail

18 Hours of Fruita Trail An approximately 6 mile loop around the park, used annually in May for the renowned 18 Hours of Fruita Endurance Race. Bicyclists compete to complete the most laps in 18 hours of continuous riding. Trail is easy to difficult; wildlife is abundant ...

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Biking At Highline Lake State Park

Biking - 7/3/2009 PLEASE NOTE THAT the section of the Highline Lake Trail between the inlet bridge and the east side vault toilets near the Watchable Wildlife kiosk WILL BE CLOSED ON JULY 6, 2009 UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE, to allow construction in the east boat ramp area. Choose either the ...

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Blue Heron Ponds Loop

Blue Heron Ponds Loop One-mile; unpaved; easy; foot & bike; runs below dam in area rich in wildlife. Directions Drive west on I-70 west from Grand Junction to Loma Exit, then north onto Colorado Highway 139 for six miles to Q Road. Go west on Q road for 1.2 miles, then turn ...

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East Bluffs Loop

East Bluffs Loop 1.7 miles; unpaved; difficult; foot & bike; narrow single-track, steep sections. Directions Drive west on I-70 west from Grand Junction to Loma Exit, then north onto Colorado Highway 139 for six miles to Q Road. Go west on Q road for 1.2 miles, then turn north onto 11.8 Road ...

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Greasewood Flats Loop

Greasewood Flats Loop A .7 mile; unpaved; easy; foot & bike trail Directions Drive west on I-70 west from Grand Junction to Loma Exit, then north onto Colorado Highway 139 for six miles to Q Road. Go west on Q road for 1.2 miles, then turn north onto 11.8 Road for one ...

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Highline Lake Trail

Highline Lake Trail 3.5 miles; unpaved, gravel surface; easy; foot, horse & bike; begins at East Boat Ramp and follows Park boundary around the lake. This trail features excellent shore bird and mule deer viewing opportunities. Directions Drive west on I-70 west from Grand Junction to Loma Exit, then north onto ...

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Hiking At Highline Lake State Park

Hiking - 7/3/2009 PLEASE NOTE THAT the section of the Highline Lake Trail between the inlet bridge and the east side vault toilets near the Watchable Wildlife kiosk WILL BE CLOSED ON JULY 6, 2009 UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE, to allow construction in the east boat ramp area! The rest of ...

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Mack Mesa Loop

Mack Mesa Loop One-mile; unpaved; easy; foot & bike; awesome views from atop Mack Hill. Directions Drive west on I-70 west from Grand Junction to Loma Exit, then north onto Colorado Highway 139 for six miles to Q Road. Go west on Q road for 1.2 miles, then turn north onto 11.8 ...

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Outside park boundaries: Kokopelli Trail System

Kokopelli Trail System The trail head for the world-famous Kokopelli Trail System from Loma, Colorado to Moab, Utah is just six-miles south of Highline Lake State Park, on county roads through rural farmlands. Directions Six-miles south of Highline Lake State Park, on county roads through rural ...

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Outside park boundaries:North Fruita Desert Trails

North Fruita Desert Trails Access to the Bureau of Land Management, world-class, North Fruita Desert Trail System is mere minutes from Highline Lake State Park. Directions North Fruita Desert Trail System is mere minutes from Highline Lake State ...

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