In addition to the Ring the Peak trail system, Friends of the Peak has been involved in the building, renovation and maintenance of many other trails on Pikes Peak. Some of this work is in conjunction with other Friends groups. This work continues every year in cooperation with the U.S. Forest Service, Colorado Springs Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services, Pikes Peak Highway, El Paso County Parks, Colorado Springs Utilities and other volunteer and Friends groups. Each year there are numerous opportunities to volunteer for these projects.
For a description of our involvement in the work on these trails, click a trail name on the right side of the screen.
If you know of a problem with a trail on Pikes Peak, please let us know and we will evaluate it and see what can be done. Please be aware that this can take time, as we are all volunteers and need approval of the land manager for projects. FOTP's area is bounded on the north by U.S. 24, west by CO 67, south by Gold Camp Road, and east by 31st. Other Friends groups have adopted some specific areas and trails within these boundaries, and we will pass your information along when appropriate. To report a problem, you can click on "Trail Feedback" at the end of the list of trails, and fill out the form there. Thanks for your concern for the area and your fellow trail users.