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Originally established in 1898 to bring culture to rural areas, this beautiful park hosts cultural events, features rock climbing sites, lovely gardens and picnic areas and is the starting point for many hiking trails.Year-round lodging, dining and...more
All reviews dining hall royal arch general store music festival the cottages hiking trails ranger station great hiking well marked trails close to town nice hike baseline road great place to hike open space bring water gorgeous views short hike
We live in Boulder and may not got to Chautauqua that often as it is difficult to find a parking spot if you are late, but the area is unique and a must do if you just come to visit.
I’m a runner so I...More
This park is a dream. It is at the base of the Flat Irons. You can stroll or sit in the park, bring a lunch or have lunch at the restaurant. There a public restrooms. There is a trail that goes up and it beatiful...More
We visited Boulder in late September 2018 on the first leg of a memorable road trip to the U.S. Southwest. We set aside time one morning to hike in wonderful Chautauqua Park just outside downtown Boulder. We were able to find a parking space in...More
This is the second time that I hiked the trails in Chautauqua Park. We have learned to park on the local street and to use a restroom prior to hitting the trails as both are limited at this site. The trails are maintained well. With...More
We took this hike after arriving the night before out of Denver. On paper, the hike did not look too bad for being in reasonable shape. We found ourselves breathing hard on the journey due to altitude adjustment from the midwest. The trail demanded us...More
It’s always a pleasure to walk the grounds of Boulder’s lovely Chautauqua Park. It has such a friendly and relaxing vibe. Our recent visit was mainly for a breakfast at the Chautauqua Dining Hall, but the walk to and from was delightful.
There is one main trial up to the flatirons. However, check it out on google maps. This place is an opening to many other trails that go to other mountains. A great starting point, but be prepared to park a bit far away if you...More
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You want to be dropped off at the front of the main hall, a large white building at the top of the hill overlooking the expanse of the park. That is where the restaurant is located as well as the rest rooms. From there it is... More
You want to be dropped off at the front of the main hall, a large white building at the top of the hill overlooking the expanse of the park. That is where the restaurant is located as well as the rest rooms. From there it is a short walk to the auditorium behind it. Check out their website for more info. If possible, attend an event you like. Have fun.
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