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Flying J Ranch Park
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Access & Parking:
Trailhead: Highway 73 & Shadow Mtn Rd, Conifer, CO
Open one hour before sunrise until one hour after sunset.
Restrooms, Picnic Shelter, Interpretive Signage, Parking
Approx. 8000 ft. - 8400 ft.
Weather forecast for Conifer, Colorado:
No team sport activities.
Total: 4.7 miles of trails
Trail Rules: All trails are Multi-Use Trails.
Trail Comments: Trails are .3 to 1.5 miles.
Junction House Trail
Shadow Pine Loop Trail (3 mile loop)
See also: JCOS Trail Difficulty Ratings
Trail Etiquette: Be aware & expect other trail users. Use a friendly greeting to gain attention when passing. Pass on the left. Yield to traffic traveling uphill when possible. Step off the trail when you are on your cell phone. Read the JCOS guide: Trail Etiquette
Trail Connections to other Parks:
Shadow Pine Loop Trail connects to Denver Mountain Parks.
Meadows, Forests & Wetlands
Flying J Ranch Park (Jefferson County Photo Album)
Flying J Ranch Park, Conifer Colorado (YouTube)
Flying J Ranch Park
To ensure that you have the most current & accurate information regarding park closures, changes to rules & regulations, or any other changes to the parks or park systems call or visit Jefferson County Parks & Open Space online:
Flying J Ranch Park (at jeffco.us)
Jefferson County Open Space: 303.271.5925
Trails Hotline: 303.271.5975
Comments or suggestions for Jefferson County Open Space Staff? Submit them online through the Jeffco Open Space: Contact Form
Jefferson County website: jeffco.us
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